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interchurch

(ˌɪntəˈtʃɜːtʃ)
adj
shared by, or occurring between, two or more churches
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Adj.1.interchurch - occurring between or among or common to different churches or denominations; "interchurch aid"; "interdenominational cooperation between Methodists and Presbyterians"
nonsectarian, unsectarian - not restricted to one sect or school or party; "religious training in a nonsectarian atmosphere"; "nonsectarian colleges"; "a wide and unsectarian interest in religion"- Bertrand Russell
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Tom Clark, former interchurch coordinator for refugees for the Canadian Council of Churches, agreed with Creai that political will played a vital role in refugee resettlement in the past.
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