United Reformed Communion
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|United Reformed Communion|
|Absorbed||Free Church of Gelonia (incorporated 1983)|
|Members||2,424,000 adherents (2018)|
The United Reformed Communion (Latin: Communio Unitas Reformati) is a Reformed Protestant denomination in Latium with about 2.5 million adherents. The Reformed Communion was first founded during the Reformation, and claims separation from the Fabrian Catholic Church. It became a union of Reformed churches following the Xth Latin-Gelonian War in the mid 17th century, and the absorption of the first Church of Gelonia.