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How to use congregational in a sentence
Hartman moved to Israel in 1971 after a 15-year stint as a congregational rabbi in Montreal.
How d'ye stand on the proposition to have the town build a sidewalk up the hill apast the Congregational church, Deacon?Scattergood Baines|Clarence Budington Kelland
It is good, medium, well modulated melody, heartily got up; and thoroughly congregational.
We have seen no Congregational place of worship in this part equal to it in ease and elegance of design.
A style of architecture closely resembling that of Lancaster-road Congregational Chapel has been followed in its construction.
One of the Congregational churches of Ipswich, at any rate, has very interesting historical associations.East Anglia|J. Ewing Ritchie