Christ Church may refer to:
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... Dublin - Abbey, Dublin - Adelaide Road, Dublin - Clontarf Scots, Dublin - Rathgar (Christ Church), Dublin - Sandymount (Christ Church), Dun Laoghaire, Donabate, Enniscorthy ...
... in Lexington, and in 1822 he was ordained by the First Baptist Church, a white congregation ... Its leaders helped the First African Baptist Church be covenanted in "fellowship" in 1822, which meant it continued to be independent ... Lexington appointed Ferrill as the preacher for the First African Baptist Church, to succeed the aging founder, Peter Durrett ...
... over vestments and liturgical details that roiled the Episcopal Church during much of the Nineteenth Century ... Paul’s, William Lewis Gibson, before his abrupt resignation as rector of Christ Church and the resulting split in that congregation leading to the establishment of St ... accoutrements had become so acute that the Diocese of Kentucky seceded from the Episcopal Church ...
... Christ Church, Shimla, is the second oldest church in North India, after St John's Church in Meerut ... It is a parish in the Diocese of Amritsar in the Church of North India ... in 1857 to serve the largely Anglican British community in what was formerly called Simla, Christ Church is situated on The Ridge where is stands out as one of the prominent ...
Famous quotes containing the words church and/or christ:
“In my dreams is a country where the State is the Church and the Church the people: three in one and one in three. It is a commonwealth in which work is play and play is life: three in one and one in three. It is a temple in which the priest is the worshiper and the worshiper the worshipped: three in one and one in three. It is a godhead in which all life is human and all humanity divine: three in one and one in three.”
—George Bernard Shaw (18561950)
“Earth that bore with joyful ease
Hemlock for Socrates,
Earth that blossomed and was glad
Neath the cross that Christ had,
Shall rejoice and blossom too
When the bullet reaches you.”
—Charles Hamilton Sorley (18951915)