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Gospel Hall is a term used by Christians to refer to their building for its purpose of delivering the Gospel. The word Gospel Hall is not limited to any one denomination or sect in Christianity. In U.S. and Canada some Presbyterian Churches are known to label a facility on their property "Gospel Hall". In Ireland, 20th Century America, and other places and times, some conservative Pentecostal Churches call their building "Gospel Hall". Baptists have been known to use the word Gospel Hall for the building they meet in. In England and Wales, many buildings registered for worship by the Plymouth Brethren and other Brethren groups are called Gospel Halls.
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