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non-denominational

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishnon-denominationalˌnon-denomiˈnational adjective  not relating to one particular religion or religious group a non-denominational school
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non-denominationalWe've opened a non-denominational advisory centre for teenagers.These schools were to be non-denominational and open to inspection.Religious education in these schools is officially non-denominational or biblically based and loyalist sentiments are promoted.St Paul's is a national non-denominational society with 75 ministers.Archbishop McHale, who opposed the non-denominational system, was hoping for a verdict to support his views.It was basically envisaged to be of national proportions as well as non-denominational, with religious instruction given in separate classes.
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