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  • adj. Between churches.

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  • adj. occurring between or among or common to different churches or denominations


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inter- +‎ church


  • There's a Scylla and a Charybdis in interchurch discussions, as in so many other kinds of discussions.

    Progressing to ecclesiological debate

  • It has often been noted that the sharpest religious divide in our era is not interchurch but intrachurch: that between the "mere Christians" striving to adhere to the ancient faith and morality, and the progressives who want to reinvent Christianity in a postmodern idiom.

    Archive 2005-07-01

  • Follow-up plans made as result of interchurch survey, including:

    Church Cooperation in Community Life

  • Survey -- Follow up what interchurch county office has done.

    Church Cooperation in Community Life

  • Act as secretary of Committee on Adjustments -- provide office for interchurch activities.

    Church Cooperation in Community Life

  • Benedict made a historic gesture for interchurch unity by presiding over a prayer service with a Protestant bishop in the Erfurt monastery where the 16th-century reformer Martin Luther lived as a monk before he split with Rome.

    Reuters: Press Release

  • United States, denominations now are only one of multiple options along with independent churches, megachurches, emergent churches and a variety of non-denominational, interchurch coalitions.

    ABP News

  • THE WRITING of this study was occasioned by a specific event relevant to today's interchurch or ecumenical relations and their evident conflict with the authentic ecclesiastical tradition of the Prophets, the Apostles and our Fathers and Mothers throughout the ages.


  • This has to do with interfaith as well as interchurch relations methinks.

  • (Reuters) - Pope Benedict on Saturday appointed a Ghanaian cardinal to one of the most influential jobs in the Vatican, increasing the possibility that the next pontiff might be a black religious doctrine, Pope Benedict XVI also is emerging as the pontiff of interchurch, or ecumenical, relations. - Articles related to CAPITAL CULTURE: Sotomayor adds celebrity to court


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