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A church was a type of religious facility in Human religion.

The novel The Big Good-Bye mentioned Trinity Church, a church in Manhattan in New York City. (TNG: "The Big Goodbye")

Mrs. Carmichael, an inhabitant of 19th century San Francisco, had some acting experience from being in church plays when she was a lass. (TNG: "Time's Arrow, Part II")

In 2053, during world War III, the East Fork Presbyterian Church in Richmond, Indiana was used as a refuge by a few hundred people. They believed they were about to die in a nuclear attack, but before this could happen, the church and its occupants were transported to the Beta Quadrant planet Terralysium, where it became a shrine in a new religion. (DIS: "New Eden")

In 2367, Doctor Noonian Soong mentioned churches as one of the old things that humans found fascinating. (TNG: "Brothers")

A church was part of the Fair Haven holoprogram. In 2376, Harry Kim mentioned the church as one of many possibilities for what to try and save first after USS Voyager's holodeck malfunctioned. (VOY: "Fair Haven")

The Caldos colony had a church building near its cemetery. (TNG: "Sub Rosa")

The building was only seen in the background and not explicitly identified as a church, but since it looked like one, and the colony was explicitly said to be designed to mimic Scotland, it can be assumed this building was set down to either mimic a church or functioned as one.

In 2376, Tom Paris suggested going to church as a easier way for B'Elanna Torres to explore her spirituality. (DS9: "Barge of the Dead")

Churches were also often mentioned in descriptive sections of scripts, including in the scripts for "We'll Always Have Paris", "Eye of the Beholder", "Starship Down", "Rightful Heir", "Apocalypse Rising", "The Reckoning", and Star Trek V: The Final Frontier.

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