Related formscon·gre·ga·tion·al·ist, noun, adjective
Examples from the Web for congregationalism
This is what Congregationalism is carrying into that land long ruled by aristocracies.
It gives me much pleasure to tell you what we are doing for the Master and for Congregationalism in this part of the great field.
Congregationalism goes to these people as the representative of pure, intelligent and progressive Christianity.
Congregationalism here, as elsewhere, is the synonym for intelligence and purity.
Congregationalism in New-England from the Presbyterianism of the middle and southern states?