meeting house


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meeting house

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meetinghouse

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1. (Protestantism) the place in which certain religious groups, esp Quakers, hold their meetings for worship
2. (Anthropology & Ethnology) Also called: wharepuni NZ a large Māori tribal hall

meet•ing•house

(ˈmi tɪŋˌhaʊs)
n.
a building for religious worship.
[1625–35]
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genus Aquilegia - columbine
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References in classic literature ?
Our farm is away off from everywheres, but our school and meeting house is at Temperance, and that's only two miles.
The curved Art Nouveau-style window stands in the Quaker Friends Meeting House on Cambridge Road.
The Unitarian Meeting House was completed in 1951 when Wright was 84.
The meeting house, founded in 1827, is part of the Museum of African American History.
Creased Cards is currently located at 6 Meeting House Lane, Brighton and will move on Tuesday 22nd August to 10 Meeting House Lane, Brighton.
design, bidding and construction oversight services for the interior renovation of the meeting house including mechanical, code and ada compliance and general building renovations.
As Julie looked around the interior of the 18th-Century Coanwood Meeting House near Haltwhistle, the seeds were sown for a creative project.
As Julie looked around the interior of the 18th Century Coanwood Meeting House near Haltwhistle, the seeds were sown for a creative project.
simplicity, and peace became materialized in a newly conceived Meeting House. Dubbed "The Light," the centerpiece skylight of the main space, located in a building dating to the 1920s, was created through the removal of a ceiling that had been added in the 1980s.
A play about the life of this remarkable woman, Red Flag over Bermondsey: The Ada Salter Story, is coming to Huddersfield Quaker Meeting House on Saturday, June 6, at 7.30pm, Written by Lynn Morris, who previously dramatised the life of 17th century Quaker Elizabeth Hooton, the story looks at both the public and private life of Ada, who became the first female councillor in London and then the first woman mayor.
The conference will take place from 11am to 4.30pm at the Quaker Meeting House, 22 School Lane, Liverpool, Merseyside L1 3BT.
■East Blackstone Quaker Meeting House & Cemetery Historical Association will hold an Ecumenical Service and Dine-out Fundraiser on Sept.