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  • I think the longest it has ever taken to is several hundred years. But then it depends on your definition... If a church is a big building full of pomp and symbolism then at least a year. If it is a place to worship god then all you need is somewhere for people to sit and a space at the front for the speaker so no time at all. If it is a place where god listens to you then either all places will do or none will.
  • Depends on how much money your church membership has and how much room you need for them. If you go back to basics and pray in the park, it doesn't take long at all.
  • I believe each person themself is a church, and it takes 9 months to make a person. "Know ye not that ye are the temple of God, and that the Spirit of God dwelleth in you?" - 1 Cor 3:16 Also, wherever a congragation of believers forms a church, so wherever you gather together in God's name you have there a church among you. "For where two or three are gathered in my name, I am there among them." - Matthew 18:20 Where ever it is that the members of your congregation are gathering, whether it is in a basement, a living room, a gym, or even a muddy field, God is there among you. And whenever you take a moment to pray, there He is also within you. Don't worry about the physical building. It will get done when it's done. Perhaps you can ask someone in charge as to when it will be finished.
  • depends on money available for constructions, contractors available to construct, materials available to build... could take up to 3 years
  • No time atall. If you stop time whilst builing it, if you dont then i have NO idea. have a jolly day x
  • A church is not a building, it is a community and a congregation. It meets in building which might be a church building, or it might be a rented or borrowed space. Depending on the charisma of the minister and the congregants, it can take quite a while to build a congregation.
  • Depends on whether you are building a chapel, a cathedral, or a basilica.

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