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High Church:

see England, Church ofEngland, Church of,
the established church of England and the mother church of the Anglican Communion. Organization and Doctrine

The clergy of the church are of three ancient orders: deacons, priests, and bishops.
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High Church

the party or movement within the Church of England stressing continuity with Catholic Christendom, the authority of bishops, and the importance of sacraments, rituals, and ceremonies
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Chapter 5, entitled "Anglicans and Education: University Culture and the Professionalization of Conversion," describes the growth during the late 19th century of a powerful missionary movement among university students fuelled by holiness-oriented revivalism and by Anglo-Catholic spirituality that profoundly influenced both the evangelical and the high church missions of the Church of England.
Yet all three say the high church has presented them with a sense of community they would not have experienced otherwise.
Liturgical, high church worship services [as found at Newman Fellowship] appeal to the younger generation, according to CNN Belief Blogger Rachel Evans.
The Lay Sermons (1816) provide evidence that "from 1816 forward Coleridge was essentially a High Church theologian" (134).
Fourth, while it appears that our Reformed theology does put us on a middle road between, say, the high church road of the Roman Catholics and the low church road of the Anabaptists, it's strange that both of those other groups have found ways of allowing others to serve the Lord's Supper.
This service blended both traditional and contemporary worship styles and, in the latter part of 2009, had a high church ritual on the first Sunday of each month.
of York) describes the works and styles of art that precipitated from the High Church movement that reached its apex under the benevolent hand of William Laud, Archbishop of Canterbury after 1633.
Fabrizio Bisconti, Professor of Christian Iconography at Rome University and a member of the team that made the discovery, said that it appeared to have decorated the tomb of a nobleman or high church official.
Hobart led Episcopal scholars in formulating a High Church theology that championed Episcopalian superiority and separation from other Protestant denominations.
Michael Orlando, a faithful from the Indian state of Kerala, believes the downturn in the economy is the cause of the significantly high church attendance in recent weeks, not just during Easter.
The Tory revival under Queen Anne refurbished the High Church Hooker, and during the Sacheverell case a Whig Hooker emerged.
A MAN working on a 200ft high church spire was rescued by fearless ambulance crews yesterday after suffering a suspected heart attack.