Definition of interdenominational in English:



  • Relating to more than one religious denomination.

    ‘an interdenominational service’
    • ‘It will be unveiled during the interdenominational service on a new plinth and is the first permanent memorial to the dead.’
    • ‘This international and interdenominational service was compiled by the women of Romania.’
    • ‘It was interdenominational, with a different minister travelling out from town each week, giving sermons alternately in English and Afrikaans.’
    • ‘You've been a Christian educator for many years, and in fact you're a minister of the church, an interdenominational church, is that right?’
    • ‘It is Roman Catholic in its tradition, but interdenominational in its outlook.’
    • ‘Most Baptist churches used either interdenominational materials or Southern Baptist materials.’
    • ‘The service was interdenominational and the theme was ‘In faith, women shape the future.’’
    • ‘The interdenominational women's organization issued a news release following its January 27 meeting with denominational representatives.’
    • ‘The issue of getting an interdenominational church at Daisy Hill Hospital is one which is close to my heart.’
    • ‘There was a large interdenominational gathering to participate in the hour-long service.’
    • ‘This will be followed by an interdenominational prayer service.’
    • ‘This was followed by a packed interdenominational service in the church, led by the Reverend Simon Wilkinson, before wreaths were laid at the town's war memorial.’
    • ‘The weekend begins in Castlecomer Church on Friday evening and finishes with an interdenominational service in St. Mary's Church on Sunday morning at 11 o'clock.’
    • ‘Priest Paul Haworth said: ‘For some people, interdenominational services can be a bit challenging.’’
    • ‘Located in Salt Lake City, the seminary is an interdenominational school of biblical and theological studies.’
    • ‘Eighteen churches throughout the Indonesian archipelago support this interdenominational Christian university.’
    • ‘You may enjoy quiet time in the interdenominational chapel and view a waterfall through the window.’
    • ‘As the years passed, Quakers, Baptists, Methodists, and an interdenominational Protestant group called the New York Missionary Society joined the effort of proselytizing the Iroquois.’
    • ‘It was also an interdenominational event and readers from both church communities narrated the passion story.’
    • ‘It is committed to The Westminster Confession of Faith, but is interdenominational in that it seeks to serve a variety of church communities.’