Margaret Eadie Wedgwood Benn (née Holmes) (1897 – 1991), also known as Viscountess Stansgate, was a dedicated British theologian, the President of the Congregational Federation, and an advocate of women\s rights. In her youth, in the 1920s, she was a member of the League of the Church Militant which was the predecessor of the \Movement for the Ordination of Women\ and was rebuked by the Archbishop of Canterbury for advocating the ordination of women. Over the Twentieth Century, many UK congregationalists became convinced of the merits of ecumenical cooperation. The majority of Congregational churches moved to union with the Presbyterian Church of England in 1972, and the re-formed Association of Churches of Christ (in 1981). However, significant minorities did not share this conviction. A significant group left the Congregational Union on the formation of the Congregational Church
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