KeyWEn.com  
 
 
 
Low Church       Article     History   Tree Map
  Encyclopedia of Keywords > Christian Denominations > Protestantism > Anglicanism > High Church > Low Church   Michael Charnine

Keywords and Sections
VIEW
DIRECTION
HORROR
CONTRAST
BROAD
CONGREGATIONALIST
WHIG PARTY
HIGH CHURCH
THREE TERMS
WORSHIP
LITURGY
LITURGIES
CONGREGATIONS
CONGREGATION
EUCHARIST
MORNING PRAYER
EVANGELICAL
CHURCHES
CHURCH
LOW CHURCH
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Low Church"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Low church is a term of distinction in the Church of England or other Anglican churches initially designed to be pejorative.
  2. Low Church is simpler and may incorporate other elements such as informal praise and worship music.

View

  1. Some Low Church Anglicans take a strictly memorialist (Zwinglian) view of the sacrament.

Direction

  1. The Pietist movement in the 17th century also moved the Lutheran church further in a direction that would be considered "low church" by Anglican standards.

Horror

  1. Many Low Church and Latitudinarian churchmen viewed the practices of the SSC priests with horror and dismay.

Contrast

  1. At the time, their position was referred to as low church (in contrast to the High church position).

Broad

  1. This reaction played a central role in the evolution of the Broad and Low Church enthusiasm for "muscular Christianity".

Congregationalist

  1. In church governance, the LCA was clerical and centralized, in contrast to the congregationalist or "low church" strain in American Protestant Christianity.

Whig Party

  1. He became a leader of the low church and found favor with the Whig party.

High Church

  1. Broad Church incorporates elements of both low church and high church.
  2. This variance is not unlike that seen in the " High Church " and " Low Church " styles of the Anglican Church.

Three Terms

  1. In the English church, three terms are generally used to denote the parish philosophy: High Church, Low Church, and Broad Church or Latitudinarian.

Worship

  1. A contemporary " low church " or Evangelical service may differ little from the worship of many mainstream Protestant churches.
  2. Methodism has a very wide variety of forms of worship, ranging from high church to low church in liturgical usage.
  3. Low Church Anglicans usually worship according to the official prayer books, but with much less ceremony.

Liturgy

  1. Theologically it is Arminian, emphasizing that all people can be saved, and low church in liturgy.

Liturgies

  1. The continuing churches are generally Anglo-Catholic in approach, and their liturgies are usually more high church than low church.

Congregations

  1. The congregations within the AEC are primarily Low Church in nature, but also welcome parishes within the full range of traditional Anglican practices.

Congregation

  1. Those who take a "low church" view tend to see the clergy as one "calling" -- albeit distinct -- among many essential roles within the congregation.

Eucharist

  1. A low church might alternate Morning Prayer with the Eucharist for their primary Sunday worship.
  2. Low Church parishes tend to celebrate the Eucharist less frequently (e.g., monthly or quarterly) and prefer the terms "Holy Communion" or "Lord's Supper".

Morning Prayer

  1. In Canada, the Book of Common Prayer services tend to low church and traditional; for example, Morning Prayer.

Evangelical

  1. This loyalty to the Protestant character of the Anglican Church has produced the Low Church, or Evangelical, school of Anglicanism.
  2. Others belong to a more Evangelical or low church tradition and tend to support the Thirty-nine Articles and simpler worship services.

Churches

  1. I’m willing to bet that the churches that are growing like crazy are low church and evangelical.

Church

  1. Within the church there is broad church, high church, old church and low church.
  2. They became known as Low Church Anglicans, but had little influence in the High Church Anglican dominated Church until the twentieth century.

Low Church

  1. Anglicanism incorporates catholics and protestants, literalists and agnostics, high church, low church, broad church, in all ways these terms can be defined.
  2. Often a congregation or a particular service will be referred to as Low Church or High Church.
  3. In addition to the traditional mainstream, the church has long included " high church " and " low church " factions with their own particular preferences.

Categories

  1. Christian Denominations > Protestantism > Anglicanism > High Church
  2. Anglican Churches
  3. Particular Service
  4. English Church
  5. Pejorative
  6. Books about "Low Church" in Amazon.com

Book: Keywen Category Structure


  Short phrases about "Low Church"
  Originally created: April 20, 2008.
  Please send us comments and questions by this Online Form
  Please click on Move Up to move good phrases up.
0.0241 sec. a=1..