One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A house owned by a church; especially a building next to a church, in which social events, meetings, etc., connected with the church are held; a church hall. Also: a house provided by the church for a member of the clergy; a parochial house.
Middle English; earliest use found in Exchequer Subsidy Roll. From church + house.
church house/ˈtʃəːtʃ haʊs/
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