There are two ways to consider what might be a legitimate church.
Technically Islamic and Jewish places of worship are called Mosques and Temples however when broadly considered a place of worship serves as "church" no matter what the religion.
I Am not an expert on the Universal Lifers but as an ordained minister Jim might pipe in here as to whether his church recognized non-Christian practices; I suspect it might making it truly universal.
I know some Unitarian and Universalist congregations extend their practices beyond traditional Christianity.
I consider those denominations just as valid in their religious practices as conservative Christian ones with a more narrowly defined practice.
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