church

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  • Info Church is a religious institution, place of worship, or group of worshipers, usually Christian.
  • The present-day church is probably not the first church that was built on this site.
  • The highest place was assigned to him, both in church and at table.
  • He never joined a church, although he frequently attended with his wife.
  • Her case is to be heard by the church's court.
  • The present-day church is located in the lower part of the village, at the western hill.
  • Churches have their own process of who may use various religious titles.
  • Other trees are placed in most public areas and outside churches.
  • The damage was extensive, with few parts of the early church remaining.
  • Male leadership has been assumed in the church and within marriage, society and government.
  • There are numerous other active churches and places of worship throughout the city.
  • This well is situated across the road from the present day Church of Ireland.
  • She supported her husband in the church's need for formal organization.
  • As governor and church president, Young directed both religious and economic matters.
  • The policy was difficult for many in the church.
  • For three hundred years the area remained in the Church's possession.
  • Non-traditional Christian churches and non-Christian religious groups are active throughout the country.
  • His authority was now extended over church and state.
  • When he appeared either in church or chapter all present rose and bowed.
  • Remains of a Christian church show that the temple was used as a church in later centuries.
  • Church's men shot three or four native men when they were retreating.
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Meaning of church

  • noun One of the groups of christians who have their own beliefs and forms of worship
  • noun A place for public (especially christian) worship
    the church was empty
  • noun The body of people who attend or belong to a particular local church
    our church is hosting a picnic next week
  • verb Perform a special church rite or service for
    church a woman after childbirth