Information on Christianity in the United States.
Ten-week course that introduces people to the basics of the Christian faith. Program details, resources for running a course and a search feature for class locations.
General information on this inclusive denomination, vocations page, message from the presiding archbishop, directory of locations.
National body of the Traditional Anglican Communion in the United States. Includes history, beliefs, parish locator, and news.
A body of Anglican churches committed to traditional liturgy and historic Anglican Christianity. Provides details of the Province, news and events, information about the Archbishop, links to dioceses and resources.
Official web site. History, beliefs, news, church finder, publications, information on this Pentecostal denomination's ministries.
Independent, autocephalous Catholic Church. Duarte Costa succession. Western theology. Congregations may use Roman Catholic, Anglican, or Eastern liturgical rites. Two religious orders: Franciscans and Benedictines.
Seeks to extend the vision of founder, Blessed Adolph Kolping, by promoting the development of the individual and family. Site offers list of chapters, mission statement, awards program, and officers.
Listings with phone numbers and addresses of local churches.
Official web site. Includes a short history, as well as an index with links of denominational agencies, ministries, and initiatives.
Membership driven, unofficial web site of the Church of the Brethren, an evangelical Protestant denomination with churches in most of the fifty states and a few other countries.
Beliefs and church locations of this small group which broke away from the Church of the Brethren in 1926.
Official web site of this independent sacramental church in the Old Catholic tradition. FAQ, list of dioceses and their boundaries, information on seminary. Links to religious orders, dioceses, and parishes. Requires Java.
Official web site. News, church search, calendar, beliefs. Frames-dependent.
Catholic men's religious community that provides sacramental ministry, evangelizes the unchurched, fosters ecumenism and works for social justice in rural areas of the Southeast.
Accrediting agency for small Bible colleges and specialized Christian schools, institutes and seminaries; assists those institutions of Christian higher education to gain a quality, non-regional accreditation, characterized by academic excellence and ethical practices.
Association of Congregational Christian churches emphasizing autonomy of the local fellowship and freedom of belief. History, search for local churches, news.
Voluntary association of individuals, denominations, churches, schools and organizations. Site features publications, resolutions, information on conferences and events, member listings.
Catholic men's organization promotes the sanctification of its members through devotion to the Holy Name of Jesus. Mission statement, local contacts, information on starting a local chapter.
An ecumenical consortium of Christian denominations. News, Friendship Press catalog, list of member communions.
Organization of Friends, or Quaker, meetings and worship groups mainly in Minnesota and Wisconsin, with some groups in North Dakota, South Dakota and Iowa. Overview, list of meetings, photos, news and articles.
Churchwide home page for the largest Presbyterian denomination in the United States, the PCUSA.
Official site of the Brethren Church, based in Ashland, Ohio. Historical sketch, missionaries, district and congregational addresses and contacts.
Official web site, containing information about Episcopal Church dioceses, provinces and parishes; Episcopal Church activities; news releases, and General Convention governance pages.
A conservative Presbyterian denomination with over two hundred churches in the United States. Information on church beliefs, ministries, and local congregations.
Official web site containing a variety of information, links, and resources.
Formed by the 1957 merger of the Congregational Christian Churches and the Evangelical and Reformed Church. Church locator, history, global ministries, news, discussion forums.
Official organization of the Catholic hierarchy in the U.S. A canonical entity governing the church, and a public policy arm.
Official site of the national branch of the Vineyard movement. Includes searchable database of all Vineyard churches within the nation, events calendar, ministries, and publications archives.
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