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The term Evangelical Church may refer to:
- Armenian Evangelical Church
- Assyrian Evangelical Church
- Ethiopian Evangelical Church Mekane Yesus (EECMY), Ethiopia
- Evangelical Church in Germany, the largest Protestant denomination in Germany
- Evangelical Church of Czech Brethren
- Evangelical Church of the Dominican Republic
- Evangelical Church of Egypt (Synod of the Nile)
- St. Thomas Evangelical Church, India
- Evangelical Church of Romania
- Evangelical Church of West Africa
- Christian Evangelical Church of Romania
- Evangelical Church of the Augsburg Confession in Slovakia
- United States
- Evangelical Association, founded by Jacob Albright and often referred to as the Evangelical Church, one of the historic predecessor bodies of the United Methodist Church. It merged with others in 1946 to become the Evangelical United Brethren Church.
- Evangelical United Brethren Church (1946–1968), merged into the United Methodist Church
- Evangelical United Brethren Association, an offshoot of the Church of the United Brethren in Christ, which existed from sometime after 1848 until 1864
- Evangelical Church of North America (ECNA), a Wesleyan denomination also known as the Evangelical Church
- Evangelical Synod of North America, founded in the mid-19th century and centered in the Midwest, usually referred to simply as the Evangelical Church, one of the historic predecessor bodies of the United Church of Christ
- Evangelical Free Church of America, formed in 1942
- Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, the largest Lutheran denomination in the US
- Evangelical Church in Zambia (ECZ), founded 1910, a product of the South Africa General Mission in Cape Town, South Africa (now part of Serving In Mission)
or more generically to any Church or denomination within:
- Evangelicalism, especially those associated with the National Association of Evangelicals.
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