- pertaining to the view or practice in the Anglican Church that emphasizes evangelicalism and lays little stress on the sacraments, church rituals, and church authority.
Origin of Low Church
First recorded in 1695–1705
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Examples from the Web for low church
I should have supposed that you would think that vulgar, and Low-Church, and Evangelical.
When you keep a Low-Church Curate, you never can tell what he may say.
He was a theologian of the Low-Church school and was greatly esteemed by all of his colleagues.As I Remember
Betsy held most Low-Church views, by nature being a Dissenter.Erema
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The leaders of the Low-Church and Whig party were quite aware of this.Inspiration and Interpretation
- of or relating to this school