Definition of megachurch in English:

megachurch

Syllabification: me·ga·church
Pronunciation: /ˈmeɡəCHərCH
 
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noun

US
A church with an unusually large congregation, typically one preaching a conservative or evangelical form of Christianity.
More example sentences
  • Tonight, we will hear from the former volunteer at Haggard megachurch.
  • In the northern Dallas suburb of Prosper, a new mega-church has just opened.
  • Nothing came to symbolise the power of the evangelical movement more than the rise of mega-churches, especially in staunchly Republican areas.

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