Related formscon·gre·ga·tion·al·ist, noun, adjective
Examples from the Web for congregationalists
Schleiermacher had as many disciples among the Congregationalists as among their antagonists of the opposite school.Transcendentalism in New England|Octavius Brooks Frothingham
When we commenced our work seven years ago the field was open to the Congregationalists.
The Presbyterian and Congregationalists have wrought together, side by side, for seventy years, in this glorious enterprise.Among the Sioux|R. J. Creswell
This gives the Congregationalists undisputed jurisdiction throughout all the territory of the Larger Parish.The Making of a Country Parish|Harlow S. (Harlow Spencer) Mills
The Congregationalists commenced the first church and perfected the first organization in Marine village, in 1857.Fifty Years In The Northwest|William Henry Carman Folsom
British Dictionary definitions for congregationalists
Derived FormsCongregationalist, adjective, noun
Culture definitions for congregationalists
A Protestant denomination that has roots in the Nonconformists of England. The Congregationalists are much like the Methodists in their teachings. They consider the individual congregation the basic unit of their church, and they practice baptism of infants. Most Congregationalists in the United States belong to the United Church of Christ.