- congregate housing,
- congregational church,
- congress boot
Origin of congregational
Examples from the Web for congregational
Hartman moved to Israel in 1971 after a 15-year stint as a congregational rabbi in Montreal.
Edward Coy was an active member of the Congregational church and one of the signers of the original church covenant.Glimpses of the Past|W. O. Raymond
The Congregational church at Hayward is one of the finest church buildings in the Northwest.Fifty Years In The Northwest|William Henry Carman Folsom
At the mid-day service there were only a sermon and two congregational hymns without the choir.Bach|Charles Francis Abdy Williams
1630s, in reference to Congregationalism, a Protestant movement in which church congregations were to be self-governing (the term most used in New England, in Britain they were called Independent); from congregation + -al (1). Related: Congregationalist.