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Reformed Episcopal Church

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  • proper noun A particular Anglican Church based in the United States

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  • The Reformed Episcopal Church, which is not recognized by the Anglican Communion, formed in 1873 when it broke off from what later became the Episcopal Church.

    The Seattle Times

  • The Reformed Episcopal Church, which is not recognized by the Anglican Communion, formed in 1873 when it broke off from what later became the Episcopal Church.

    The Seattle Times

  • One of the rare survivors is the Reformed Episcopal Church that seceded in 1873, but today it claims a mere 13,000 members.

    Their Separate Ways

  • The Chapel of the Cross, A Reformed Episcopal Church will sponsor the 10th Annual Blessing of the Animals on Saturday, October 3 from 9:00am to 11:00 am.

    The Chapel of the Cross to bless animals and raise money for shelter | RELIGION Blog | dallasnews.com

  • Reformed Episcopal Church in America, held in Chicago, May 18, 1875.

    The Creeds of the Evangelical Protestant Churches.

  • And a member of St. Mark's Reformed Episcopal Church in Rydal wants Matt to know that its men's group is praying for the Britts and that Matt can join them if the spirit moves him.

    Phillies Zone

  • He moved to Philadelphia once his tour was up to become a student at the Theological Seminary of the Reformed Episcopal Church.

    The Clog

  • In addition, some Canadian parishes from the former Reformed Episcopal Church will be included in a couple of cross-border dioceses.

    Canadian Christianity - Canadian News

  • This group included one Continuing Church, the Anglican Province of America; the Federation of Anglican Churches in America, which represented the TAC, and other Continuing bodies which were not prepared to join the round-table, and the Reformed Episcopal Church, which had left TEC in the 1890s to embrace a more Calvinist stance, but which has since moved to a more classical Anglican position.

    Anglican Mainstream

  • Other congregations involved in the formation of the Cascadia Diocese include several from the Reformed Episcopal Church.

    The Seattle Times

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