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Setauket Presbyterian Church and Burial Ground

Setauket Presbyterian Church and Burial Ground

United States historic place Setauket Presbyterian Church and Burial Ground, also known as First Presbyterian Church of Brookhaven, is a historic Presbyterian church and cemetery at 5 Caroline Avenue in the hamlet of Setauket, Suffolk County, New York. History[edit] The church was built in 1812 in the Federal style and is a three-by-five-bay, heavy timber […]

St Cadoc’s Church, Llangattock Lingoed

St Cadoc’s Church, Llangattock Lingoed

Church in Monmouthshire, Wales The Church of St Cadoc, is the parish church of Llangattock Lingoed, Monmouthshire, Wales and sits in the centre of the village. It is in the Perpendicular[1] style and is a Grade I listed building as of 1 September 1956.[2] History and architecture[edit] The church is medieval, of Old Red Sandstone […]

United Church of Christ in Japan

United Church of Christ in Japan

Largest Protestant denomination in Japan The United Church of Christ in Japan (UCCJ; Japanese: 日本キリスト教団 Nihon Kirisuto Kyōdan, or Kyōdan for short) is the largest Protestant denomination in Japan. It is a union of thirty-three diverse Protestant denominations forcibly merged by the Japanese wartime government on June 24, 1941. The UCCJ, which is a Japanese […]

St. Peter and St. Paul’s Church, Wissembourg

St. Peter and St. Paul’s Church, Wissembourg

Church in Wissembourg, France St. Peter and St. Paul’s Church (French: Église Saints-Pierre-et-Paul) of Wissembourg is frequently,[2] but incorrectly, referred to as the second largest Gothic church of Alsace after Strasbourg Cathedral.[3] However, the building, with its interior ground surface area of 1,320 square metres (14,200 sq ft) (60 by 22 metres (197 ft × 72 ft))[4] most probably is […]

Church of St Margaret, Sannat

Church of St Margaret, Sannat

Church in Gozo, Malta The Parish church of St Margaret is a Roman Catholic church that serves the village of Sannat in Gozo, Malta History[edit] The original church dedicated to Saint Margaret of Antioch dates back to the late Middle Ages. It is documented as functioning in 1575. It is also recorded that in the […]

Church Crookham

Church Crookham

Human settlement in England Church Crookham is a large suburban village and civil parish, contiguous with the town of Fleet, in northeast Hampshire, England. It is 38 miles (61 km) west-southwest of London. Formerly a separate village, it figures as a southern suburb of Fleet, and approximately constitutes one of the 18 wards of the Hart […]

Annunciation Church, Chesterfield

Annunciation Church, Chesterfield

Church in Chesterfield, United Kingdom Annunciation Church is a Roman Catholic Parish church in Chesterfield, Derbyshire. It was founded by the Society of Jesus in 1854. Located in Spencer Street, near Saltergate and off-Newbold Road, it was designed by the architect Joseph Hansom and is a Grade II listed building.[1] History[edit] In 1840, the Jesuits […]

Uniting Presbyterian Church in Southern Africa

Uniting Presbyterian Church in Southern Africa

The Uniting Presbyterian Church in Southern Africa (UPCSA) was formed and constituted in 1999 as the outcome of the union between the Reformed Presbyterian Church in Southern Africa (RPCSA) and the Presbyterian Church of Southern Africa (PCSA). These two churches shared the same origin dating back to the 19th century when Britain took over the […]

Church of the Good Shepherd, Kensington

Church in Pennsylvania, United States The Church of the Good Shepherd, Kensington, was an Episcopal congregation in Kensington neighborhood of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Founded in 1868, it merged with Emmanuel Church, Kensington, in 1994 to form the Church of Emmanuel and the Good Shepherd. Its 1887 building, designed by architect T. Frank Miller and located at […]

Indonesia Christian Church

Church in Central Jakarta, Indonesia The Indonesian Christian Church (GKI, originally: Gereja Kristen Indonesia) is an Indonesian church of Presbyterian denomination. It adheres to Calvinist theology.[1] History[edit] GKI was established in continuity with the Indonesian Christian Church in West Java, Central Java and East Java. These three denominations were originally independent, each arising from separate […]