'Church' with a capital C refers to the Universal Church as founded by Jesus Christ, usually referred to as the Catholic Church but taken by some to mean all Christian denominations.
Example: 'The Church was founded by Jesus Christ.'
'church' with a small case C would usually refer to the building used in worship.
Example: 'There is a church on the corner of Park and Main Streets.' Or 'There are no Lutheran churches in my home town.'
A church is any gathering or people (from 2 upwards!) to worship, and also is the name of the building in which they worship - of any size.
A cathedral is any building that houses the 'cathedra' - the throne of the bishop of a diocese - an area of land (usually county-sized) over which the bishop has pastoral care and authority.
Usually the cathedral is the largest and lost impressive church in the diocese, although this is not always so. In the UK some churches are larger than many cathedrals and some cathedrals are no bigger than a small church - but it is the throne - the cathedra - which gives the church the honor of being called a cathedral.
In political science, a "nation" refers to a group of people who feel bound into a single body by shared culture, values, folkways, religion and/or language. A "state" just refers to a patch of land with a sovereign government. States often coincide with nations (and are called "nation-states," but not always. States that overlap multiple nations tend to have civil wars; states that exclude parts of a nation tend to have wars with the neighboring state(s) that contain the rest of the nation.
The difference between a church and a cathedral is that a cathedral is a church that also serves as the seat of the bishop. The cathedral is usually the main church of the dioceses.
The Church of Ireland is Protestant, while the Catholic church is Catholic.
The Church of England doesn't answer to the Pope in Rome but the Roman Catholic Church does.
The major difference is that the Orthodox Church does not recognize the primacy of the Bishop of Rome - the pope.
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differences between the chruch and school?
A major difference between Methodists and Congregationalists is the fact that the Methodist church has bishops while the Congregationalists elect their deacons in the church. The Methodist church also has creeds and the lectionary that are similar to the Church of England.
a synagouge is the temple of the jews. a church is the temple of the christians.
Christian churches can be denominational, but not all are.
Rome is in Italy and Paris is in France.
ukrainian catholic church is really protestant I do believe