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İngilizce - Türkçe
kutsa
kutsama
church
kilise

En yakın kilise nerede? - Where's the nearest church?

Katolik kilisesine inanmayan insanlar bile Papa'ya sembolik bir lider olarak saygı duyuyorlar. - Even people who don't believe in the Catholic church venerate the Pope as a symbolic leader.

church
mezhep
church
papazlık
church
kiliseye
church
{i} hristiyan alemi
church
kilise ayini
church
kilise ile ilgili

Ben kilise ile ilgili fotoğraflarınızı sevdim. - I loved your pics from the church!

church
hristiyan toplumu
church
hristiyan din adamları
church
{i} (Hristiyanlık) mezhep
church
kilise disiplinine tabi tutmak
church
kilisede şükran duası etmek
church
{i} hristiyanlıkla ilgili cemaat
church
{i} cemaat
İngilizce - İngilizce
{n} the act of giving thanks in the church after childbirth, service in the church
Church
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints: used with proceeding the
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A group of people who follow the same Christian religious beliefs, local or general

Be shepherds of the church of God, which he bought with his own blood.

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To educate someone religiously, as in in a church
church
To conduct a religious service for (a woman) after childbirth

Than, aftir the lady was delyverde and churched, there cam a knyght unto her .

church
{s} of or pertaining to church
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{v} to return thanks after childbirth
church
{n} a place of divine worship, assembly or body of christians, congregation
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a place for public (especially Christian) worship; "the church was empty"
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n gereja
church
a building for public Christian worship; a corporate name applied to all Christians
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There are several questions people ask in getting to know one and another, and one of the oddest (in Christian rooms) is, "what church do you go to?" I mean, if you reply "Sweet Town Baptist Church", what does that say? Only the two other people in Sweet Town would be knowledgable of the name, so all that's left of interest is the religion So why not just ask, "What religion are you?" Well, since religions don't matter and we should all be one in Christ Jesus, then that question should be irrelevant as well, which really renders the whole "church" question meaningless!
church
A place to control without having to be accountable
church
a place for public (especially Christian) worship; "the church was empty" one of the groups of Christians who have their own beliefs and forms of worship the body of people who attend or belong to a particular local church; "our church is hosting a picnic next week" perform a special church rite or service for; "church a woman after childbirth
church
The English word comes from the Greek word kurios, meaning, "master" or "lord " A form of this word, kuriakon, had the meaning of "…pertaining to, or belonging to the lord " Originally, the word referred to the building used by the Lord's people However, the French and other Romance languages get their word for church from the another Greek word - ekklesia (lit "called out") - in French, eglise, which means an assembly of people We use both terms when speaking of the church; we speak of the building and of the people inside the building It is interesting to note that when the Bible speaks of the church, the word used is ekklesia The Bible's authors never thought of the church as a building When the word is capitalized, it usually refers to the universal, or catholic church
church
This term has two basic meanings: its most universal meaning is that of the Community of the Believers in Jesus, which finds its fullness in the Catholic Communion In a more narrow, yet no less important sense, "church" also means a group of Catholics who are 1) *sui iuris, or otherwise known as a *"Particular Church," or self-governing (by their own hierarchy: patriarch, major archbishop, exarch or metropolitan), and 2), if also in communion with the See of Rome, is "Catholic "
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A Jewish or heathen temple
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A body of Christian believers, holding the same creed, observing the same rites, and acknowledging the same ecclesiastical authority; a denomination; as, the Roman Catholic church; the Presbyterian church
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A church is a building in which Christians worship. You usually refer to this place as church when you are talking about the time that people spend there. one of Britain's most historic churches. St Helen's Church I didn't see you in church on Sunday
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The collective body of Christians
church
Article 4-506 Institutional & Uses of Community Significance
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A house set apart for public worship
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A Church is one of the groups of people within the Christian religion, for example Catholics or Methodists, that have their own beliefs, clergy, and forms of worship. co-operation with the Catholic Church Church leaders said he was welcome to return. American painter and leader of the Hudson River School. His works include Heart of the Andes (1859). Building for Christian worship. The earliest Western churches were based on the plan of the Roman basilica. In Constantinople, Anatolia, and Eastern Europe, the Orthodox church adopted the symmetrical Greek-cross plan, which had four wings of equal size projecting from a central, square, domed area (see Byzantine architecture). The late 11th century saw increased complexity in cathedrals, but the innovative hall church did not establish itself until the 14th century. The basilica and hall church dominated Western church design until the mid-20th century. Modernization of rituals and an innovative spirit have resulted in architectural experimentation that sometimes departs completely from traditional forms. In Christian doctrine, the religious community as a whole, or an organized body of believers adhering to one sect's teachings. The word church translates the Greek ekklesia, used in the New Testament for the body of faithful and the local congregation. Christians established congregations modeled on the synagogue and a system of governance centred on the bishop. The Nicene Creed characterized the church as one (unified), holy (created by the Holy Spirit), catholic (universal), and apostolic (historically continuous with the Apostles). The schism of Eastern and Western churches (1054) and the Reformation (16th century) ended institutional unity and universality. St. Augustine stated that the real church is known only to God, and Martin Luther held that the true church had members in many Christian bodies and was independent of any organization. African Methodist Episcopal Church AME Church Christ Church of Church of Christ Scientist church and state church mode Church Alonzo Church Frederic Edwin Confessing Church Coptic Orthodox Church Orthodox Catholic Church Eastern rite church Eastern Catholic church England Church of Episcopal Church Protestant Ethiopian Orthodox church Greek Orthodox Church hall church Legion of Mary Church Maronite Church Moravian Church Native American Church New Church Old Catholic church Old Church Slavonic language Old Church Slavic language Reformed church Russian Orthodox Church Scientology Church of stave church Zionist church Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Unification Church World Council of Churches
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one of the groups of Christians who have their own beliefs and forms of worship the body of people who attend or belong to a particular local church; "our church is hosting a picnic next week"
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The Church is the collective entity that is linked to the one true Source of Reason, the LOGOS Jesus is at the head of the church which is also called the body of Christ The Church is the only divinely authorized collective entity All others are temporal
church
Any body of worshipers; as, the Jewish church; the church of Brahm
church
A religious organization devoted to the worship of one or more deities A church consists of a body of worshipers and a corresponding ecclesiastical hierarchy
church
A building set apart for Christian worship
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The word is used in two senses: the visible and the invisible church The visible church consists of all the people that claim to be Christians and go to church The invisible church is the actual body of Christians; those who are truly saved The true church of God is not an organization on earth consisting of people and buildings, but is really a supernatural entity comprised of those who are saved by Jesus It spans the entire time of man's existence on earth as well as all people who are called into it We become members of the church (body of Christ) by faith (Acts 2: 41) We are edified by the Word (Eph 4: 15,16), disciplined by God (Matt 18: 15-17), unified in Christ (Gal 3: 28), and sanctified by the Spirit (Eph 5: 26,27)
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All Christians who are considered as one body
church
the body of people who attend or belong to a particular local church; "our church is hosting a picnic next week"
church
(from Greek ekklesia, "summoned group"; compare "ecclesiastical") The designation traditionally used for a specifically Christian assembly or body of people, and thus also the building or location in which the assembled people meet, and by extension also the specific organized sub-group within Christianity (e g Catholic, Protestant, Methodist, etc ); similar to synagogue and kahal in Judaism
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A time of public worship; a worship service
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(1) A building which is used for worship (2) The community of Christians
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1) an assembly of Christian believers 2) All Christian believers everywhere
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perform a special church rite or service for; "church a woman after childbirth"
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Certain characteristics are generally attributed to churches These attributes of a church have been developed by the IRS and by court decisions They include: distinct legal existence; recognized creed and form of worship; definite and distinct ecclesiastical government; formal code of doctrine and discipline; distinct religious history; membership not associated with any other church or denomination; organization of ordained ministers; ordained ministers selected after completing prescribed courses of study; literature of its own; established places of worship; regular congregations; regular religious services; Sunday schools for the religious instruction of the young; schools for the preparation of its ministers Topic areas: Fundraising and Financial Sustainability, Governance, Accountability and Evaluation, Volunteer Management, Operations Management and Leadership
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A Christian religious organization, local or general
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perform a special church rite or service for; "church a woman after childbirth
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"the distinctive people of God called by him through his mission and set aside for mission" (Van Rheenen 1996b, 31); "God's instrument for God's mission" (Guder 1998, 8)
church
building used as a Christian place of worship
church
To bless according to a prescribed form, or to unite with in publicly returning thanks in church, as after deliverance from the dangers of childbirth; as, the churching of women
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G1577 ekklesia, ek-klay-see'-ah; from a comp of G1537 and a der of G2564; a calling out, i e (concr ) a popular meeting, espec a religious congregation (Jewish synagogue, or Chr community of members on earth or saints in heaven or both): --assembly, church
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A Christian house of worship; a building where religious services take place
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In the New Testament, the ekklesia In the Bible, this has no reference whatever to buildings or organizations but to the called-out assembly, the covenant people of God In the overwhelming number of cases, the church or ekklesia of both the Old and New Testaments is the visible covenant community in a particular locale or region Under the authority of elders (godly heads of households), it unites on the first day of the week to hear the preaching of the Word, to receive the sacraments, and to preserve and perpetuate the Christian Faith The church is one aspect of the kingdom of God, but it is not the kingdom itself
church
A formally organized body of Christian believers worshiping together
church
All believers who confess Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord and who are united in one body with Christ as the head are called the church of Christ The word also refers to the local congregation of believers, or a denomination
church
{f} take to church; conduct a special service (in thanks for the safe delivery of a child)
church
a service conducted in a church; "don't be late for church"
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as, to array the power of the church against some moral evil
church
The aggregate of religious influences in a community; ecclesiastical influence, authority, etc
church
A building, together with its accessory buildings and use; where persons regularly assemble for religious purposes and which building, together with its accessory buildings and uses, is maintained and controlled by a religious body organized to sustain religious ceremonies and purposes
church
one of the groups of Christians who have their own beliefs and forms of worship
church
{i} building in which Christians meet to worship; public worship; members of a religious denomination; denomination; leaders of a religious body; organized religion
church
The English word comes from the Greek word kurios, meaning, "master" or "lord " A form of this word, kuriakon, had the meaning of " pertaining to, or belonging to the lord " Originally, the word referred to the building used by the Lord's people However, the French and other Romance languages get their word for church from the another Greek word - ekklesia (lit "called out") - in French, eglise, which means an assembly of people We use both terms when speaking of the church; we speak of the building and of the people inside the building It is interesting to note that when the Bible speaks of the church, the word used is ekklesia The Bible's authors never thought of the church as a building When the word is capitalized, it usually refers to the universal, or catholic church
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