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  • Churches, Religions and Religious Organizations
    • All Saints Anglican Church
        • Church in Derry.
    • Alleluia Church Of Scranton
        • Michael buys a van for paper delivery from a local church. (Season 5 episode Broke)
    • Archangel Jubal Tabernacle
        • Joke Jubal makes. Jubal: "Don't rub it in, girl. I would have made a good one if I hadn't fallen into the fatal folly of reading anything I could lay hands on. With just a touch more self confidence and a liberal helping of ignorance I could have been a famous evangelist. Shucks, this place we're headed for today would have been known as the Archangel Jubal Tabernacle."
        • The name of the old church that the Koreans bought back that used to be the headquarters for 21 Jump Street in the first movie.
    • Ass Kickers United
        • Cult Dennis accidentally started to get Mac to stop eating his thin mint cookies. Ass Kickers United is a way of life based on the life-improvement teachings of the Master. The Master is the only human to ever achieve enlightenment through the way of the warrior. (Season 10 episode Ass Kickers United: Mac and Charlie Join a Cult)
    • Assembly of The Oracle
        • The sliders encounter a religious group called the Assembly of the Oracle, centered around a seer that believes life here is just to prepare you for life on the next world. The faithful will be gathered up on the Day of Accounting. In the meantime though, they incinerate people while claiming to send them to the next world. Also known as "Followers of the way". (Season 4 episode Prophets and Loss)
    • Aunt Jemima's Witnesses
        • A cult of fat black women who force people to eat pancakes. They believe that Aunt Jemima is God and should be worshiped as such.
    • The Babarambaba Cult
        • Worshippers of Mother Nature, personified in a head of lettuce named Ralph from episode Rerun Sees the Light.
    • Bardo Monastery
        • Humble monastery where Tahani embarks on a quest for enlightenment, learns to embrace a life of simplicity, meditates, works, and gives back to mother earth. (Season 3 episode Everything is Bonzer)
    • Bed, Bath & Baha'I
        • Church that Lisa passes while out for a walk contemplating her religious views. (Season 13 episode She of Little Faith)
    • The Believers
        • Community living in a commune that share a heightened level of consciousness that derives from swallowing a glittering liquid. The substance not only heals, but individuality is lost by joining their souls together. Mallory joins them in order to walk again after being paralyzed by a laser beam on the last world. (Season 5 episode New Gods for Old)
    • The Brotherhood Of Baptism
        • Theorestical future church of Mike's. "So we close down the Church of All Worlds-it is closed down. So we move and open the Congregation of the One Faith-and we get kicked out again. Then we reopen elsewhere as the Temple of the Great Pyramid-that one will bring flocking the foolish fat and fatuous females, and some of them will end up neither fat nor foolish-and when we have the Medical Association and the local bar and the newspapers and the boss politicos snapping at our heels there-why, we open the Brotherhood of Baptism somewhere else."
    • The Brothers Of The Peaceful Dominion
        • Monastery that ALF joins after learning that his parents were married before he was born (Season 2 episode Wedding Bell Blues)
    • Calash Monastery
        • As she spirals deeper into her Pah-Wraith conundrum, Kai Winn cancels her trip to Calash Province. (Season 7 episode The Changing Face of Evil)
    • Cathedral Of St. Veronica And The Holy Spirit
        • Church mentioned in one of the obituaries for the people that died of heart failure taking Sylocet in episode The Fix.
    • Cathedral Of The Downtown
        • Where Smithers goes to confession, and is prompt arrested. (Season 6 episode Who Shot Mr. Burns? Part 2)
    • Centre For Inner Enhancement
        • A clearing house for all the wonderfully useful things that have the words "holistic", "herbal" or "aura" in them.
    • Chapel Of Our Lady Of The Checkout Counter
        • No description available
    • Children Of The New Dawn
        • Cult in the Shadow Mountains.
    • Children Of The Son
        • From Bread and Circuses episode of Star Trek: The Original Series.
    • Children of The Watch
        • Mandalorian Bo-Katan informs Mando that he is one of the Watch, a cult of religious zealots that broke away from Mandalorian society. Their goal was to re-establish the ancient way. (Season 2 episode Chapter 11: The Heiress)
    • Christian Crusade
        • Nonprofit organization dedicated to the opening of closed doors to the message of Christ that contacts Beth in advance of her trip to Russia. (episode Adjournment)
    • Christian Relief
        • When Homer runs away from PBS, seeking sanctuary at the church, Reverend Lovejoy sends him off to do missionary work to the island village of Microatia in the South Pacific aboard a Christian Relief plane. (Season 11 episode Missionary: Impossible)
    • Christian Temple Church Of The Resurrection
        • No description available
    • The Christian Women's Society
        • Church group Niles mentions during his story about checking out a nude beach in Seattle. Niles: "Well, I left my clothing and my cares in the car, walked down to the beach and settled in for my first exercise, "Grasping the Bird's Tail. Just at that moment, the sun peeked over the mountaintops illuminating not only my splendid nakedness, but the bus for the Christian Women's Society." (Season 9 episode Don Juan in Hell)
    • Church Of Hope And Light
        • Local church in Drip Rock. Reverend Coddle, the same guy that Al meets at the abandoned water park, later gets arrested for murdering three people.
    • Church Of Jesus Christ, Lord And Savior
        • Church mentioned in one of the obituaries for the people that died of heart failure taking Sylocet in episode The Fix.
    • Church Of Lunology
        • Founded by J. Ari Hilliard. "And So It Began..."
    • The Church of Matri-Money
        • After becoming an ordained minister to perform gay weddings, Homer turns the garage into a church. "Will now marry anything to anything else -- Diaper free for chimp brides" (Season 16 episode There's Something About Marrying)
    • Church Of Mother Mary The Blessed Virgin
        • Church mentioned in one of the obituaries for the people that died of heart failure taking Sylocet in episode The Fix.
    • Church of Religious Consciousness
        • The Hare Krishna look alikes, both in the airport passing out flyers and on the plane...
    • The Church Of Sheila
        • Joke Sheila makes about Anne. Sheila: "And what if Anne becomes disgruntled and turns on us? Or, going the other way, starts baptizing believers into the Church of Sheila?" (Season 3 episode Wuffenloaf)
    • Church of The Collective
        • Eagle recruits The Deep into his church. (Season 2 episode Proper Preparation and Planning)
    • Church Of The Good Hustler
        • Burns: "It's quiet." Eddie: "Yeah, like a church. Church of the Good Hustler."
    • The Church Of The Holy Eternal Rapture
        • Father Marsala's church (Season 4) GOB seeks help in the form of gay conversion therapy. (Season 5 episode Chain Migration)
    • The Church Of The Holy Trinity
        • Church mentioned in newspaper during the show's opening credits.
    • Church Of The Incarnation
        • Henry Deaver's father's church, mentioned on news report flashback from when Henry went missing: "Six days into the search, authorities are increasingly doubtful that the 11-year-old Deaver boy will be found alive. His father, Matthew Deaver, local reverend at Church of the Incarnation, is recovering from his injuries at home and is in stable condition." (Season 1 episode Local Color)
    • Church of The Latter Day Druids
        • Church that Lisa passes while out for a walk contemplating her religious views. (Season 13 episode She of Little Faith)
    • Church of the Retransfiguration
        • Street preacher Karl Honig's church in Newark, New Jersey.
    • The Church Of The Return
        • New religious group that believes that whoever built the nanites are the same aliens that invented people and built the pyramids. And that they're coming back to take the faithful back to the pearly gates.
    • Church Of Trek
        • Religion dedicated to Star Trek, at its height during the 23rd century, when Star Trek fandom had grown in size and influence.
    • The Church Of Universal Harmony
        • Mail order church where Roy got his minister license to use as a tax break (Season 2 episode Love Means Never Having to Say Geronimo)
    • The Church Of What You're Wearing Is What You're Wearing
        • Joke Gail makes about her religion when Carol and Tandy try to get her to take a family photo wearing matching outfits (Season 3 episode 7 Mama's Hideaway)
    • Community of Hope
        • Church soliciting donations at the courthouse. (Season 7 episode Blue Suede Bull)
    • Congo Church
        • Church mentioned in the sworn testimony of Mrs. Cora Simard, taken be-fore The State Investigatory Board (from The White Commission Report).
    • The Congregation Of The One Faith
        • Theorestical future church of Mike's. "So we close down the Church of All Worlds-it is closed down. So we move and open the Congregation of the One Faith-and we get kicked out again. Then we reopen elsewhere as the Temple of the Great Pyramid-that one will bring flocking the foolish fat and fatuous females, and some of them will end up neither fat nor foolish-and when we have the Medical Association and the local bar and the newspapers and the boss politicos snapping at our heels there-why, we open the Brotherhood of Baptism somewhere else."
    • The Congregational Church
        • Church that used to be on Carlin Street in Chamberlain, Maine, swept away by fire.
    • Creedish Church
        • Also known as The Creedish Death Cult, The Child Slave Cult, The Church Of Slave Labor, The Old Testament Death Cult. Tender Branson's religious group that commits mass suicide in an event called The Deliverance.
    • Cysteine Chapel
        • Church where Jeff and Maggie are getting married, until Summer shows up. "Jeff & Maggie 4 Ever" (Season 4 episode The Old Man and the Seat)
    • Dakeen Monastery
        • Monastery in the Kendra Valley on Bajor.
        • Monastery where Vedek Bareil was staying at the time of the Kendra Valley Massacre. (Season 2 episode The Collaborator)
        • Sisko recommends that Admiral Ross visits the Dakeen Monastery on Bajor. (Season 6 episode Favor the Bold)
    • The Delvian Seek
        • Zhaan's religious order. (Season 1 episode Thank God it's Friday. Again.)
    • Eastern Pennsylvania Seminary
        • Seminary that Meredith Palmer called a sausage factory - and received a customer complaint. (Season 9 episode The Target)
    • Ebenezer Baptist Church
        • Church that Tammé mentions trash talking (switching it up as one of the Beatdown Biddies): "Just because I'm a member of the Ebenezer Baptist Church don't mean I won't tear that ass up!" (Season 3 episode Freaky Tuesday)
    • Eddington Monastery
        • Church where Desmond was making wine when he met Penny for the first time.
    • The Electric Church
        • Song Electric Church Red House / Album: Blues. "Yeah it's about the time we'd like to present you to the electric church."
    • ePiscopal Church
        • Homer logs onto ePiscopal.com, the website of the ePiscopal Church online, home of the Internet Divinity School and becomes an ordained minister to perform gay weddings. (Season 16 episode There's Something About Marrying)
    • Ethos
        • Monastic sect dedicated to the collection and preservation of knowledge and technology.
    • Fairvale Church
        • Church in Fairvale, same town as Sam's hardware store.
    • The Faith No More Spiritual And Theological Center
        • Rufus introduces Faith No More bandmember Jim Martin to a class at Bill & Ted University as Sir James Martin, head of The Faith No More Spiritual And Theological Center.
    • Federation of American Buddhists
        • Organization of one of the experts that provides commentary on Alien Visitation, the documentary TV show hosted by R. Wilson Monroe, airing Crichton's nephew Bobby Coleman's interviews with his alien friends. (Season 4 episode A Constellation of Doubt)
    • First A.M.E. Church of Springfield
        • A more boisterous house of worship that the Hibberts now visit. (Season 17 episode Milhouse of Sand and Fog)
    • First Amalgamated Church
        • Syncretic denomination of several mainstream religions in the 21st century. (various episodes)
    • First Church Of Appliantology
        • Parody of Scientology. Founded by L. Ron Hoover. From song A Token of My Extreme on Joe's Garage.
    • First Church Of Christ Computer Programmer
        • No description available
    • First Church Of Eureka
        • Church that Carter suspects is the cause of the apocalyptic events happening in Eureka (Season 2 episode God is in the Details)
    • First Church of Springfield
        • Local church in Springfield that The Simpsons attend, most of them reluctantly. (Season 1 episode The Telltale Head)
        • "Is God patriotic enough?" (Season 15 episode Bart-Mangled Banner)
        • "Church Pot Luck: What a friend we have in cheese puffs" (Season 16 episode All's Fair in Oven War)
        • "Rapture threat level: ORANGE" (Season 16 episode Homer and Ned's Hail Mary Pass)
        • "Today: Bobble-head Moses Giveaway" (Season 16 episode Home Away from Homer)
        • "QUIT ST3ALING OUR L3TT3RS" (Season 17 episode Milhouse of Sand and Fog)
        • "Christmas Service - Jesus: 2005 years young" (Season 17 episode Simpsons Christmas Stories)
        • Today’s Topic: Jesus Hates You. (Season 17 episode Million-Dollar Abie)
    • First Congregational Church
        • "Why," said I, "he's a member of the First Congregational Church." Here be it said, that many tattooed savages sailing in Nantucket ships at last come to be converted into the churches.
    • First Evangelical Church Of Plano
        • A fundamentalist Protestant Christian church which is favored, and implied to be funded, by the neo-conservative government.
    • First Intergalactic Temple (Reformed) Of The Druids
        • Today- the royal wedding of Princess Vespa to Prince Valium. Tomorrow- Bingo.
    • First Methodist
        • Where the narrator's doctor tells him to go if he wants to see pain (the guys with testicular cancer). That's pain.
    • First Presbyterian Church
        • Wayne races to the First Presbyterian Church on Gordon Street to stop Cassandra's wedding - but accidentally goes into the Second Presbyterian Church across the street, interrupting somebody else's wedding before figuring out his mistake and running across the street.
    • Floaty Nogasm Brotherhood
        • Religious order that believe Floaty Bloody Man is a god. His followers believe that the entire universe is Floaty Bloody Man's nightmare as he dies in a time-dilated reality. They believe they are keeping him alive by redirecting their suppressed sexual energies. (Season 4 episode Never Ricking Morty)
    • Fosterism
        • Religion of the Church Of The New Revelation. Jubal: "As morals, Fosterism is merely the Freudian ethic sugar-coated for people who can't take their psychology straight, although I doubt if the old lecher who wrote it-pardon me, 'was inspired to write it'-was aware of this. He was no scholar. But he was in tune with his times, he tapped the Zeitgeist. Fear and guilt and a loss of faith- How could he miss? Now pipe down, I'm going to nap."
    • Free Will Baptist Church
        • In order to sabotage the state's case against Huell, Jimmy fabricates a community of people supporting him in Coushatta, Louisiana that includes a local church named Free Will Baptist Church. (Season 4 episode Coushatta)
    • The Glade
        • Buddhist monastery where Diane goes to commune with herself - They have the biggest Buddha east of the Mississippi (Season 5 episode 19 Dog Bites Cliff)
    • Gotham Cathedral
        • Church in Gotham City where the Joker took Vicki after kidnapping her.
    • The Great St. Mary's Church
        • Church mentioned in the obituary of John Patrick Mathieson (Season 5 episode Gag or Throttle)
    • The Helen Chapel
        • Joke Helen's high school peers made up about her: What's the largest church in the world? The Helen Chapel (Season 6 episode Remembrance of Flings Past)
    • The High Priests Of Asmodeus The Destroyer
        • A cult that Noel mentions when the KPXY team shows up for their weigh-in on the Coffee With Kelly morning talk show. Roz: "Oh, those robes! It makes them look like they're in some kind of cult." Noel: "Like the high priests of Asmodeus the Destroyer. Asmodeus - demon of lusts, eater of worlds… Does nobody read my e-mails?" (Season 11 episode Frasier-Lite)
    • Jashinism
        • The only known follower is the Akatsuki member Hidan.
    • The Kampeks
        • Cult of religious zealots that live in the Sacred Stillness. Some call them noble warriors, but they're not. They're insane. They believe that the people on the space station is desecrating their gods by buying and selling goods there. (Season 3 episode Suns and Lovers)
    • Kenda Shrine
        • Kira tells Dax how she and Shakaar went to the Kenda Shrine on Bajor and asked the prophets if they were meant to walk the same path. They are not. (Season 5 episode Children of Time)
    • Kibology
        • A parody religion revolving around Kibo. Practitioners are known as Kibologists or Kibozos.
    • Kiessa Monastery
        • Kira's Cardassian friend Ghemor was a soldier present when the Kiessa Monestery on Bajor was destroyed and seventeen unarmed monks were killed during the Cardassian Occupation of Bajor. (Season 5 Ties of Blood and Water)
    • Knocking On Heaven's Door
        • The Temple/"Waiting room" of the Vu Age Church, where dead relatives' profiles are stored until cloning technology is available (Season 2 episode Dieties)
    • Live To Tell
        • Cult leader Jeremiah Sand's high school club, precursor to Children of the New Dawn - new initiates had to bite the head off of a grasshopper and cut themselves to shed enough blood for the rest of the group to drink (from My Journey, an autobiographical spoken word track by Jeremiah Sands, created for the movie)
    • The Love of God Church
        • Church that Ki-woo mentions to the Pizza Generation worker.
    • The Luna Temple
        • Greek temple built by Alexander the Great to store treasures that he collected from all over the world. By law, no one was allowed to record its location, and in 330 B.C., it was swallowed by the sea during a volcanic eruption, lost forever - until yesterday.
    • The Lutheran Chapel
        • Church Antonio mentions while reading obituaries looking for potential customers (Season 6 episode The Waxman Cometh)
    • Malibu Nudist Chapel
        • The only church that's available for Kate's mother's wedding, so they decide to have the wedding at the Tanner's house (Season 2 episode Something's Wrong with Me)
    • Mercerism
        • In Mercerism, an absolute evil plucked at the threadbare cloak of the tottering, ascending old man, but it was never clear who or what this evil presence was. A Mercerite sensed evil without understanding it. Put another way, a Mercerite was free to locate the nebulous presence of The Killers wherever he saw fit. For Rick Deckard an escaped humanoid robot, which had killed its master, which had been equipped with an intelligence greater than that of many human beings, which had no regard for animals, which possessed no ability to feel emphatic joy for another life form's success or grief at its defeat — that, for him, epitomized The Killers.
    • MindHead
        • Religious cult like Scientology.
        • Happy Premise Number One: There are no aliens
        • Happy Premise Number Two: There is no giant foot trying to squash me.
        • Happy Premise Number Three: Even though I feel like I might ignite, I probably won't.
    • The Mother Of Perpetual Suffering
        • Church Amy's mother tells Kiki's mother about: "The premier service in the city"
    • Mount Cavalry Baptist Church
        • Church founded by Luke Cage's father after he came home from World War II. (Season 1 episode Take it Personal)
    • Movementarianism
        • Evil brainwashing cult whose members are known as Movementarians that recruit the residents of Springfield. (Season 9 episode The Joy of Sect)
    • NeoAquarian Temple
        • The deep, computerdesigned imprints of suburban boys' fat knobby tires paint giant runes on the clay, like the mystery figures in Peru that Y.T.'s mom learned about at the NeoAquarian Temple. Through the windows, Y.T. can hear occasional bursts of either firecrackers or gunfire.
    • NeoMind Buddhists
        • Sect that sees calliagnosia as a step toward enlightened thought, because it eliminates one's perception of illusory distinctions, the only calli supporters who can credibly claim they're not influenced by monotheism. NeoMind Buddhists are open to broad use of neurostat as an aid to meditation. (Story: Liking What You See)
    • The New Church of The Divine Immunity
        • Religious organization in the Fever world. (Season 1 episode Fever)
    • The New Moon Of Delvia
        • Delvian temple. Pa'u Tahleen: "Welcome to the New Moon of Delvia, our modest temple to the Goddess of Spiritual Renewal." (Season 1 episode Rhapsody in Blue)
    • North Hills Trinity Digital Chapel
        • Location of Nathan's funeral. (Season 1 episode The Funeral)
    • Nugganism
        • Religion dedicated to Nuggan, one of the more powerful among the newer gods of the Discworld, and the state god of Borogravia.
    • Obeah
        • Religion listed on young telepath Alisa Beldon's file. (Season 1 episode Legacies)
    • Omnianism
        • Fictional religion. Pratchett's parody of the less admirable aspects of Christianity, such as the Inquisition, and later intrusive doorstep evangelism.
    • Oprahism
        • Professor Farnsworth complains about Bender's devotion to Robotology, saying, "If only he had joined a mainstream religion, like Oprahism or Voodoo".
    • Order Of The Reunification
        • Cabal that believes the Objects are pieces of God and will allow direct communication with God if reunited as they were at the time of the Event.
    • The Order Of The Serpentine
        • A brotherhood created to help market Axe deodorants.
    • Our Lady Of Let's All Look At Sean's Package
        • Fake church Sean makes up in Charlie and Sean and the Battle of the Exes to describe the churchgoers that came out to see him when he got tricked into sitting naked in his car.
    • Our Lady Of Perpetual Sorrows
        • Church where Richard's wife Lena plays bingo. (story Word Processor of the Gods)
    • Our Lady Of Sleeping Through It
        • Fake church from joke Miller makes to the missionary he meets on the way to Eros Station from Ceres Station, after the missionary comments that the seats remind him of going to church.
    • Our Lady Of Tears
        • Joke Charlie makes about Sean masturbating in a church. (Season 5 episode Charlie and the Temper of Doom)
    • Our Lady of the Edible Undergarments
        • Dan joke. When hooker Roxy claims she was on her way to church when they nabbed her, Dan asks where she worships - Our Lady of the Edible Undergarments? (Season 7 episode Blue Suede Bull)
    • Presbylutherans
        • The Flanders watch a cartoon called The New Adventures of Gravey and Jobriath at the Totally sick, twisted, F***ed-Up Animation Festival, which Ned assures the boys has been approved by a council of Presbylutheran ministers. (Season 12 episode HOMR)
        • Reverend Lovejoy describes his religion as Presbylutheranism. (Season 16 episode The Father, the Son and the Holy Guest Star)
    • Prolethians
        • Religious extremists who believe synthetic biology should be done in God's name and will. (Season 1 episode Unconscious Selection)
    • Q.E.T.
        • Religious cult. Quest for Eternal Truth / Earthly Truth. (Season 3 episode East/West Bowl 2)
    • Qowat Milat
        • Ancient Romulan sect that live and die by the precept of absolute candor. A necessary outgrowth of a Romulan culture that trafficked in secrets. They were essential in helping Vulcan and Romulan ancestors in trusting one another during the early days of reunification. Today they enable them to have a healthy discourse on the planet. (Season 3 episode Unification III)
    • Quantum Presbyterian
        • Homer opens to the door to Kodos and Kang, saying, "Oh great - Mormons." But they're actually Quantum Presbyterians. (Season 10 episode Treehouse of Horror IX - segment Starship Poopers)
    • Reasonableism
        • Also known as Zorpies, the Church of the Reasonablists. Freaky cult in Pawnee obsessed with the end of the world. (Season 4 End of the World, Season 7 episode William Henry Harrison) Hail Zorpe!
    • Reformed Neo Buddhism
        • Pierce's religion, mentioned in various episodes including The Psychology of Letting Go and The Science of Illusion.
    • The Reformers
        • Religious group rebelling against The Word of Dorahl aboard the adrift generational ship. (Season 1 episode If the Stars Should Appear)
    • Resurrection Of The Holy Spectacle
        • The name of the Vietnamese church at 22 Jump Street that's used as the new headquarters.
    • Reverend Biff and His Better Times-a-Comin’ Revival
        • There’s a problem with Emily’s school’s summer camp - Camp Thundercloud - Reverend Biff and his Better Times-a-Comin’ Revival rented the dining hall for the month of July. (Season 3 episode Bob Hits the Ceiling)
    • Riverside Gramercy Chapel
        • Jerry and Elaine attend Gary Fogel's funeral - their friend that faked having Cancer, and then died in a car accident, played by Jon Lovitz. (Season 6 episode The Face Painter) Location of J. Peterman's mother's funeral service. (Season 7 episode The Secret Code)
    • Robotology
        • Religion led by the Reverend Lionel Preacherbot in which sinners were collected by the Robot Devil to spend eternity in Robot Hell in New Jersey.
    • Rosey Grier's Porta-Chapel
        • Pop-up chapel in the Super Bowl parking lot. The NFL's gotcha covered. (Season 10 episode Sunday Cruddy Sunday)
    • Sacred Mother Of Infinite Misery Church
        • The church above the Terror's hideout, introduced in Episode 6 Rising.
    • Saint Dom's Parrish
        • The number Dave dials when calling St. Dom's Parish plays the melody of Mary Had a Little Lamb.
    • Saint Mary's Chapel
        • When Sibyl Cyllum claims that The Tick is her husband (and his real name is Ted Glick), she presents Ted's birth certificate, which says he was born at Saint Mary's Chapel in The City on May 22, 1968, weighing 12 pounds, 6 ounces. (Episode The License)
    • San Francisco Community Church
        • Church on the asteroid world. "Have a nice last few days" (Season 1 episode Last Days)
    • The Sanctuary
        • The sliders land on the island of Saint Cataline, on the edge of the northern sea, site of a sort of monastery called the Sanctuary, inhabited by a community of self-described keepers of peace and harmony that have been living simple lives since the collapse of the government known as the Hemispheric Alliance, in a world where a gang called the Volsangs are pretty much in charge. (Season 5 episode The Great Work)
    • Savior House
        • Archbishop Rushman's teen hostel where Aaron Stampler was living.
    • Second Presbyterian Church
        • Wayne races to the First Presbyterian Church on Gordon Street to stop Cassandra's wedding - but accidentally goes into the Second Presbyterian Church across the street, interrupting somebody else's wedding before figuring out his mistake and running across the street.
    • Secret Temple
        • Location in the original Striking Vipers video game. (Season 5 episode Striking Vipers)
    • Seventh Day Advent Hoppists
        • Arnold Rimmer's parents' religion due to a typing error in their Bible.
    • The Seventh Order Of Chandarith
        • Solara tells Five she was "a Prioress under the seventh order of Chandarith under the protection of the Abbot of Daro." (Season 3 episode 5 Give It Up, Princess)
    • Sisters Of The Divine Magnatum
        • Nunnery where Lilly takes Olive in season 2 - where Lilly went in the past to give birth to Chuck.
    • Slidology
        • New religion based on the sliders' adventures, "an ideological discipline for tomorrow", on the Seer Marc LeBeau's world. (Season 5 episode The Seer).
    • Springfield Buddhist Temple
        • Church that Lisa passes while out for a walk contemplating her religious views, where she meets Richard Gere. (Season 13 episode She of Little Faith)
    • St. Anselm's Abbey
        • Home of the Sisters of the Divine Severity, where Frasier tells Sam that Diane is working - cleaning, serving meals - after she leaves him at the altar (Season 4 episode 1 Birth, Death, Love and Rice)
    • St. Catherine's
        • Local church that Larry's dad Mardy mentions when Wayne goes over to his house to fight him.
    • St. Dorothy's
        • Sam Beckett leaps into Catholic priest Father Francis Giuseppe "Frank" Pistano at St. Dorothy's church, and must prevent the murder of Father Mack, another priest at the church. (Season 3 episode Leap of Faith)
    • St. Francis Church
        • Local church featuring "Senior Bingo Night". (Season 3 episode Chapter Six: E Pluribus Unum)
    • St. Francis Of Assisi Religious Center
        • Church that hosts several of the narrator's support groups.
    • St. Genevieve’s New record added 10/31/2021
        • A an old lady defendant comes before the court for murder after attending Bingo Night at St. Genevieve’s church. (Season 9 episode 1992 Boat Show)
    • St. Jack's Church
        • For the Summer Pageant 1964, St. Jack's Church presents Benjamin Britten's Noye's Fludde, performed by The Choristers of St. Jack Wood and New Penzance. Also the designated storm shelter on the island.
    • St. James Church
        • Beck's father's church, where he met his new wife Nancy Whitesell. (Season 1 episode The Captain)
    • St. John's United
        • Doctor Annushka Volovodov, reverend at the St. John's United church, reports Nicholas Trubachev to the police, lying and claiming that he attacked her when she confronted him about beating his wife.
    • St. Mary's Church
        • Church mentioned in the obituary of Henry E. Gonard. (Season 5 episode Gag or Throttle)
    • St. Pauli Girl's Cathedral
        • Moe invites the people that Homer kicks out of the church to a "church”of his own. (Season 14 Pray Anything)
    • St. Raymond's
        • Monastery where a defendant lives and took an oath of silence. (Season 4 episode A Day in the Life)
    • St. Stephen Presbyterian Church
        • Church where Tandy goes in his dinosaur costume to ask God for guidance (Season 3 episode The Spirit of St. Lewis)
    • St. Stephen's Parish Church
        • No description available
    • St. Timothy's
        • Church Father O'Leary is from - priest that tries to talk Wilbanks off the ledge of Steve's apartment building when he tries to kidnap Raffles.
    • St. Trinium's Church
        • Church mentioned in one of the obituaries for the people that died of heart failure taking Sylocet in episode The Fix.
    • St. Verbena
        • Church downtown that Steve mentions, first place he went that was overrun by the dead.
    • Tashmore Methodist Church
        • Take the Church Picnic Poisonings. No one knows who killed those folks. What is known is that Rhoda Parks, the Tashmore Methodist Church secretary, and William Blake, the Methodist Church pastor , had a brief affair six months before the poisonings. Blake was married, and he broke it off. Are you with me?
        • Where Brian and Casey attend a mixer for Jewish singles. They have lime dancing and cake. (Season 6 episode Have I Got a Couple For You)
        • Alan goes looking for religious consultation regarding his chiropractic Ponzi scheme. (Season 8 episode That Darn Priest)
    • Temple Beth Springfield
        • Krusty's father, Rabbi Hyman krustofski's Jewish temple. (Season 3 episode Like Father, Like Clown)
    • The Temple of B'hala
        • Temple in the lost city of B'Hala on Bajor where Sisko finds an artifact that releases an evil pat-wraith. (Season 6 episode The Reckoning)
    • Temple of Iponu
        • Kira visits the Temple of Iponu on Bajor and consults the Orb of Time in order to find out the truth about Gul Dukat's claims of a romantic relationship with her mother. (Season 6 episode Wrongs Darker than Death or Light)
    • The Temple Of Kelly
        • Temple mentioned on the news on the alien planet where Kelly becomes a religion. Reporter: "The bloodshed continues in outer Jakora today as dissidents launched an attack on the Temple of Kelly in the city of Uravah." (Season 1 episode Mad Idolatry)
    • The Temple Of Syrinx
        • Headquarters of the oppressive interstellar society The Solar Federation (Album: 2112)
    • Temple of the Chasm
        • The Temple of the Chasm church in the small town of Middleton worships "the Chasm", a remnant of an old amusement park ride that transfers emotions from the citizens of the town to one human vessel, who, when overwhelmed by the overload of emotions, jumps into the Chasm, passing the curse along to the next intended recipient. (Season 4 episode The Chasm)
    • Temple Of The Dog
        • From the song Man of Golden Words: "I want to show you something, like joy inside my heart. Seems I been living in the temple of the dog. Where would I live if I were a man of golden words."
        • The band took their name from the song Man of Golden Words by Mother Love Bone: "I want to show you something, like joy inside my heart. Seems I been living in the temple of the dog. Where would I live if I were a man of golden words."
    • The Temple Of The Great Pyramid
        • Theorestical future church of Mike's. "So we close down the Church of All Worlds-it is closed down. So we move and open the Congregation of the One Faith-and we get kicked out again. Then we reopen elsewhere as the Temple of the Great Pyramid-that one will bring flocking the foolish fat and fatuous females, and some of them will end up neither fat nor foolish-and when we have the Medical Association and the local bar and the newspapers and the boss politicos snapping at our heels there-why, we open the Brotherhood of Baptism somewhere else."
    • The Church Of Ralph
        • Defendant Ralph Kremski started his own religion. (Season 2 episode The Computer Kid)
    • The Church of Zumanism
        • Byron's religion that believes man and the universe are connected in harmony. It's a way of life the promotes kindness. They're big on taking care of the environment because they believe the way you treat the earth reflects how you treat your fellow man. And their God is a beautiful radiant sheep that lives in the sky. Each one of its hairs is the diameter of the Houston Astrodome.
    • The Khala
        • Also known as The Path of Ascension. The main religion of the Khalai protoss, based on a psionic philosophy that maintains a communal psionic link between all adherents.
    • The Ashram
        • Isolated monastery in California where people go to seek inner peace. Several members of the Green Arrow family have spent time there.
    • Third Fane of Chudomo
        • Minbari religious clan.
        • Delenn's new aide is Lennier of the Third Fane of Chudomo. (Season 1 episode The Parliament of Dreams)
    • Trinity Episcopal
        • Church basement is where narrator cries in Bob's bitch tits during Remaining Men Together meetings.
    • Truth Bringers
        • Tricia: "I'm one of the Truth bringers. I was ordained by Brother Carmichael himself, the evangelist? I go door to door, spreading his word. Listen, do you mind my asking something? Have you heard the Truth?" Frasier: "Something tells me I'm about to." (Season 5 episode Party Party)
    • Union Theological Seminary
        • Seminary. "It had not troubled Jubal when Mike was run out of Union Theological Seminary, hotly pursued in spirit by a pack of enraged theologians, some of whom were angry because they believed in God and others because they did not-but all united in detesting the Man from Mars."
    • The Vu Age Church
        • Church behind popular TV show Save Yourself on Network 23. "Modern religion for the video age." (Season 2 episode Dieties)
    • Wee Coven
        • "Of course," Uncle Ingemar said. "Every Monday night—at midnight—we hold Black Mass at the Wee Coven on Kirkwood Drive. After services, the Ladies Auxiliary usually puts out a snack, and we have community dancing and choir singing. It's all very jolly." He smiled broadly. "You see, the worship of evil can be fun."
    • Whiskey a God God
        • Church that Lisa passes while out for a walk contemplating her religious views. (Season 13 episode She of Little Faith)
    • White Light
        • Religious cult founded in 1918 that believed a messiah would return from the dead and lead the world to salvation through an elixir - which Kyle Baldwin believes is Jordan Collier. (Season 4 episode Fear Itself)
    • WOB (Word Of Blake)
        • A splinter faction of ComStar that was created out of a conservative backlash against the removal of ComStar's mystical and religious aspects.
    • The Word Of Dorahl
        • Religion that develops on the adrift generational ship. (Season 1 episode If the Stars Should Appear)
    • The Word Of Kelly
        • Religion that develops on a planet when Kelly heals a little girl's wound. (Season 1 episode Mad Idolatry)
    • World Famous Chapel Of The Bells
        • Wedding chapel where Willie's brother and his ex-wife almost get married again (Season 4 episode Love on the Rocks)
    • The Writ Of Turu
        • Religious organization that the Tavlek mentions when Crichton goes looking for a gauntlet weapon: "During a hostage raid, we captured a priest, a disciple of the Writ of Turu. He refused to eat or sleep. All he would do day and night was preach, whether anyone was listening or not. I executed him, but I kept his Writ, I don't know why. One day I started reading it. They were words of peace, but they made me feel better. And one day I took off my gauntlet and I threw it away." (Season 2 episode Liars, Guns and Money Part II: With Friends Like These…)
    • Yen Buddhism
        • Yen Buddhists believe that money poisons the soul, so they collect as much as possible, to protect others from it.
    • Young Men's Reformed Cultist of the Ichor God Bel-Shamharoth Association
        • Shamharoth Association (or Young Men's Pagan Association) parodies the YMCA.
    • Zen-Baptist
        • The officer tells Logan: "I envy those lads on that field. They were fighting for their future. And what's our future? Sleep. For you, tomorrow. For me, next year. I used to have religion, used to figure that there was a better place beyond Sleep. I don't know anymore. Really can't be sure. I was a Zen-Baptist for awhile, then switched to..."
    • Zenshiism
        • Hybrid of Zen and Shia Islam. Appears in the later books by Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson.

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