Broad Church - () A portion of the Church of England, consisting of
persons who claim to hold a position, in respect to doctrine and
fellowship, intermediate between the High Church party and the Low
Church, or evangelical, party. The term has been applied to other
bodies of men holding liberal or comprehensive views of Christian
doctrine and fellowship.
Chopchurch - (n.) An exchanger or an exchange of benefices.
Churched - (imp. & p. p.) of Church
Churching - (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Church
Church-ale - (n.) A church or parish festival (as in commemoration of the
dedication of a church), at which much ale was used.
Church-bench - (n.) A seat in the porch of a church.
Churchdom - (n.) The institution, government, or authority of a church.
Churchgoer - (n.) One who attends church.
Churchgoing - (a.) Habitually attending church.
Churchgoing - (a.) Summoning to church.
Church-haw - (n.) Churchyard.
Churchism - (n.) Strict adherence to the forms or principles of some
church organization; sectarianism.
Churchless - (a.) Without a church.
Churchlike - (a.) Befitting a church or a churchman; becoming to a
Churchliness - (n.) Regard for the church.
Churchly - (a.) Pertaining to, or suitable for, the church;
Churchmen - (pl. ) of Churchman
Churchman - (n.) An ecclesiastic or clergyman.
Churchman - (n.) An Episcopalian, or a member of the Established Church
Churchman - (n.) One was is attached to, or attends, church.
Churchmanly - (a.) Pertaining to, or becoming, a churchman.
Churchmanship - (n.) The state or quality of being a churchman;
attachment to the church.
Church modes - () The modes or scales used in ancient church music. See
Churchship - (n.) State of being a church.
Churchwarden - (n.) One of the officers (usually two) in an Episcopal
church, whose duties vary in different dioceses, but always include the
provision of what is necessary for the communion service.
Churchwarden - (n.) A clay tobacco pipe, with a long tube.
Churchwardenship - (n.) The office of a churchwarden.
Churchy - (a.) Relating to a church; unduly fond of church forms.
Churchyard - (n.) The ground adjoining a church, in which the dead are
buried; a cemetery.
Dischurch - (v. t.) To deprive of status as a church, or of membership in
High-church - (a.) Of or pertaining to, or favoring, the party called the
High Church, or their doctrines or policy. See High Church, under High,
High-churchism - (n.) The principles of the high-church party.
High-churchman - (n.) One who holds high-church principles.
High-churchman-ship - (n.) The state of being a high-churchman.
Low-church - (a.) Not placing a high estimate on ecclesiastical
organizations or forms; -- applied especially to Episcopalians, and
opposed to high-church. See High Church, under High.
Low-churchism - (n.) The principles of the low-church party.
Low-churchman - (n.) One who holds low-church principles.
Low-churchmanship - (n.) The state of being a low-churchman.
Unchurch - (v. t.) To expel, or cause to separate, from a church; to
Unchurch - (v. t.) To deprive of the character, privileges, and authority
of a church.