-The Chosen Elect
-Black Primitive Baptist
-Ukrainian Greek Catholic
-Melkite Greek Catholic
-Belarusian Greek Catholic
-Bulgarian Greek Catholic
-Slovak Greek Catholic
-Croatian Greek Catholic
-Greek Byzantine Catholic
-Macedonian Greek Catholic
-Russian Byzantine Catholic
-Georgian Byzantine Catholic
-Mexican National Catholic
-Polish National Catholic
-Old Order Amish
there is also nondenominational which is not a religion but a relationship with god
8% of evangelical denominations practice feet washing as an ordinance. Such as brethren churches, Churches of God General Conference churches and others.
There are no denominations within one church. There are many denominations within Christianity, but each is a church in its own right.
Zambia has many churches of all denominations.
The word denominations means separate named or valued forms. For example:1) currency (Paper money is printed in various denominations.)2) churches (The Baptist church has many different denominations.)
Information about different denominations of churches can be found on Wikipedia. This information can also be found on sites like Net Ministries, Religion Facts, and A Study of Denominations.
There are many churches in Gulf Shores, representing all the major denominations. Here is a list: http://www.gulfshoreslocal.com/Churches/churches.shtml
Denominations of Christians: Roman Catholics Orthodox Protestant Anglican The Free Churches Pentecostal many other free churches.... baptist, methodist, etc.....
Some of the denominations of churches is Baptist, Penacostal, Mormon, Church of Christ and Jehovah witnesses
Protestantism and most Independent churches.
All denominations of Christianity have churches.
Many different denominations use baptism and thus the "baptistry". Most common is the "Baptist" denomination, however, you will find that most protestant denominations baptise.
There are many different denominations in the Christian religion. Most types of Christian churches are Protestant. Western Christian churches which separated from the Roman Catholic church and followed the reform movement are known as Protestant. Examples are Presbyterian, Baptist, and Methodist.
Anglican, Presbyterian, Lutheran, Methodist, Baptist, just to name a few. There are many more.
Presbyterians did, and still do, celebrate the holy days of the Liturgical Calendar as it is followed by many churches and denominations worldwide.
Well, there are many non-Mormons who live there, and there are churches of several other denominations in Heber.
There are estimated to be around 30,000 denominations of Christianity. The three main denominations are Catholicism, Eastern Orthodoxy, and Protestantism.
Some Christian denominations believe in baptizing the children of believers shortly after birth.Some of the larger denominations that practice believers’ or adult baptism include Baptists, Pentecostals and Churches of Christ.
At last count there are well over 300 denominations with memberships of over 100,000 people. There are many, many more groups with lesser numbers.
No, not all. Some Baptist churches do not have an altar, for example.
None of the mainstream Christian denominations allow polygamy, especially in countries where it is illegal. There are several offshoot cults and churches which allow polygamy, but these are usually individual small churches (<1000 people) that cannot be considered denominations. There are some individuals, religious and not religious, who practice polygamy individually as well.
Christianity has many divisions, or 'denominations'. The oldest existing denominations are the Roman Catholic Church and the Eastern Orthodox Churches. The Protestant Churches broke away from the Roman Catholic Church in the 1500s.Members of all these denominations are Christians, whether they are Catholic, Orthodox or Protestant.AnswerThe only difference would arise is when the person who is a member of a Protestant church is not a Christian but only a church member. Not all churches require people to be Christians in fact, to be members. Many in fact are not. Many churches also do not require their leaders and pastor/preachers etc to be Christians eitherFurther to this, many Protestants are in fact Christians (as are many Catholics) and in theory at least there ought not to be any difference between a Protestant and a Christian.
The Anglican Church is one of many Protestant denominations. All Anglicans are Protestants, but not all Protestants are Anglicans.
The one, holy catholic and Apostolic Catholic Church Various denominations of Orthodox churches Some 30,000 Protestant denominations A number of denominations that are only borderline Christian - Jehovah Witnesses, Mormons, for example.
Yes, both are considered to be protestant Christian denominations.
This is a very broad question. There are literally thousands of protestant denominations. Basically, protestant denominations rooted from Catholicism. They have different beliefs on the bible which varies every denomination. Protestant churches are Christian but not Catholic or Orthodox. Protestant churches are Christian.