A building used for public Christian worship.
||A tower or turret in which bells are hung.
||A projecting wing or chapel within a church, or a freestanding building, used privately by a family for burial.
||The principal church of a diocese in which the cathedra or bishop's throne is to be found.
||An area of ground belonging to a church, often used as a burial ground.
||A covered gateway at the entrance to a churchyard.
||A building which appears to have fulfilled a ritual, rather than a domestic or industrial, function.
||A tall, narrow tower, circular in cross section. Usually of early Medieval date and associated with, although detached from, a church or monastery.
||A place of worship associated with a sacred person or object.
||A tall, ornamental tower, which usually forms part of a church, temple or other building.
||A school in which instruction is given on a Sunday, especially such a school for children connected with a parish or congregation.
||A room or part of a church where the vestments, vessels and records are kept.