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con·gre·ga·tion·al
[kong-gri-gey-shuh-nl]
ADJECTIVE
1.
of or relating to a congregation: congregational singing.
2.
pertaining or adhering to a form of Protestant church government in which each local church acts as an independent, self-governing body, while maintaining fellowship with like congregations.
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Congregational churches (also Congregationalist churches; Congregationalism) are Protestant churches in the Reformed tradition practicing congregationalist ...

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Congregational definition, of or relating to a congregation: congregational singing. See more.

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Congregational Churches are sometimes known as the “Church of the Pilgrims” after the small congregations of the early 1600's. The people of these ...

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“Episcopal” church government is rule by bishops, “presbyterian” church government is rule by elders, and “congregational” church government is rule by the ...

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Define congregational: of or relating to a congregation.

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The Congregational Way is a way of following Christ. People of a Congregational Church do not seek to be led by a creed or strictly defined belief systems, ...

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The Congregational churches trace their origins to sixteenth-century England, where they were one part of a large and diverse effort to reform the Church of ...

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congregation (plural congregations) ... etc. and/or choir, who may be seated apart from the general congregation or lead the service (notably in responsory form).

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