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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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The programme is jointly implemented by the Deutsche Gesellschaft fE-r Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH, Expertise France (EF), the Spanish Agency for International Development (AECID) and Hungarian Interchurch Aid (HIA)."
Hospital chaplaincy is the responsibility of the Interchurch Council for Hospital Chaplaincy (ICHC).
The Greater New York Councils of the Boy Scouts of America is relocating from the Empire State Building to The Interchurch Center at 475 Riverside Drive.
December is Zion Chapel's month to serve at the Interchurch Pantry
Religious differences have often been operationalized as couples belonging to different denominations (interchurch couples) or different religions (interfaith couples).
The theme, "let mutual love continue", expresses the spirit and practice of the Global Christian Forum since its inception in August 1998, when a group of 28 visionary leaders met at the Ecumenical Institute at Chateau de Bossey--WCC [World Council of Churches] to create a new space for broadening interchurch encounter and dialogue.
Isaac Nyiding, the Peace Regional Facilitator of greater Upper Nile, said during the meeting in Bor on Thursday that most of the peace work will be implemented by the Interchurch Committee in the states.
Jones uses three iconic Protestant edifices: the Interchurch Center on New York's Upper West Side; the United Methodist Building in Washington, D.C.; and the Crystal Cathedral in Garden Grove, Calif., as representative "of the white Protestant Christian hope and power that rose and receded over the course of the twentieth century."
Mullins and the new Baptist democracy; Southern Baptists, the Interchurch World Movement, and the Seventy-Five Million Campaign; Southern Baptist reaction to the Fundamentalist movement 1919-25; reward and coercion in the Seventy-Five Million Campaign; Southern Baptist higher education and the "Scarborough Synthesis;" and dissent against denominational centralization during the Seventy-Five Million Campaign.
A new expression of interchurch relations emerged in the 1980s when Mennonite World Conference participated in a series of bilateral conversations with representatives of the Catholic Church, as well as with Baptist, Lutheran, Reformed, and Seventh-day Adventist groups.
Athanasius Macora, a Franciscan monk who represents the Catholics at the interchurch commission that negotiates disputes at the Holy Sepulchre, said the renovation might have been more ambitious if not for the status quo.