Why A “Gospel Hall” And Not A “Church”

The word “church” in the New Testament never refers to a religious building, but rather a called-out company of believers. Believers are to take no other name but what scriptures allow – Christians, disciples, saints, etc. If an assembly has a building for its collective gatherings, it is not a sanctuary in the Biblical sense. Gospel Hall is simply a name for the building that describes what it is used for – primarily the preaching of the gospel.

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