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Synonyms for church

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those who accept and practice a particular religious belief

of or relating to a church or to an established religion

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The Church does not protest against it," Ernest replied.
I know that the Church has lost the--what you call the proletariat.
Men ought to take heed, of rending God's church, by two kinds of controversies.
Davidson went to church next Sunday he put the hat on without ever looking into the crown.
And the old lady gave the old soldier alms, and went into the church with Karen.
As far as I can see, Italy, for fifteen hundred years, has turned all her energies, all her finances, and all her industry to the building up of a vast array of wonderful church edifices, and starving half her citizens to accomplish it.
I left my bag at the hotel to wait there till I called for it, and, after inquiring the way, set forth on foot for Old Welmingham church.
Then up the lane to the church came the old knight, preceded by ten archers liveried in scarlet and gold.
The inhabitants of Raveloe were not severely regular in their church-going, and perhaps there was hardly a person in the parish who would not have held that to go to church every Sunday in the calendar would have shown a greedy desire to stand well with Heaven, and get an undue advantage over their neighbours-- a wish to be better than the "common run", that would have implied a reflection on those who had had godfathers and godmothers as well as themselves, and had an equal right to the burying-service.
is that church which lends Strength to the spoiler thine?
You're going to church tonight, and how can you face your Maker when you've been breaking one of His laws in the afternoon?
THE REVEREND Curtis Hartman was pastor of the Presbyterian Church of Winesburg, and had been in that position ten years.
I was up to the Methodist church last Sunday morning.
The old bare, gray church, situated at some little distance from the village, looked a lonelier object than usual in the dim starlight.
ABOUT half-past ten the cracked bell of the small church began to ring, and pres- ently the people began to gather for the morning sermon.