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"What were pirates doing in a church? I would wager they were not there to offer alms."
Fitzwilliam P. Dalton III to the crew of the Barnacle[src]

A church was a temple built to the Christian God.  The term could also be used as a proper noun for different branches of Christianity, such as the Catholic Church, the Church of England and the Protestant Church.


In the 1630s, the church in Redmond got into an involvement of note when one of its priests, Father Gareth, was in cahoots with the Animist Cult.

Almost a century later, the Church of San Judas was once the site of a clash between Jack Sparrow and Left-Foot Louis after the latter's crew dug up the coffin of Francois in the church's graveyard.

Features of a churchEdit

A church was typically a fairly tall building that prominently displayed a large cross. Inside a church were many rows of seats for worshippers, and possibly a pipe organ. Some churches had graveyards.

Notable churches or locations with churchesEdit