Church of England
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Example sentences from the Web for Church of England
The present incumbent is a model of a Church-of-England clergyman.Wild Wales|George Borrow
The last fancy fair, or rather bazaar, held there by the Church-of-England Association, was a very crowded affair.
Of the "Gospel scheme" this is quite true; of the Church-of-England scheme it is not.Studies of Christianity|James Martineau
British Dictionary definitions for Church of England
Cultural definitions for Church of England
The established church (see also established church) in England. The Church of England is Protestant and is governed by bishops, with the king or queen as its official head. One of the primary results of the Reformation, it was founded in the early sixteenth century when King Henry VIII declared that he, not the pope, was the head of the Christian Church in England. The Church of England is the original church of the Anglican Communion.