An assembly hall is traditionally a building used for the purposes of holding deliberative assemblies. An example is the Assembly Hall (Washington, Mississippi) where the general assembly of the state of Mississippi was held. Some Christian denominations call their meeting places or places of worship, assembly halls, such as the Salt Lake Assembly Hall. Elders and ministers of Presbyterian churches gather in assembly halls for their general assembly, such as in the General Assembly Hall of the Church of Scotland.
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... A wall at the entrance to the assembly hall or main prayer hall depicts murals of the Tibetan calendar with the Bhavacakra –the Wheel of Life ... Behind this prayer hall is the small inner sanctum of the Buddha flanked by Bodhisattvas, Manjushri to the right and Maitreya to the left ... The assembly hall also has an image of the 11 headed Avalokitesvara with Padmasambhava ...
... Major college indoor arenas On the campuses of colleges and universities in the United States, assembly halls are sometimes found in multi-purpose athletic buildings, where they share other uses, including as ... Examples are Assembly Hall (Bloomington) and Assembly Hall (Champaign) ...
... The building contains lecture rooms including an impressive assembly hall (called Aula), Rector's, Deans', and other university authorities' offices as ... Already at the time of its grand opening, the assembly hall (Aula) of the new building was too small to accommodate all guests on all occasions, even though the number of students ... The chairs in the assembly hall were designed by Tadeusz Stryjeński ...
... this function redundant, but a Lord High Commissioner to the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland has been appointed each year, as the Sovereign's ... Prior to 1929 the General Assembly was held in the former Tolbooth Highland St John's Church on Edinburgh's Royal Mile (this building is no longer used as a ... Since 1930 the General Assembly has always met in the former United Free Church Assembly hall on The Mound, Edinburgh ...
1911 Assembly hall erected ... The dining hall was opened by the Rt ... A tablet commemorating the change was erected in the Assembly Hall ...
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