Three of these were Baptists from Oregon, one a Methodist and one a Congregationalist.
"The American Missionary -- Volume 39, No. 08, August, 1885" by Various
The majority were of Puritan stock and members of the congregationalist churches of Massachusetts.
"Glimpses of the Past" by W. O. Raymond
A new chapel had just been erected in Lambeth by the Congregationalists, and immediately Mr. Martin filled it.
"The London Pulpit" by J. Ewing Ritchie
Edward S. Bryan, 40; born in New Jersey; American parents; married; law book salesman; Congregationalist.
"The Crime of the Century" by Henry M. Hunt
The two Methodist men thought the Congregationalists ought to give two hundred and fifty dollars to boot.
"The Making of a Country Parish" by Harlow S. (Harlow Spencer) Mills
Mr. Williston, Congregationalist, Rev.
"The Story of Chautauqua" by Jesse Lyman Hurlbut
I reply, as regards Baptists and Congregationalists, they are very much the same.
"The Religious Life of London" by J. Ewing Ritchie
You don't object to being married in a hotel parlor, and by a Congregationalist minister, do you?
"Norine's Revenge; Sir Noel's Heir" by May Agnes Fleming
The Congregationalists have four women preachers; the Salvation Army over 3000.
"The Modern Woman's Rights Movement" by Kaethe Schirmacher
It was received with delight by the Presbyterians, but the Congregationalists who had sponsored it were thoroughly dissatisfied.
"The Story of Our Hymns" by Ernest Edwin Ryden