Congregational churches :: Shared Description

Congregationalism is a Protestant movement within the Calvinist tradition. It occupies a theological position between Presbyterianism at one end and the Society of Friends at the other. Each congregation independently and autonomously runs its own affairs. Some sources identify the English Separatist Robert Browne (1550–1633) as its founder. It spread to Holland and North America. Cromwell’s New Model Army was dominated by Congregationalists which meant that it was subjugated after the restoration. The Congregational Union of England and Wales was established in 1831 It had no authority over the affiliated churches, but instead aimed to advise and support them. In 1972, about three-quarters of English Congregational churches merged with the Presbyterian Church of England to form the United Reformed Church (URC). However, about 600 Congregational churches have continued in their historic independent tradition.
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SU7819 : Pews within Harting Congregational Church by Basher Eyre
TF1409 : Deeping Gate Congregational Church: foundation stone (I) by Basher Eyre
SU7819 : Approaching Harting Congregational Church by Basher Eyre
SZ5095 : Former Congregational Church, Ferry Road: October 2015 by Basher Eyre
TG2308 : Princes Street URC by Basher Eyre
SU7819 : Interior of Harting Congregational Church by Basher Eyre
SU7819 : Display within Harting Congregation Church (e) by Basher Eyre
SZ4989 : Congregational Church, Pyle Street by Basher Eyre
SU7819 : The organ at Harting Congregational Church by Basher Eyre
TM0321 : Entrance to Wivenhoe Congregational Church by Basher Eyre
TF1409 : Deeping Gate Congregational Church: foundation stone (III) by Basher Eyre
TF1409 : Deeping Gate Congregational Church: foundation stone (II) by Basher Eyre
SO8318 : St Mary's Congregational Church by Basher Eyre
TG2309 : Passage to The Old  Meeting House Congregational Church, Colegate by Basher Eyre
SU7819 : Display within Harting Congregation Church (c) by Basher Eyre
TG2308 : Norwich URC (formerly Congregational) by Basher Eyre
TL4458 : A round the colleges route to Downing Street (18) by Basher Eyre
SJ8546 : Rear of Newcastle Congregational Church by Basher Eyre
SU7819 : The main entrance at Harting Congregational Church by Basher Eyre
SU7819 : Harting Congregational Church: late May 2013 by Basher Eyre
SU5828 : Cheriton Congregational Church by Basher Eyre
SU7819 : The modest spire of Harting Congregational Church by Basher Eyre
SU7819 : Display within Harting Congregation Church (d) by Basher Eyre
SU9744 : Path between Godalming Library and the former Guildford Congregational Church by Basher Eyre
SU7819 : Display within Harting Congregation Church (a) by Basher Eyre

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Created: Mon, 1 Nov 2021, Updated: Mon, 1 Nov 2021

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