The terms Church Hall (Kerksaal in Afrikaans) commonly refer to the hall used for church functions. Mostly used broadly and is usually named after the particular church building or denomination (e.g. NG Kerksaal or Methodist Church Hall), in many cases also defined by the name of the town or city. In some cases named after prominent persons.
Church Halls have often been used for secular activities, notably by touring plays and players, over the past two or more centuries.
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