Christian denominations similar to or like Church of South India

United Protestant Church, being the second-largest Christian church in India based on the number of members; it is the result of union of a number of Protestant churches in South India. Wikipedia

  • Church of North India

    Established on 29 November 1970 by bringing together the Protestant churches working in northern India; it is thus a province of the worldwide Anglican Communion and member of the World Methodist Council, as well as the World Communion of Reformed Churches. The merger, which had been in discussions since 1929, came eventually between the Church of India, Pakistan, Burma and Ceylon (Anglican), the United Church of Northern India, (Congregationalist and Presbyterian), the Baptist Churches of Northern India (British Baptists), the Church of the Brethren in India, which withdrew in 2006, the Methodist Church (British and Australian Conferences) and the Disciples of Christ denominations. Wikipedia

  • Church of Pakistan

    United Protestant Church in Pakistan, which is part of the Anglican Communion and a member of the World Communion of Reformed Churches and the World Methodist Council. Established in 1970 with a union of Anglicans , Scottish Presbyterians (Church of Scotland), United Methodists, and Lutherans. Wikipedia

  • Christianity in India

    India's third-largest religion after Hinduism and Islam, with approximately 27.8 million followers, constituting 2.3 percent of India's population . Introduced to India through conversions by Thomas the Apostle, who is said to have reached the Malabar Coast in 52 AD. Wikipedia

  • List of Christian denominations

    Distinct religious body within Christianity, identified by traits such as a name, organization and doctrine. Individual bodies, however, may use alternative terms to describe themselves, such as church, convention, communion, assembly, house, union, network, or sometimes fellowship. Wikipedia

  • United Reformed Church

    Protestant Christian church in the United Kingdom. It has approximately 46,500 members in 1,383 congregations with 608 active ministers, including 13 church related community workers. Wikipedia

  • Methodist Church in India

    Protestant Christian denomination of India. In Mumbai. Wikipedia


    Sentences forChurch of South India

    • Roman Catholics in Madurai are affiliated with the Roman Catholic Diocese of Madurai, while Protestants are affiliated with the Madurai-Ramnad Diocese of the Church of South India.Madurai-Wikipedia
    • The Church of South India was formed in 1947 by the union of Anglican, Baptist, Methodist, Congregationalist, and Presbyterian churches.Christianity-Wikipedia
    • Most Christians are Roman Catholics with a small but influential number of Protestants belonging to the Church of South India, the successor organisation of American Ceylon Mission and other colonial era Protestant churches.Jaffna-Wikipedia
    • Certainly, Methodists have been deeply involved in early examples of church union, especially the United Church of Canada and the Church of South India.Methodism-Wikipedia
    • On July 5, 2015, Saint Mary's Episcopal Church closed after 175 years in operation; the Church of South India's Congregation of the Hudson Valley moved in that November.Briarcliff Manor, New York-Wikipedia
    • Roman Catholics in Thanjavur are affiliated to the Roman Catholic Diocese of Tanjore and Protestants are affiliated to the Trichy–Tanjore Diocese of the Church of South India.Thanjavur-Wikipedia

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