church noun (BUILDING) A2 [ C ] a building for Christian religious activities: The town has four churches. a church spire / tower. a church hall (= a building belonging to a church, with a large room for meetings) More examples. They built the church on the edge of the village.
church, in architecture, a building designed for Christian worship. The earliest churches were based on the plan of the pagan Roman basilica (q.v.), or hall of justice.
La Iglesia Anglicana (Church of England) es la iglesia oficial de Inglaterra. Tiene su origen en la ruptura de Enrique VIII con la Iglesia católica en el siglo XVI. En ella se unen aspectos de la tradición católica y de la protestante. Su dirigente oficial es el monarca y su jefe espiritual el Arzobispo de Canterbury.
A church, church building or church house is a building used for Christian worship services and other Christian religious activities. The earliest identified Christian church is a house church founded between 233 and 256. From the 11th through the 14th centuries, there was a wave of church construction in Western Europe .
23 de mar. de 2022 · According to the Bible, the church is the body of Christ—all those who have placed their faith in Jesus Christ for salvation (John 3:16; 1 Corinthians 12:13). Local churches are gatherings of people who claim the name of Christ. Members of a local church may or may not be members of the universal church, depending on the genuineness of their faith.
27 de ene. de 2023 · An investigation has been launched after a heritage-listed Grade II church in north-west London was destroyed by a fire overnight.. Around 80 firefighters from 12 fire engines battled the blaze at ...
29 de ene. de 2023 · To a visitor entering the Northwest Church of Christ in Chicago, Illinois, on a recent Sunday, the assembly might have sounded like the Day of Pentecost.. Distinct voices praised God in English, Korean and Spanish — all at the same time. The diverse crowd of Christians who filled the church’s wooden pews on Chicago’s North Side sang hymns such as “Holy, Holy, Holy,” “Come, We That ...