established church

  1. the church that is recognized as the official church of a nation
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  • Thegns with fewer resources also established churches, often next to their own halls; and increasingly they were made from stone.
  • The great social shift which was slowly undermining the position of the Established Church in England before 1790 had no parallel in the contemporary Caribbean.
  • Newly arrived immigrants in the United States often come from parts of Latin America or Africa where Seventh-day Adventism has long-established churches, schools and hospitals. Adventists' back-to-basics faith is fastest growing U.S. church
  • the established Church
  • Four colonies had established churches but did not exclude clergy from political office.
  • Afro-Christian forms of worship are prevalent, such as the Orisha religion and the Spiritual Baptists, and worship in these is not exclusive of membership in established churches.
  • Slovaks affiliated with the major religions worship in established churches or synagogues.
  • Each portion in the Plantation was designated a parish in the established church and provision for parochial land was incorporated into the scheme.
  • For the established Church to seek this further exemption is to me, a cause for deep concern and disappointment. Times, Sunday Times
  • For most of them the interests of the established Church took precedence over sentimental attachment to the Stuart dynasty.
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