As there was no place of worship in this direction, a conference followed the confluence.
"The Astonishing History of Troy Town" by Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
Ten Church of England places of worship exist (1870) on the bank of the river.
"The Romantic Settlement of Lord Selkirk's Colonists" by George Bryce
In his name the holiest oaths are sworn, nevertheless in true worship he has the last place.
"The Days of Mohammed" by Anna May Wilson
They worship him unitedly in one place.
"Adventures in New Guinea" by James Chalmers
The place of animal-worship in the Celtic religion will be more fully considered in a later chapter.
"Celtic Religion in Pre-Christian Times" by Edward Anwyl
It was Mr. Ainslie who first incited the settlers to exert themselves in the erection of a suitable place for worship.
"The Path of Duty, and Other Stories" by H. S. Caswell
To him his garden is a great cathedral, boundless as his wonder, a place of worship.
"Trees, Fruits and Flowers of Minnesota, 1916" by Various
The sacred Vedas bear testimony to the high place it held in Hindu worship and life.
"For Every Music Lover" by Aubertine Woodward Moore
In his day he had his place in a splendid temple of the Sun Worshipers.
"The Lighted Match" by Charles Neville Buck
I recommenced attending a place of worship, and for a short time I attended the Rev.
"Stories of Achievement, Volume III (of 6)" by Various
Then floats the psalm upon the air,
And all the place around
Is breathing worship everywhere,
And drinking in the sound.
"In Kirkconnel Old Churchyard" by Alexander Anderson
Peace may thy servant preach, who now
Comes, as a herald of thy grace,
To lead thy people when they bow
In worship, in this holy place.
"Hymns For Ordination and Installation VII" by John Pierpont
And there was neither court nor fane
Where God's lorn sons of ebon hue,
Though ne'er so humble, could obtain
A place of worship as their due.
"Tribute To Rev. William Paul Quinn" by James Madison Bell
Let us go there to see, this morn,
How, when, and where, the babe was born;
That we may view his blessed face,
And worship Him upon the place.
"Let Us Go To Bethlehem " by Rees Prichard
She is useful and mild, and does her best,
But she is not fair to see,
And we cannot give her your place dear,
Nor worship her as we worship thee.
"A Lament For S. B. Pat Paw" by Louisa May Alcott
They will promptly place a god in the wound,
as in every place, as everywhere,
they will place a god there
for us to worship, because he protects
whatever disunites itself.
"Second Elegy: The Getica" by Nichita Stanescu
After the opening worship — a singer/guitarist and a bongo player alone on the vast, spotlit, blue-green stage — he took his place down front for the announcements.
Send Us Your Place Of Worship For Our Church Roll Call.
The city will collect used grease and cooking oil from homes and places of worship from now through Jan 15.
Saloma Baptist Church is celebrating the annual "Sunday at Green River Lake" on Sunday with all Sunday school, worship and various activities taking place at the Green River Lake State Park.
Their place of worship had stood on 85th Street between Lexington and Park avenues since 1902.
Demonstrate at a consulate, not a place of worship .
The appropriate place for a public political demonstration is at an embassy or consulate, not at a place of worship .
An unusual place of worship .
'Kopimism' gives internet piracy a place to worship.
MADISON AVENUE has always been a place for sun worshipers, whether it was naming brands like Sun, Sunlight, Sunbird, Sunbeam and Sol.
The Big Book of New York: Places of Worship.
CLEVELAND (RNS) They call themselves "Roamin' Catholics," traveling from church to church, looking for a new place to worship since Cleveland's oldest black Catholic church was shut down more than a year ago.
The 2012 National Worship Leader Conference is a great place to participate , check out these opportunities below.
"It is a safe place to worship," said Zahed, where no religious questions will.
Should places of worship be homes for engaged and unsettling activism — or tranquil havens, sealed off from the rough-and-tumble of today's bitter partisan debates.