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The [[Congregational Church in the United States|Congregational Church]] was predominant in early Connecticut and was [http://net.lib.byu.edu/fslab/researchoutlines/US/Connecticut.pdf the state church until 1818]. Other prominent churches in the state are the [[Methodist Church in the United States|Methodist]] and [[Episcopal Church in the United States|Episcopal]] churches (colonial period), and the [[Roman Catholic Church in the United States|Roman Catholic]] and [[Baptist Church in the United States|Baptist]] churches (19th century).  
 
The [[Congregational Church in the United States|Congregational Church]] was predominant in early Connecticut and was [http://net.lib.byu.edu/fslab/researchoutlines/US/Connecticut.pdf the state church until 1818]. Other prominent churches in the state are the [[Methodist Church in the United States|Methodist]] and [[Episcopal Church in the United States|Episcopal]] churches (colonial period), and the [[Roman Catholic Church in the United States|Roman Catholic]] and [[Baptist Church in the United States|Baptist]] churches (19th century).  
  
It is recommended that you also look at the [[Connecticut Church Records Connecticut Church Records]] page, which has additional information about church records in Connecticut.
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It is recommended that you also look at the [[Connecticut Church Records|Connecticut Church Records]] page, which has additional information about church records in Connecticut.

Revision as of 18:56, 2 April 2013

Introduction

The Congregational Church was predominant in early Connecticut and was the state church until 1818. Other prominent churches in the state are the Methodist and Episcopal churches (colonial period), and the Roman Catholic and Baptist churches (19th century).

It is recommended that you also look at the Connecticut Church Records page, which has additional information about church records in Connecticut.