Definition of Meetinghouse. Meaning of Meetinghouse. Synonyms of Meetinghouse

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Definition of Meetinghouse

Meetinghouse
Meetinghouse Meet"ing*house`, n. A house used as a place of worship; a church; -- in England, applied only to a house so used by Dissenters.

Meaning of Meetinghouse from wikipedia

- A meeting house (meetinghouse, meeting-house) is a building where religious and sometimes public meetings take place. The colonial meeting house in America...
- for building a meetinghouse, as was seen through the continuity of the use of Testimonies within meetinghouse design. While meetinghouse design evolved...
- Church of Providence, Rhode Island, also known as the First Baptist Meetinghouse. It is the oldest Baptist church congregation in the United States, founded...
- Friends Meetinghouse may also refer to: Friends Meetinghouse (Wilmington, Delaware) Friends Meetinghouse (Uxbridge, M****achusetts) Friends Meetinghouse (Casco...
- Barnstable Village–Meetinghouse Way Historic District is a historic district on Meetinghouse Way from County Rd. to Meetinghouse Road in Barnstable,...
- Friends Meetinghouse, Odessa Camden Friends Meetinghouse, Camden, Kent County Centre Meeting and Schoolhouse, Centerville Friends Meetinghouse (Wilmington...
- the war came on March 9–10, 1945, the night of the American "Operation Meetinghouse" raid; as nearly 700,000 incendiary bombs rained on the eastern half...
- component of the standard meetinghouse. The church maintains a virtual tour online of a typical example and also an online meetinghouse locator, which can be...
- Chichester Friends Meetinghouse is a historic Quaker meeting house at 611 Meetinghouse Road near Boothwyn, in Upper Chichester Township, Delaware County...
- The Klein Meetinghouse is a historic Dunkard (Schwarzenau Brethren or Church of the Brethren) meetinghouse in Harleysville, Pennsylvania built in 1843...
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