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house church

n
1. (Christian Churches, other) a group of Christians meeting for worship in a private house
2. (Ecclesiastical Terms) a nondenominational charismatic Church movement
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Some Christian groups assert that hundreds of thousands of Iranians have converted clandestinely to Christianity under the Islamic Republic and are worshiping secretly in what is called the house church movement.
In 2012, Iranian police arrested between 100 and 400 Christians and thrown them into prisons on charges of "creating illegal groups", "participating in a house church service", "propagation against the Islamic regime" and "defaming Islamic holy figures through Christian evangelizing." In 2013, an Iranian convert from Islam to Christianity was sentenced to a decade in prison for proselytizing.
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