Definition of Reformed Church in English:

Reformed Church

Syllabification: Re·formed Church

noun

A church that has accepted the principles of the Reformation, especially a Calvinist church (as distinct from Lutheran).
More example sentences
  • The Catholic Church, The Lutheran Church and Reformed Churches of John Calvin and Ulrich Zwingli frequently charged the Hutterites with heresy.
  • The World Alliance of Reformed Churches consists of Congregational, Presbyterian, Reformed, and United churches.
  • The predominantly high number of Presbyterian adherents was due both to the perceived similarities between the Presbyterian Church and the old-world Reformed Church and to early missionary efforts.

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