Church

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Church is a religious institution, place of worship, or group of worshipers, usually Christian.

Church may refer to:

Religion[edit]

  • Church (building), is a building used for religious activities, particularly Christian worship service
  • Christian Church, the whole Christian religious tradition through history
    • Christian denomination, an identifiable religious body under a common name, structure, and doctrine within Christianity
    • Local church, the body made up of a church congregation, its members and clergy
    • Local churches (affiliation), a denomination whose places of worship are named "The Church in" followed by the name of a city
  • Church service, a formalized period of Christian communal worship
  • State church, a Christian religious body or creed officially endorsed by a nation's government

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