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kitchen-table church

kitchen-table church
 n.— «The movement has already had some quick success: In just four years, Pastor Verschelden has founded a church in St. Felix, north of Joliette, called Eglise du Rocher Vivant, and another, Renaissance Bible Church, in Rawdon, northwest of Joliette, and has recently started what is known as a “kitchen-table church” in the town proper.» —“Saving souls in Quebec” by Mark Thoburn National Post (Don Mills, Ontario, Canada) Dec. 26, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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