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 Translation for 'Church of Scotland' from English to Russian
религ.
Церковь {ж} Шотландии
Church of Scotland
Partial Matches
религ.
англиканская церковь {ж}
Church of England
геогр.
Шотландия {ж}
Scotland
религ.
церковь {ж}
church
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религ.
православная церковь {ж}
Orthodox Church
религ.
англиканская церковь {ж}
Anglican Church
венчание {с} [о браке](church) wedding
меб.религ.
аналой {м}
(church) lectern
церковный {adj}church [attr.]
идиом.
беден как церковная крыса / мышь [разг.]
(as) poor as a church mouse
гол как соко́л [разг.](as) poor as a church mouse
убедить в [+prep.] [сов.]to convince of
куча [+gen.] [разг.] [множество]plenty of
ложка {ж} [+gen.]spoonful of
за пределами {adv}outside (of)
unverified наводя́щий на мы́сли (о)suggestive (of)
конечно {adv}of course
из-за {prep} [+gen.]because of
вместо {prep} [+gen.]instead of
unverified
псих.филос.
поток {м} сознания
stream of consciousness
unverified
псих.
мироощущение {с}
view of life
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Usage Examples English
  • He was born in Scotland during the reign of Charles I and was ordained in the (Presbyterian) Church of Scotland.
  • The Church of Scotland has recently begun ordaining deacons to this role.
  • His father was John Ebenezer Brown (1914–1998), a minister of the Church of Scotland and a strong influence on Brown.
  • He was a member of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland from 1818 to 1828 and exercised his existing rights to present ministers to parishes on his Scottish estates through a time when the right of churches to veto the appointment or 'call' of a minister became so contentious as to lead in 1843 to the schism known as "the Disruption" when a third of ministers broke away to form the Free Church of Scotland.
  • W.E. Hickson (1803-1870) wrote an additional verse to give the anthem a more international and global aspect. This is currently used as the third verse by the Church of Scotland.

  • Smith's father had shown a strong interest in Christianity and belonged to the moderate wing of the Church of Scotland.
  • John Arthur joined the Church of Scotland Mission (CSM) in Kikuyu.
  • Following the 1560 Scottish Reformation the Church of Scotland was initially run by Superintendents, episcopal governance was restored in 1572, but episcopalianism alternated with periods when the Kirk was under presbyterian control until the 1711 Act allowed formation of the independent non-established Scottish Episcopal Church.
  • When the Union with Ireland Act created the United Church of England and Ireland, it is specified that it shall be one "Protestant Episcopal Church", thereby distinguishing its form of church government from the Presbyterian polity that prevails in the Church of Scotland.
  • The myth that his "father was thought to have been a Church of Scotland minister" has been discounted, insofar as there is no mention of the name in comprehensive Church of Scotland records for the period.

  • The Church of Scotland was formed as a separate church from the Roman Catholic Church as a result of the Scottish Reformation in 1560 and the later formation of the Scottish Episcopal Church began in 1582 in the reign of James VI over disagreements about the role of bishops.
  • Regular services there are still offered in English under the auspices of the Church of Scotland.
  • It guaranteed that the Church of Scotland would remain the established church in Scotland, that the Court of Session would "remain in all time coming within Scotland", and that Scots law would "remain in the same force as before".
  • The parish is also the basic level of church administration in the Church of Scotland.
  • It was controversially considered for closure by the Church of Scotland in 2022, but a campaign was mounted to keep it open.

  • Marion was a prominent Roman Catholic and would in 1628 be excommunicated by the synod of the Church of Scotland in Glasgow [...] after his death.
  • Although Christmas Day held its normal religious nature in Scotland amongst its Catholic and Episcopalian communities, the Presbyterian national church, the Church of Scotland, discouraged the celebration of Christmas for nearly 400 years; it only became a public holiday in Scotland in 1958.
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