History. Anglicans derive their theology and worship practices from the Church of England, which split away from the Roman Catholic Church in 1533 by order of Henry VIII, king of England. Anglicans retained Catholic church structure (replacing the Pope with the King) and many other aspects of Catholic worship, discarding celibacy for the clergy, veneration of relics, Mariolatry and a few others.
Pentecostals derive from the loosely organized Anabaptist movement which arose at the same time as most Protestant movements. Their church organization tends to be congregational (having no formal connection between congregations), and worship focuses on ecstatic experiences such as are reported to have occured at Pentecost.
The difference is almost the same as Lutheran and pentecostal
The most well-known difference between the Pentecostal church and SDA is that Pentecostal churches believe in the gift of speaking in tongues while the SDA emphasizes the observance of the 7th Day Sabbath (Friday at sundown to Saturday at sundown).
there are so many, the most popular are Roman Catholic, Anglican and United Churches, then of course there is Baptist, Pentecostal and Judaism.
The answer really depends on the churches being compared. There's significantly less difference, for example, between an Anglican church and an Episcopal church than there is between a Pentecostal church and a Wiccan church. A church is basically a gathering of individuals who believe in a particular religion using particular "house rules" for implementing that belief and/or religion.
Baptist, Anglican, Roman Catholic, Pentecostal, Church of God, Methodist, and other christianity sects.
Quite simply, the bread and wine received at a Pentecostal church would not be Holy Communion.
The main difference between prayers in Roman Catholic and Anglican churches, and those in nonconformist churches is that they are far less rigid and structured in the nonconformist churches. The prayers in both Roman Catholic and Anglican churches tend to follow specific structures and guidelines.
They are closely aligned in theology (except for Sydney Anglican) however the most obvious difference is that they are structured differently. The Uniting Church operates as a council-based church (no one person can make decisions on their own) and the Anglican church operates with Bishops etc - hierarchically.
There is basically no difference in the doctrines of the two organizations. Both believe in water baptism in Jesus' name and the infilling of the Holy Ghost, as evidenced by speaking in tongues. Although both used to believe and teach that women should not wear jewelry, pants, or makeup, many churches in the Pentecostal Assemblies of the World have gotten away from that strict discipline, while most of the United Pentecostal Churches are holding on to that teaching.
The difference between the catholic, Pentecostal and Baptist beliefs is that the catholic church focuses on Mary and the Pope, while the Pentecostals take the whole Bible literally and believe that all of the Bible is relevant for today's world while the Baptist pick and choose which parts of the Bible they wish to apply to modern day life.
Lithuanian is a national and ethnic identity, referring to someone from the country of Lithuania. Religiously, most Lithuanians are Catholic Christians (about 80%). Pentecostal is a Christian religious movement, referring to someone who believes in the baptism of the Holy Spirit and visible manifestations of the gifts of the Holy Spirit. A Pentecostal can be a member of a non-denominational congregation, a member of a Pentecostal denomination (like the Assemblies of God), or a Charismatic member of a non-Pentecostal denomination (like the Catholic Church).
Roman Catholic (35.8%), Anglican Church (25.1%, United Church (15.5%) and Pentecostal churches (6.5%). The remainder are non Christians.