Dutch Reformed Church


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Dutch Reformed Church:

see Reformed Church in AmericaReformed Church in America,
Protestant denomination founded in colonial times by settlers from the Netherlands and formerly known as the Dutch Reformed Church. The Reformed Church in Holland emerged in the 16th cent.
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Thomas de Witt of the Collegiate Dutch Reformed Church of New York indicates that De Ronde "retired to the country when the British took over [New York City] in 1776, and did not return to [his] charge at the close of the war, but remained in retirement in [his] old age.
Later, in 1946 Sengwayo was to recruit from Bikita, Moses Ruwana, who had been a prominent Dutch Reformed Church evangelist for twelve years.
In 1887, five years after graduating from the Gymnasium, he was able to become a minister in the Dutch Reformed Church at twenty-three years of age.
When the floods came in 2008, the Dutch Reformed Church rescued me from the floods, and we started using the Okave Club.
He practiced a "presbyterian style77 of Puritanitsm and kept his church in accord with the Dutch Reformed church.
Indian congregants drove in from Queens, Brooklyn, western Nassau County and even New Jersey and Staten Island, to worship in a former Dutch Reformed Church building they bought in 1992.
Dutch Reformed Church leaders, believing that people of color were a threat to Afrikaner heritage, intertwined discrimination with their theology.
Trinity Lutheran Church and the Dutch Reformed Church at Stone Arabia;
Even though members from the Dutch Reformed church (Hervormde Kerk) were advised by their church leaders to join the United Church in Canada, they ended up joining various other Reformed churches.
Comparison with the writings of Arminius's colleagues in the theology faculty allows Stanglin to be precise about the points of doctrinal and structural agreement and difference that characterized the early stages of the debate that split the Dutch Reformed Church just a few years later.
What survives of Huygens's music is to be found in the Pathodia sacra e profana (1647), a collection of Latin psalm moters and Italian and French airs for one voice and basso continue Also surviving is a small treatise in which Huygens promoted the use of the organ to accompany psalm singing in the Dutch Reformed Church (published anonymously in 1641).

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