Congregational Union of Ireland

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The Congregational Union of Ireland is strongly associated with the Puritans and Oliver Cromwell.[1] The Irish Congregational Church was formed in 1829. In 1899 it absorbed the Irish Evangelical Society. By 1927 there were about 10,000 members in Ireland.[2]

The denomination affirms the Savoy Declaration.[3][4]

It has close contacts with the Evangelical Fellowship of Congregational Churches.[5]

Church membership is around 3,200 in 26 congregations.[6]

The chairman is Rev. Nigel Kissing.[7]

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