Entry from US English dictionary
A Protestant denomination founded in the US in 1800.
- Methodist, Lutheran, United Brethren, Presbyterian, Reformed, Evangelical, and Roman Catholic congregations called upon the service of the Hummelstown Brownstone Company.
- Affiliated with the Church of the United Brethren of Christ, the student body tends to have a traditional, conservative streak - until it comes to dining.
- The records of the Cross Street Chapel begin in 1646 when the congregation was identified as the United Brethren.
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Syllabification: U·nit·ed Breth·ren
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