any evangelical Protestant Christian Church that is governed according to the principles of Congregationalism. In 1972 the majority of churches in the Congregational Church in England and Wales voted to become part of the United Reformed Church
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How to use Congregational Church in a sentence
He has been for many years pastor of a Congregational Church in London—a man of valuable talents in the ministry.The Loyalists of America and Their Times, Vol. 1 of 2 | Egerton Ryerson
On the opposite corner is the Calvinistic Congregational Church, built in 1844.
Following the example of the parent Congregational Church in Hornton-street, the Horbury is aggressive in its labours.The Church Index | William Pepperell
The Congregational Church at which it was held was crowded, auditors standing in the doors.
The membership now numbers 403, making this the largest Congregational Church in the South.