[ UK /tʃˈɜːtʃ/ ]
[ US /ˈtʃɝtʃ/ ]
[ US /ˈtʃɝtʃ/ ]
- one of the groups of Christians who have their own beliefs and forms of worship
a service conducted in a house of worship
don't be late for church
the body of people who attend or belong to a particular local church
our church is hosting a picnic next week
a place for public (especially Christian) worship
the church was empty
perform a special church rite or service for
church a woman after childbirth
How To Use church In A Sentence
- To supplement his income, he taught private voice lessons in his home and sang in a church choir.
- The funeral will be held according to church.
- The cost of repairing the fabric of the church was very high.
- The area of domination and control that affected me the longest isn't limited to just my small church. Christianity Today
- Our staff were asked to be bearers at his funeral service held at St Andrew's Church.
- The chapel or church claims greater antiquity than any other in that part of the kingdom; but there is no appearance of this in the external aspect of the present edifice, unless it be in the two eastern windows, which remain unmodernized, and in the lower part of the steeple. The Life of Charlotte Bronte
- How often do you go to church?
- Clinton will fight for the American people, and Obama will sit in a racest church for another 20 years where The "rev" is preaching hate, racism, and black seperatism. Clinton: Put down the Blackberry at home
- I wouldn't have felt properly married if it hadn't been a church wedding.
- The Old Town has a whole collection of churches, palaces and mosques.