A building set apart for Christian worship.
A Jewish or heathen temple.
A formally organized body of Christian believers worshiping together.
A body of Christian believers, holding the same creed, observing the same rites, and acknowledging the same ecclesiastical authority; a denomination; as, the Roman Catholic church; the Presbyterian church.
1) The universal Church that is spread throughout the world. 2) The local Church is that of a particular locality, such as a diocese. The Church embraces all its members - on earth, in heaven, in purgatory.
The place where most bells are rung. This is Knighton in Leicester. Supplied by: University of Leicester Society of Change Ringers. Taken by: Mark Banner
a convenient place of course, but not the only place
a gathering of people, but the Kingdom Hall is the place where they meet
the body of people who attend or belong to a particular local church; "our church is hosting a picnic next week"
a body of people who share one thing in common
a cloud of witnesses--this people is a host of witnesses
a comminty that relies upon the contributions of its members, makeing the actions and attitudes of its people very important
a charity body set up to help the community
a community in itself, while being a part of the braoder community it is located in
a hub of a community
a living community, building on the legacy of generations past
the Catholic Church in England and Wales.
at this period there was one Church throughout Europe, governed by the Pope in Rome.
a structure where Catholic masses are held
The Church of England was reformed under Henry VIII in the sixteenth century. It forms part of the one Catholic Church but is no longer in communion with the Bishop of Rome or the Pope. Today the Church of England is the Established Church and the monarch is regarded as its ‘Supreme Governor'. The parish system covers the country so that everyone has access to his or her own parish church. The Church of England is regarded as ‘comprehensive' in that it encompasses a variety of liturgical practices. The doctrine of the Church is said to be contained in the Book of Common Prayer.
a growing online resource designed to co
a unique online directory designed to
a unique online resource designed to connect
a unique online resource designed to conne
a social orginization
a space of encounter, also between religion and culture
a voluntary association that transcends social and political boundaries of all kinds
A church which shall include chapels, temples, and synagogues, is a building used as a place for the public exercise of religion, including facilities for associated social or charitable functions, such as day care centers or nursery schools.
an established way of perceiving, a group of associated entities in your mind. The members interact with and strengthen each other
a big mistake, the phrase Holier then Thou comes to mind
a monument to mistakes
a business at the core and needs customers to buy in
a means to help those in need, not help yourselves
a serious worldwide problem that needs to be addressed without delay
a divinely appointed lighthouse which is equipped to emit rays of gospel light into a darkened world
a society constituted upon principles divinely revealed
a society emphatically for the suppression of all vice and for the encouragement of all virtue
a family, and healthy families find no need to compete
a family from a wide variety of cultures and languages
a family where everyone has a unique responsibility as a family member
a hospital for sinners, not a blameless organization of prideful hypocrites
a hospital for sinners, not a museum for saints
a hospital for sinners, not a rest home for saints
a living organization and as yet I have not found a link which expresses as well as I would like what is special about Methodism as opposed to any other denomination
a multi-billion dollar organization with deep pockets and plenty of high-paid lawyers, this is truly a case of David against Goliath
an organization that does indeed keep the Law of Yah