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church house

A building used for the social and secular activities of a parish.
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Dorothy Tam, program assistant in the office of financial development and planning at Church House in Toronto, maintains a toll-free number (1-888-439-4438) for donors and keeps in touch with many of them.
Meetings are held at Church House, Main Street, Bilton, on the fourth Wednesday of the month at 7.30pm and the entrance fee of pounds 1 includes light refreshment.
There are 20 staff members at the PWRDF office at Church House and Mr.
The auditions are at Church House, next to St Andrew's Parish Church in Church Street, on Sunday, May 7.
Casting will take place next month and they are asking nine to 20 year olds to audition at Church House, next to St Andrew's Parish Church in Church Street, this Sunday.
A pounds 495,378 restoration scheme was due to start in the spring before evidence of the tiny bat was discovered in the Church House walls in St Bartholomew's churchyard.
The meeting will be held at Church House, in Shirley, at 7.45pm, and organisers say everyone is welcome to go along.
Bistro Franc, in Church House, close to Liverpool One.
AWINTER sale will be held on February 7 at Roath Church House, Waterloo Road, Roath, from 10.30am to noon.
"The apartments on the top floors of the Church House development will have fantastic views," said Mr Monk.
One view of the grounds at Church House, all encircled by security fencing Church House at Broome near Stourbridge, a seven bedroom Georgian house in 3.75 acres with swimming pool and wooded grounds.
The money will pay for upgrading work at Once Brewed on Hadrian's Wall, Church House at Rothbury and Ingram Visitor Centre.