THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH UNITED - "CHURCH WITH OUT WALLS"

 Holy Communion Of Churches - 3rd Provincial Metropolis

 

                   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                                 "The weapons of our warfare are not carnal, but mighty through God

                                                         to the pulling down of strong holds" 2 Corinthians 10:4 (KJV)

   

 

Christian Church United

church [church]

noun (plural church·es)
1.  a building for public worship, especially in the Christian religion
2.  all the followers of a religion, especially the Christian religion, considered collectively
3.  a religious service that takes place in a church
4.  the clergy as distinct from lay people
5.  religious authority as opposed to the authority of the state
6.  a denomination or branch of the Christian religion

Christian Church United

Christian [kríschən]
noun (plural Chris·tians)
1. believer in Jesus Christ as savior: somebody whose religion is Christianity
2. Malaysia christianity Same as Protestant (sense 1)
adjective
1. christianity from teachings of Jesus Christ: based on or relating to a belief in Jesus Christ as the Son of God and the Messiah, and acceptance of his teachings, contained in the Gospels
2. relating to Christianity: relating to Christianity, or belonging to or maintained by a Christian organization, especially a church
  • Christian theology
  • a Christian school
  • 3. kind and unselfish: showing qualities such as kindness, helpfulness, and concern for others

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               Church - (building), a building designed for worship for groups of Christians. It may be small and simple, just large enough to hold a neighborhood congregation; or it may be huge and complicated, containing different spaces for various religious activities and observances, as in a grand cathedral. All churches are built for sacred purposes, but because many branches of Christianity exist, no single type of church building predominates. Some Christians worship with little ceremony, some with elaborate ritual; some make use of statues and paintings, some do not. Thus, churches vary in appearance, having been planned to suit one or another kind of religious practice.

     

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