Amish Church

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Amish Church:

see MennonitesMennonites
, descendants of the Dutch and Swiss evangelical Anabaptists of the 16th cent. Beliefs and Membership

While each congregation is at liberty to decide independently on its form of worship and other matters, Mennonites generally agree on certain
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If the author could maintain the quality of writing and research seen in segments featuring the ministers and members of the Amish church this novel could be a delight.
As with all Amish church hymns, this is a free rhythm (a flowing rhythm with no set meter), sung slowly at J = 69.
There he and his wife Catherine farmed and raised a large family, and John served as a deacon in the Amish church.
A third rite, marriage, is also a church function binding only two Amish church members.
the Amish Church being one of its major and strictest branches.
For households that were no longer Amish or refused to participate, we randomly sampled replacement households from within the same Amish church district listed in the Amish Directory to maintain the target sample size.