megachurch

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meg·a·church

 (mĕg′ə-chûrch′)
n.
A large, usually nondenominational worship group, especially one formed as an offshoot of a Protestant church.

megachurch

(ˈmɛɡəˌtʃɜːtʃ)
n
(Ecclesiastical Terms) US a church, usually Protestant, with a very large congregation, typically housed in a complex offering sophisticated multimedia presentations and a range of secular facilities and services
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In its bankruptcy petition, the mega church said it had an estimated $10 million to $50 million in liabilities and assets.
The videos include commentaries from well known African figures such as the late Ghanaian theologian Kwame Bediako, Zimbabwean theologian and Methodist bishop Eben Nhiwatiwa, Ghanaian Catholic archbishop Peter Kwesi Sarpong, and Ghanaian charismatic mega church leader Mensa Otabil, as well as other church leaders, including from Pentecostal, independent, and mainline churches.
A Blackstone Valley real estate agent who showed the brothers an old American Legion hall in Millville when they were first looking for a church building said David Stanley told him it was too small - their dream was to build a 60,000-seat mega church nearly the size of Gillette Stadium.
Mayor Julian Castro shared a podium with mega church minister Max Lucado and Imam Omar Shakir, sending a united message at Temple Beth-El that this city's Sikh community can count on their loyal friendship.
Mega church pastor Joel Osteen, country superstar Martina McBride, multimillionaire entrepreneur Chris Gardner, comedienne Whoopi Goldberg, NBA superstar Dikembe Mutombo, and world-renowned flutist Sir James Galway are some of the celebrities who strongly believe that true success has nothing to do with luck.