Origin of congregational
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Hartman moved to Israel in 1971 after a 15-year stint as a congregational rabbi in Montreal.The Tragedy And Success Of Rabbi David Hartman
February 11, 2013
The vox Bensonorum was as familiar as the Congregational bell.'Charge It'
The deceased was licensed as a Congregational minister, Nov. 1, 1836.
In Markham Square is a large Congregational chapel, opened in 1860.Chelsea
G. E. (Geraldine Edith) Mitton
He was also made clerk of the Congregational church, I have some of his church records.Log-book of Timothy Boardman
Samuel W Boardman
It was built as a Congregational Church, and was destroyed by fire about 1870.Some Reminiscences of old Victoria
- of or relating to a congregation
- (usually capital) of, relating to, or denoting the Congregational Church, its members, or its beliefs
Word Origin and History for congregational
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