Walloon Church

Walloon Church a branch of the French Reformed Church, which still exists in the Netherlands. It differs from the Dutch Reformed Church chiefly in retaining the use of the French language in divine service, and of the Geneva Catechism instead of the Heidelberg. The congregations of this body, though once numerous, are now reduced to a very few; and the ministers are in most cases Dutchmen by birth. The Walloons were largely represented among the early Dutch settlers in North America, particularly in New York and New Jersey.

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