Question by What?: What are Unitarian Universalism churches?
We don’t have any where we live, what type of churches are these?
Does anyone find it a little weird to have this kind of church out there? Who’s idea was it to start one of these churches?
Answer by Jacquot Hussein Le Chat A bunch of people who like to be spiritual, but don’t really buy into any of the nonsense surrounding it.
Sort of like avoiding all the types like Chris above me.
Question by Doctorv21: What’s the difference between Catholics and non-denominational churches?
I found out that non-denominational churches are a denomination because we pass down teachings and traditions to others. I have read this:
Catholic in its general sense just means, “according to the whole” i.e. “universal.” In a more Christian sense it means the universal church, i.e. both ancient and modern. The opposite of universal is “particular,” or “according to the individual,” or in the Christian sense, “congregational.” Congregational means that each individual local church is its own self-contained unit. This is contrary to ancient Christianity where each body was a part of a larger, worldwide entity. However, many who use the word Catholic in their name are actually congregational. For instance, some groups have recently broken off from the larger Catholic Church to form new churches, claiming the Catholic Church (and all churches but them) is now heretical. I see these churches as quite particular, and not universal, since they believe that the Catholic Church has erred and only the few schismatics are correct. It is rather ironic to see a group of 5,000 members confined to a few states within the United States claiming to be the “Catholic” Church. Nonetheless, it happens.
Answer by Samian’s Ninth Account Does your non-denominational church revere the Pope? No?
There you go.
Pastor Darrin Patrick elaborates on The Journey’s vision to continue starting new churches. He walks us through key elements of church history, cautioning against the misuse of church authority, while emphasizing the imperative that we remain rooted in scripture. thejourney.org. Video Rating: 5 / 5
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Pastor Lance Waldie, Lead Pastor of Harvest Bible Church, reads from 2 Timothy 3 and discusses the importance of building strong bible churches. He encourages us to fulfill the ministry God has given us to do. Video Rating: 0 / 5
Question by No pseudonym: How come when I give to my church they dont help people, they just build bigger churches?
I notice all the churches in my city keep building bigger churches, or youth centers, or gyms, or day cares, or stupid scultures, or church camp cabins. I think it is pretty ridiculas. Wouldnt Jesus frown on the idea of building churches to compete with other churches? I think it is all a business.
Answer by JOExHIGASHI Youth centers, gyms, day cares do help people
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Church near the NY 8th St Lomography Gallery Store mixed with something I can’t remember. I just see this extra texture on the church tower and some crosses inside circles. I can see a kind of checkered edge running along the edge of the church that must be from a sign. I shot too much to remember.