occurring between, involving, or common to different religious denominations.

Origin of interdenominational

First recorded in 1890–95; inter- + denominational
Also called interchurch.
Related formsin·ter·de·nom·i·na·tion·al·ism, noun Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

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Contemporary Examples of interdenominational

  • I was once involved in organizing a Limmud Conference—an interdenominational Jewish learning and cultural event.

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    A Confession on the Ninth of Av

    Samuel Lebens

    July 15, 2013

Historical Examples of interdenominational

  • A word of caution to ministers in charge of local fields is desirable in regard to settlement of interdenominational difficulties.

  • Principles of interdenominational ethics should be observed in making grants of missionary funds to local pastors.

  • But our main interest was in the mission schools and in the interdenominational theological seminary.

    A Tour of the Missions

    Augustus Hopkins Strong

  • This is now the chief cause of weakness in the interdenominational movement for church and country life in the State.

  • Hence it is often most difficult to gain support from denominational authorities and churches for interdenominational projects.