Meeting house


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Meeting house

A house of worship, especially that of the Society of Friends, or Quakers, and the Mormons.

meeting house

A house of worship for some Protestant faiths; also may serve as a center of community activity; usually a notably plain structure, often having a square floor plan.
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As with Milwaukee's Burnham Block, visitors come from around the world, especially Japan, to see the meeting house at 900 University Bay Drive, often combining it with a trip to Wright's home, Taliesin, a few miles away.
"It also reflects the history of the Meeting House, which people will love anyway.
"With a number of guests travelling from abroad it was also great that we could have our wedding ceremony within the grounds of the museum with the Omagh Meeting House providing an intimate setting and a great start to the wedding.
MEETING HOUSE CHAPEL * CARILLON BEACH, FLORIDA * MARY BETH TYSON PHOTOGRAPHY
And Nottingham friends meeting house at: www.nottinghamquakers.org.uk
I did fail to check the denominational link to The Meeting House. My apologies for that oversight.
The next day, however, neighbors rallied to rebuild the local meeting house into a large two-story frame house.
He could stroll from his 1733 home to the area of his original mill and then on to the Quaker meeting house he founded in 1741.
The building is composed of three planning elements, the Administration tower, the circular and transparent Council Chamber and the Meeting House, a spectacular horizontal link with its generous public galleria constructed with an exposed timber structure.
Freedom Trail, a 2.5-mile path through Boston connecting 16 historic sites, could have better access, but access to the Old South Meeting House is superb--thanks to a $ 7 million renovation.
Alison Hyder, minister of the Unitarian Universalist Meeting House. "It's just horrifying."
The London conference began with a spirited rally at the Friends Meeting House (those Quakers don't scrutinize either, the softies!).