Word Church

Some articles on church, word church:

Place Of Worship - Names Used For Places of Worship - Christianity
... seat of a diocesan bishop within the Catholic church and the Anglican church) Chapel ("Capel" in Welsh) – Presbyterian Church of Wales (Calvinistic ... Church – Anglican, Roman Catholic, Episcopalian, Protestant denominations The word church derives from the Greek ekklesia, meaning the called out ones ... Whilst the word church is used to refer to a Christian place of worship by some Christian denominations including Anglicans and Roman Catholics, other Christian denominations, including the Religious Society of Friends ...

Famous quotes containing the words church and/or word:

    “To me it seems a shocking idea. I despise and loathe myself, and yet you thrust self at me from every corner of the church as though I loved and admired it. All religion does nothing but pursue me with self even into the next world.”
    Henry Brooks Adams (1838–1918)

    Oh! Caesonia, I knew men could despair, but I did not know what that word meant. I thought like, everyone else, that it was an ailment of the soul. But no, it is the body that suffers. My skin hurts, my chest, my limbs. I am feeling lightheaded and nauseated. And the most horrible is this taste in my mouth. Neither blood, nor death, nor fever, but all of them at once.
    Albert Camus (1913–1960)