Top Definition. Episcopalian. An Episcopalian is someone who is a member of a
church in the Anglican Communion or in Anglican Tradition. In the biggest case, ...
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Episcopalian definition, pertaining or adhering to the Episcopal Church in
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Define episcopal: of or relating to a bishop or to bishops as a group.
E·pis·co·pa·lian adj. 1. Of, relating to, or belonging to the Episcopal Church. 2.
episcopalian Of or advocating church government by bishops. E·pis′co·pa′lian
1. the Protestant Episcopal Church of the Anglican communion. 2. adherence to
the policy and practice of the Episcopal Church. — Episcopalian, n., adj.
After the American Revolution, the Anglican Church in America formed an
independent body in 1789 and called itself the Protestant Episcopal Church. On
Episcopalian. Play E·pis·co·pa·lian. Use Episcopalian in a sentence. of church
government by bishops; Episcopal. Origin of Episcopalian. episcopal + -ian.