Church hall

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Pöytyä church hall in Finland during a 2008 July day.
The All Saints Church hall in Canberra, Australia being used for a community dance in November 2015.

A church hall or parish hall is a room or building associated with a church, generally for community and charitable use.[1] In smaller and village communities, it is often a separate building near the church, while on more restricted urban sites it may be in the basement or a wing of the main church building. Activities in the hall are not necessarily religious, but parts of local community life, similarly to in an assembly hall.

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