The performance data of public health services and denominational
hospitals will also be published online every quarter against key performance indicators in their Statements of Priorities.
Brought up in the church, a true "pew baby" in a strong denominational
Another option is to discontinue free transport for all denominational
It is interesting that given the preference shown for planting new churches, as a way of creating new congregational structures without addressing the traditions and bureaucracies of established congregations, SBC leaders promote the current denominational
structure (with a few tweaks) as the best model for the future.
Cheng, representative from the churches in China, in his speech "A United Christian Church without Denominational
Distinctions", delivered at the Edinburgh World Missionary Conference in 1910.
In each case, the authors, and especially the editors, highlight the question of denominational
identity and the necessity of conversation between sociologists and theologians.
Each of them dealt with methodological issues, such as structuring the various data-gathering forms and working to maintain the delicate relationship between national denominational
and more local (e.
Last March, a petition containing the names of 55,000 Roman Catholics called on the government not to abolish the denominational
The reduction in free denominational
school travel could save PS100,000 in a full academic year, while limiting post-16 transport to specific local sites would free up PS51,000 during the same period.
Several decisions and empirical evidence indicate that denominational
schools have the right to and, in fact, do hire on the basis of religion.
schools (86 percent) would not admit voucher student transfers from public schools if they were required to exempt the kids from religious instruction or activities.
Finkelstein presided over significant institutional growth at JTS and equally impressive Conservative Jewish denominational