Shortly after 1600, in particular, the Independents, or Congregationalists
, founded in Holland the church which was soon to colonize New England.
Mr Jones, a former Welsh congregationalist
minister and socialist, has had a profound influence on Ms Hutt and her policies, not least in her determination that the most disadvantaged in Wales do not remain the poorest in terms of health provision and outlook.
The chapel pre-dates Methodism and, like the Congregationalist
chapels, has its roots in Puritanism.
He was proud to be a Welsh Congregationalist
throughout his life.
Based on exhaustive archival research, the work explores, in separate chapters, schools from the Congregationalist
, Presbyterian, Methodist, Baptist, Lutheran, Catholic, and evangelical traditions.
Muslims at Leyton and Small Heath can also make use of specially constructed prayer rooms and the firm's Ashton store has a Buddhist nun, Congregationalist
and a Methodist sharing the position.
But he was soon studying other subjects, although he prayed daily and strictly adhered to his Congregationalist
faith throughout his life.
Originally a type of mild Congregationalist
theocracy, Connecticut had moved toward a different system of state-supported religion by the middle of the 18th century.
Like his father he was a keen congregationalist
and was honorary secretary of the church committee when the new building was completed opposite the Town Hall.
This society had a strong Congregationalist
interest, but it also supported missionaries from the Relief Church and the Antiburghers.
Congregational treasurers, or someone appointed to speak for them, will sound the alarm that binds most of us together--perhaps the last bit of glue adhering to a system that slides from Presbyterianism to congregationalist
Eluned was brought up in a strict Welsh Congregationalist
chapel family in Wrexham.