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- Low church is a term of distinction in the Church of England or other Anglican churches initially designed to be pejorative.
- Low Church is simpler and may incorporate other elements such as informal praise and worship music.
- Some Low Church Anglicans take a strictly memorialist (Zwinglian) view of the sacrament.
- 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.
- Many Low Church and Latitudinarian churchmen viewed the practices of the SSC priests with horror and dismay.
- At the time, their position was referred to as low church (in contrast to the High church position).
- This reaction played a central role in the evolution of the Broad and Low Church enthusiasm for "muscular Christianity".
- In church governance, the LCA was clerical and centralized, in contrast to the congregationalist or "low church" strain in American Protestant Christianity.
- He became a leader of the low church and found favor with the Whig party.
- Broad Church incorporates elements of both low church and high church.
- This variance is not unlike that seen in the " High Church " and " Low Church " styles of the Anglican Church.
- In the English church, three terms are generally used to denote the parish philosophy: High Church, Low Church, and Broad Church or Latitudinarian.
- A contemporary " low church " or Evangelical service may differ little from the worship of many mainstream Protestant churches.
- Methodism has a very wide variety of forms of worship, ranging from high church to low church in liturgical usage.
- Low Church Anglicans usually worship according to the official prayer books, but with much less ceremony.
- Theologically it is Arminian, emphasizing that all people can be saved, and low church in liturgy.
- The continuing churches are generally Anglo-Catholic in approach, and their liturgies are usually more high church than low church.
- The congregations within the AEC are primarily Low Church in nature, but also welcome parishes within the full range of traditional Anglican practices.
- Those who take a "low church" view tend to see the clergy as one "calling" -- albeit distinct -- among many essential roles within the congregation.
- A low church might alternate Morning Prayer with the Eucharist for their primary Sunday worship.
- 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".
- In Canada, the Book of Common Prayer services tend to low church and traditional; for example, Morning Prayer.
- This loyalty to the Protestant character of the Anglican Church has produced the Low Church, or Evangelical, school of Anglicanism.
- Others belong to a more Evangelical or low church tradition and tend to support the Thirty-nine Articles and simpler worship services.
- I’m willing to bet that the churches that are growing like crazy are low church and evangelical.
- Within the church there is broad church, high church, old church and low church.
- They became known as Low Church Anglicans, but had little influence in the High Church Anglican dominated Church until the twentieth century.
- Anglicanism incorporates catholics and protestants, literalists and agnostics, high church, low church, broad church, in all ways these terms can be defined.
- Often a congregation or a particular service will be referred to as Low Church or High Church.
- In addition to the traditional mainstream, the church has long included " high church " and " low church " factions with their own particular preferences.
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