Religious denominations are different groups within a religion, e.g. the Presbyterian Church is a denomination of the Protestant Church. Sects are subdivisions of denominations which are not sufficiently significant to be considered as new denominations.
There are no denominations within one church. There are many denominations within Christianity, but each is a church in its own right.
We have a morning church service, and Easter eggs for kids, .
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.)
A Pentecostal church is the body of Christ who believes what happened in the book of Acts in the upper room, when the Holy Spirit fell on the disciples in Acts chapter 2. There are many different denominations that are Pentecostal, and the Church of God of Prophecy, and Church of God are among the biggest denominations.
People disagree on the details of how Christianity is properly practiced.
If you are speaking of "His" church, Gods' church - all beings that truly listen to and follow him, then yes. If you refer to any specific religion or church from different denominations, then no.
Catholicism is not a denomination. It is the name of the original Christian Church and is not divided into denominations. There are different rites within the Catholic Church - Maronites and other Eastern Rites for example - but they are all Catholics and not separate denominations. Denomination usually refers to Protestants who have some 36,000 denominations.
There is no single Pentecostal church leader as there are many different Pentecostal denominations and sects, each with their own leadership organization.
All Christian denominations came from the Catholic Church, or came from those denominations that broke from the Catholic Church.
Some denominations might be different, but most hold their Wednesday meetings for an hour.
In the United States of America, there are a number of different religious denominations, but the largest church is the Catholic Church, with over 68 million members.
This depends on the church and denominations. Some churches do not require this, others do. Those that do, have different processes or procedures to follow.
It varies some in different pentecostal denominations, but decisions are usually made by the church elders, the church board, and/or the pastor.
Catholic AnswerYou will have to be more specific with your question. The Catholic Church is the only church which was founded by Our Blessed Lord, Jesus Christ, and it has NO denominations.
No, two different denominations of Christianity. Catholicism being significantly larger.
Generally, there is no advantage to different demoninations, and in fact, because of the deterioration of unity and fellowship, the Church overall is weaker because of them. However, in these modern times, the one advantage to denominations is the fact that you can often gauge whether or not a particular church is promoting the truths of Scripture by its denominational affiliation.
The first "denominations" left the Catholic Church in the sixteenth century with Martin Luther leading the apostasy.
There are multiple Presbyterian denominations in the US, including the Presbyterian Church (USA), the Presbyterian Church in America, and the Evangelical Presbyterian Church. One of the reasons for the multiple Presbyterian denominations is the issue of female leadership, some Presbyterians denominations allow it, some don't.
because different denominations have different beliefs in god :P
There are no divisions within the Catholic Church as the Church is 'one.' There are different rites of Catholicism but all are one. Groups which have broken with the Catholic Church, eg: Church of England, Lutherans, are not considered as being a division of the Church but Protestant denominations.
There are no "denominations" of the Catholic Church. One is either a Catholic or not. A Catholic is under the authority of the pope as the pope is the head of the church. There are other sects of the religion which are closely aligned theologically, but they are not Catholic and they are connoted as "Orthodox", such as the Russian Orthodox or the Greek Orthodox. Catholic Answer As the above answer points out, there are no denominations in the Catholic Church. However, there are historically different "rites" which are also know as Churches, although they are all Catholic Churches. Most of these Rites, particularly in the East, split in the eleventh century, so there is a Greek Orthodox Church and a Greek Uniate Church. The Greek Uniate Church is a "rite" in the Catholic Church under the Pope. A protestant might think these were denominations, as they appear very different, but they are not, and are all under the Pope.
denominations; misunderstandings; hatreds; wars.
No, it is one of 36,000 Protestant denominations.
The Christian faith has many denominations because the church split in to groups of what they thought was right. For me, I am Non-Denomonational or I don't really have a denomination in general. But my faith is probably closest to Baptist.