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United Presbyterian

[ yoo-nahy-tid prez-bi-teer-ee-uhn, pres‐ ]

noun

  1. a member of the United Presbyterian Church of North America, founded in Pittsburgh in 1858 by a union of two Presbyterian groups.
  2. a member of the United Presbyterian Church in the USA, founded in Pittsburgh in 1958 by combining the United Presbyterian Church of North America with another Presbyterian body.


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The United Presbyterian people have done and are doing a most remarkable work in Egypt.

The meetings are held every week in one of the small rooms in the United Presbyterian Church and are well attended.

On this season of 1891 the United Presbyterian House was opened.

His valuable library was bought and presented to the United Presbyterian College.

Down in the lower end of the city stood the United Presbyterian parsonage.

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