And under definition #13 the meeting home of 2x2ism is a "church building" made with hands.
I stress that these are CURRENT dictionary definitions, not historical definitions, in which 2x2ism would not fit any histrical definition of the word "church."
a building for public Christian worship.
public worship of God or a religious service in such a building:
to attend church regularly.
(sometimes initial capital letter) the whole body of Christian believers; Christendom.
(sometimes initial capital letter) any division of this body professing the same creed and acknowledging the same ecclesiastical authority; a Christian denomination:
the Methodist Church.
that part of the whole Christian body, or of a particular denomination, belonging to the same city, country, nation, etc.
a body of Christians worshipping in a particular building or constituting one congregation:
She is a member of this church.
ecclesiastical organization, power, and affairs, as distinguished from the state:
separation of church and state; The missionary went wherever the church sent him.
the clergy and religious officials of a Christian denomination.
the Christian faith:
a return of intellectuals to the church.
(initial capital letter) the Christian Church before the Reformation.
(initial capital letter) the Roman Catholic Church.
the clerical profession or calling:
After much study and contemplation, he was prepared to enter the church.
a place of public worship of a non-Christian religion.
any non-Christian religious society, organization, or congregation:
the Jewish church.
verb (used with object)
to conduct or bring to church, especially for special services.
South Midland and Southern U.S. to subject to church discipline.
to perform a church service of thanksgiving for (a woman after childbirth).
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