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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She told The Gazette that churches in the UK can "reach out an invite to these mega churches in the US, because they are not getting as many people as they want - and not as many funds".
We want women to spray their public toilet seat when traveling through airports, or dining at five star restaurants or places of worship at mega Churches, any public place that has a restroom," said the creator and owner Ms.
James, a researcher and writer on media, religion, and culture, compiles nine chapters that examine the movement of Christian mega churches to countries in the Global South: South Korea, Brazil, Peru, Ghana, Nigeria, Australia, India, and the Philippines.
This center is smack dab in the heart of Johns Creek adjacent to Duluth, Norcross and Alpharetta surrounded by Mega Churches, Five-Country Clubs, Whole Foods, Stoney River Grill, Super Target, High Schools and thousands of middle to very high income residences.
Dozens of them continue to grapple with foreclosures on both small churches and large, multimillion dollar mega churches.
That sort of "mistake" turned out to be made by 12 of the 19 mega churches that appear on both the 2006 and 2007 lists.
fact that the political aspects of black mega churches have not been as
Government grants are minuscule compared to the dollars that mega churches generate," Jakes says.
Mega stores, mega churches and other imposing experiences often make the visitor (particularly a new one) feel lost and guarded from the outset--hardly the impression you'd want to achieve.