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non-church

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Definition of non-church in English:

adjective

[attributive]
Not relating to or belonging to the Christian Church: non-church institutions people from a non-church background
More example sentences
  • The Filling Station is categorically NOT a Church; it exists to strengthen the local churches by providing a monthly mid-week evening celebration in non-church venues.
  • The majority of people who come from a non-Church background into active membership do so because they have found a Christian way of life in a particular fellowship of Christians.
  • Several non-church members also trickled onto the church yard the first afternoon, perhaps drawn by the music, or perhaps they had heard about the free clinic beforehand.

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