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Church may refer to:


  • Religion 1
  • People 2
  • Places 3
    • UK 3.1
    • US 3.2
  • Art, entertainment, and media 4
    • Fictional entities 4.1
    • Film 4.2
    • Music 4.3
      • Groups 4.3.1
      • Albums 4.3.2
      • Songs 4.3.3
  • Computing and technology 5
  • Other uses 6
  • See also 7


  • Church (building), is a building used for religious activities, particularly Christian worship service
  • Christian Church, the whole Christian religious tradition through history
    • the western (Roman) Catholic Church, the largest Christian religious organisation.
    • the eastern Orthodox Church
    • Broad church, (from Anglicanism) an organization encompassing a broad range of opinion on doctrine and practice
    • Local church, the body made up of a church congregation, its members and clergy
    • Simple church, an Evangelical Christian movement
    • State church, a Christian religious body or creed officially endorsed by a nation's government
  • Church (sociology of religion), religious denominations that are all-embracing of religious expression within a society
  • Church service, a formalized period of Christian communal worship





Art, entertainment, and media

Fictional entities




  • Chvrches, an electropop trio from Glasgow, Scotland
  • The Church (band), an Australian psychedelic rock band formed in Sydney in 1980



Computing and technology

Other uses

See also

  • Church Committee, 1975 United States Senate Select Committee to Study Governmental Operations with Respect to Intelligence Activities
  • Religious organisation
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