house of worship

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For a full listing of events at the Bahai House of Worship in Wilmette, visit lightofunity.
People tell us that we are designing this House of Worship.
Today, the old Pioneer Church is surrounded by gravesites and still serves as an Episcopalian house of worship every Sunday.
The diocese of New Westminster will participate in creating an "inter-spiritual centre" with a shared house of worship in a new "sustainable urban neighbourhood" planned on the southeast corner of Vancouver's False Creek.
I thought the best place to try would be a temple, so I went to a Public House of Worship.
Although a serious house of worship, rat spotting has become prime tourist activity.
For purposes of the study, FBOs were defined as organizations that hold religious or worship services or are affiliated with a religious denomination or house of worship.
Not so long ago, it would have been unthinkable for a house of worship to demand public support to spruce up its physical facilities--and it would have been unthinkable for our nation's highest court to grant it.
However, the biggest consideration in lighting a house of worship is using these elements intentionally to create environments in which people come to pray.
ERZyNCAN (CyHAN)- Turkish President Abdullah GE-l paid a visit to cemevi, Alevi house of worship, on Friday to "listen to demands of Alevi citizens.
NEW DELHI--On the 25th anniversary of the opening of the Baha'i House of Worship here, Delhi's Chief Minister praised the impact the temple has made on Indian society, and beyond.
Bratton and Councilman Dennis Zine have backed rules banning dispensaries within 1,000 feet of any school, day-care facility, church or other house of worship.
A historic house of worship that no longer has an active congregation and isn't used for regular worship--a structure that functions as a museum--can reasonably receive tax aid alongside an art or history museum.