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- n. Any Protestant church run independently by its own congregation, especially one in the United Church of Christ, the National Association of Congregational Christian Churches, or the Conservative Congregational Christian Conference.
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A recently created parish softball team—part of a league formed with a local Congregational church—has a roster of twenty-five players, and about twelve show up per game.
The Methodist church where we were married was torn down and the Methodists took over the old Congregational church.
"I'd get the insurance on it, as the Congregational church didn't."
Socinianism, and near the beginning of the present century there was but a single orthodox Congregational church in Boston.
William Hooper, a member of a Congregational church in Boston.