A point to be emphasized is that there is no tension between the local and the universal sense.
Each church or congregation is the Church in its own setting, and each is a manifestation or concretion of the whole church. This means that there is scope for great flexibility in organization and structure according to particular and varying needs. At the world-wide level it is unlikely that there can ever be more than the loosest practical interconnection. Varying degrees of integration are posible at national, provincial or municipal levels. But the basic unity is always the local church, not in isolation or as a parochially-minded body, but as a concretion of the universal fellowship with a strong sense of belonging to it.
This leads us to the further consideration that the Church is not primarily a human structure like a political, social or economic organism. It is basically the church of Jesus Christ ("my church" Matt.16:18)' or of the living God (1 Tim. 3:15).
The various Biblical descriptions all emphasize this. It is a building of which Jesus Christ is the chief corner-stone or foundation, "an holy temple in the Lord," an habitation of God through the Spirit' (Eph. 2:20f). It is the fellowship of saints or people of God.(cf. 1 Peter. 2:9). It is the bride of Jesus Christ, saved and sanctified by Him for union with Himself (Eph. 5:25f). Indeed, it is the body of Jesus Christ, He being the head or whole body, and Christians the members (Rom. 12:5; 1 Cor. 12:12f; Eph. 4:4,12,16f). As the body, it is the fulness of Christ, who Himself fills all in all (Eph.1:23).
For all its diversity of membership and form, it is to maintain its universality of outreach, yet also its identity and relevance in every age and place. It is apostolic, for it rests on the foundation of apostles and prophets (Eph. 2:20),the apostles being raised up as the first authoritative witnesses (Acts 1:8), whose testimony is basic and by whose teaching it is called, instructed and directed. In all its activity it is thus to "continue stedfastly in the apostles' doctrine and fellowship" (Acts 2:42), not finding apostolicity in mere externals, but in conformity to apostolic teaching and practice as
divinely perpetuated in Holy Scripture.
As long as the Gospel of Jesus Christ is the corner stone of that church, I don't believe it matters so much as the denomination. As long as they teach and practice what the Holy word says.
Blessings to ya
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