Church Plural, What is the plural of Church?

Church Plural, What is the plural of Church?

Here we will learn Singular and Plural of Church, meaning of Church, synonyms and example sentences of Church. This basic lesson is very useful for kids and beginners. You will understand the Church and their use in our daily routine conversational sentences.

Meaning of Church

The meaning of Church is a building used for public Christian worship.


Singular and Plural of Church

The plural of Church is Churches. Here are some example sentences and synonyms of Church.

Singular Plural
Church Churches


Synonyms of Church

  • chapel
  • synagogue
  • temple
  • abbeymosque
  • parish
  • sanctuary
  • shrine
  • basilica
  • bethel
  • cathedral
  • chancel
  • chantry
  • fold
  • house of God
  • minster
  • mission
  • oratory
  • tabernacle
  • Lord’s house


Use of Church in Example Sentences

  • They were married in church.
  • On Sundays, they attend church.
  • The closer you are to church, the further you are from God.
  • Churchgoers are not all saints.
  • The church suffered extensive damage as a result of the fire.
  • Badgers had weakened the church’s foundations.
  • Reverend Jones has transferred to a new church.


English has both singular and plural forms for nouns, pronouns, adjectives and verbs. Understanding when to use them correctly is an important part of mastering the language. This basic vocabulary short lesson is very useful for kids and beginners. We have discussed basic synonyms and their use in our daily routine conversational sentences.

Learning English is a challenging process for many people, but fortunately there are plenty of resources to help you along the way. One common grammar issue that ESL students struggle with is singulars and plurals. If your goal is to learn how to use these correctly in sentences, it can be helpful to keep this basic rule in mind- plural nouns have an “-s” added on the end!

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