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Those take place in meetinghouses and chapels, which are open to any guest who wants to attend a service on any Sunday.
On September 19, 1738, a man named Benjamin Lay strode into a Quaker meetinghouse in Burlington, New Jersey, for the biggest event of the Philadelphia Yearly Meeting.
Ms. Latorre, joined by her family, left the meetinghouse.
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Definition of meetinghouse for English Language Learners
: a building used for public gatherings and especially for Christian worship in the past
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