Episcopal Church US Anglican Church. Church of England services were held in the first American colonies. With the American Revolution, the Church of England disestablished, and a national church organized in its place. Known as the Protestant Episcopal Church, its constitution and version of the Book of Common Prayer were established in 1789. In 1873, a breakaway group of clergy and laity founded the Reformed Episcopal Church.
E·pis·co·pal Church the Anglican Church in the U.S. and Scotland.
Episcopal Church the Anglican Church in Scotland and the US.
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