Churches synonyms

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(In the Roman Catholic Church) A recitation of prayers and devotions for nine consecutive days, especially one to a saint to ask for their intercession
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(Anglican Ch., Episcopal Ch.) A group of church members who manage the temporal affairs of the church
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A Christian church
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(Countable) A large Roman Catholic church.
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A system of church government by priests or other clergy in graded ranks
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A church tribunal or governing body, especially of elders in a Reformed church.
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An altar or chapel endowed for the saying of such masses and prayers.
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A container or receptacle for sacred relics; a reliquary.
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A district without a church of its own, served by a nearby church
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A church or building belonging to an abbey
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Consistency of substance, as in paint, textiles, or wine:
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(Ecclesiastical) Any of several grades of the Christian ministry:
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Service, esp. military service
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(Roman Catholic Church) The principal liturgical service of the Church, including a scripture service and a eucharistic service, which includes the consecration and oblation (offering) of the host and wine. One of the seven sacraments.
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The Eucharistic service, esp. (Divine Liturgy) in the Eastern Orthodox Church
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An answering service.
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Faith is defined as trust or confidence, a belief in religion or God, or a strongly held belief.
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A church
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A case on the altar of a church that contains the consecrated host and wine for the Eucharist
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A religious body or denomination, esp. a small group that has broken away from an established church
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The definition of an edifice is a complex concept or is a large and imposing building.
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(Religion) Region administered by a bishop.
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(Countable) A class, or society of individuals, called by the same name; a sect or religious sub-goup; as, a religious denomination.
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A specific statement of this kind, accepted by a church
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A clerical assembly of the Anglican Church similar to a synod but assembling only when called.
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A Roman Congregation, a main department of the Vatican administration of the universal church
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(Ecclesiastical) The sacrament of the Eucharist received by a congregation.
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A room or recess in a church, set apart for special services and having its own altar
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The principal church of a bishop's diocese which contains an episcopal throne.
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A congregation of Jews for the purpose of worship or religious study.
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The followers of such a religion or sect.
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A belief that can be described by a word ending in -ism.
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A belief or tenet, especially about philosophical or theological matters.
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A body of religious beliefs; a religion:
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Faith, esp. religious faith
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A group of people inside a political party, club, government, etc. working in a common cause against other such groups or against the main body
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The definition of affiliation is the act of connecting or associating with a person or organization.
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The life or condition of a person in a religious order:
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The observance of set forms or rites, as in public worship
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A religious discourse, especially one delivered as part of a service.
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A religious service or set of prayers; esp., Divine Office
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An endowment, or a sum of money paid from such an endowment, for the support of a graduate student, scholar, etc. doing advanced study in some field
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The definition of an ordinance is a rule or law enacted by local government.
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Liturgy; esp., any of the historical forms of the Eucharistic service
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A religion based on the life and teachings of Jesus. Most forms of Christianity hold that Jesus is the son of God and is the second person of the Trinity, through whom humans may attain redemption from sin.
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The service or function at which such acts are performed
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Find another word for churches. In this page you can discover 47 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for churches, like: novenae, vestries, sanctuaries, oratories, hierarchies, consistories, chantries, shrines, missions, abbeys and bodies.