Christian churches continue Jesus'mission today

Date: 31st Jan 2018 @ 3:25pm

In RE we have been exploring how people live Jesus' mission today. We have talked about the ECUMENICAL movement, in which different Christian churches have come together to pray and share their experiences.

Which CHRISTIAN churches can you name?

Can you find any information about them?

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Rach0765 wrote:

our lady of christians

HM wrote:

Thank you Rach0765. I don't know where this church is. Is this a Roman Catholic church?

Rach0765 wrote:

Is HM mrs McCarthy

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chloe wrote:

Anglican, Orthodox, Methodist, Lutheran, Eastern Orthodox, Pentecostal

The Orthodox Church is one of the three main Christian groups (the others being Roman Catholic and Protestant). Around 200 million people follow the Orthodox tradition.

It is made up of a number of self-governing Churches which are either 'autocephalous' (meaning having their own head) or 'autonomous' (meaning self-governing).

The Orthodox Churches are united in faith and by a common approach to theology, tradition, and worship. They draw on elements of Greek, Middle-Eastern, Russian and Slav culture.

Each Church has its own geographical (rather than a national) title that usually reflects the cultural traditions of its believers.

The word 'Orthodox' takes its meaning from the Greek words orthos ('right') and doxa ('belief'). Hence the word Orthodox means correct belief or right thinking.

HM wrote:

Thank you for your research - you have lots of information to share with the class. This will be really helpful.

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Coolbea123 wrote:

Orthodox

HM wrote:

Thanks Coolbea123. Can you find find out any more information about Orthodox churches?

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Sam S wrote:

St Julie's and St Teresa's are Catholic Churches and St Luke's is a Protestant church. These are examples of some of the Christian churches near me.

HM wrote:

Thanks for this.

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Ell028 wrote:

Eastern Orthodox churches

Also known as the Orthodox Church or officially known as the orthodox Catholic Church.It is the second largest Christian church with over 250 million members .It is one of the oldest religious institutions in the world .

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Ben123_ wrote:

Baptists only baptize believers of there faith

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Gmk wrote:

Pentecostal
Eastern

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54321 dancestar wrote:

holy cross and saint Helen church

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54321 dancestar wrote:

just some of the many catholic churches

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Sebooodowa wrote:

Anglican

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