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The Congregationalist church emerged in England among Reformed Puritans (attempting to purify the Church of England) who rejected the rule of presbyters in favor of basing the authority of the church in local congregations. The movement found its greatest success in New England, from whence it spread around the world in the nineteenth century. It continues today primarily in the American-based United Church of Christ.

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