There are more different religious groups in the United States than anywhere else on Earth.
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These churches are distinguished by their emphasis on liturgical worship, including the use of orders for worship that date (with modifications) back to the earliest days of the Christian church, highly patterned and formal worship, and provision of orders for worship for different times during the day and different seasons of the church year.
Liturgical churches also make use of creeds that summarize their faith and celebrate seven sacraments.
They also embrace belief in apostolic succession, the concept that they stand in an unbroken line of authority that reaches back to the Apostles.
The Eastern Liturgical Family includes the Eastern Orthodox churches, the two largest of which in the United States are the Greek and Russian Orthodox churches.They share the liturgical characteristics of the Western Liturgical churches but are organized along national lines.The Lutheran Family traces its history back to the beginnings of the Protestant Reformation in Europe in the 1500s.Martin Luther and the German princes who supported him brought about a break with the Catholic tradition of which they were a part and began the branch of Christianity that came to be called Protestantism.The Reformed-Presbyterian Family also traces its heritage back to the Protestant Reformation, but primarily to John Calvin rather than Luther.It includes churches such as the Presbyterian, Reformed, and Congregationalist.