- mega- + church (Wiktionary)
“But living in the buckle of the Bible Belt in the Ozark mountains, I can say unequivocally that something is very disturbing about what I call the megachurch culture prevalent in the south ...”
“ATLANTA — A fourth young male member of Bishop Eddie Long's megachurch is suing the prominent pastor, claiming Long coerced him into a sexual relationship.”
“An early example of what has become known as a megachurch, the Cathedral at Chapel Hill reached its peak membership in the 1980s and '90s, when the congregation grew to 10,000 or more.”
“s megachurch is suing the prominent pastor, claiming Long coerced him into a sexual relationship ....”
“The shimmering, glass-walled megachurch is home to the “Hour of Power” broadcast, an evangelism staple that’s been on the air for more than three decades.”
“Willis’s depiction of a drab, dull, future megachurch is a representation of a misuse of the word.”
“In Minneapolis, worshippers at the Living Word megachurch comprise a multiracial mix, with a visual scan suggesting that 15–20 percent of the worshippers are nonwhite.”
“The National Association of Evangelicals and other big-name megachurch pastors also have taken an interest, say experts.”
“Tom Wright/The Wall Street Journal A worker stands in front of the Reformed Millenium Cathedral, Jakarta's latest megachurch, which is set to open its doors on Sept. 20.”
“It is familiar ground for the Garden Grove megachurch, which is in the midst of its own financial turmoil.”
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