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    at church or in church

    Hello guys,
    Ok, here is my question.
    which sentence is correct?

    I'm at church watching a mass.
    I'm in church watcing a mass.

    I already know that in some contexts "in the church" and "at the church" can be used.

    Thanks.

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    Re: at church or in church

    Quote Originally Posted by Wesley P View Post
    Hello guys,
    Ok, here is my question.
    which sentence is correct?

    I'm at church watching a mass.
    I'm in church watcing a mass.

    I already know that in some contexts "in the church" and "at the church" can be used.

    Thanks.
    If you're inside the church, use "in".

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