n. a hall where many people can congregate
An assembly hall is a kind of function hall, a large room used to hold public meetings or meetings of the members of an organization such as a school, church, or deliberative assembly. An example of the last case 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, for example 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.
Assembly Hall is a 17,472-seat arena on the campus of Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana. It is the home of the Indiana Hoosiers men's basketball and women's basketball teams. It opened in 1971, replacing the current Gladstein Fieldhouse. The court is named after Branch McCracken, the men's basketball coach who led the school to its first two NCAA National Championships in 1940 and 1953. Basketball sportscaster Gus Johnson called the Assembly Hall "the Carnegie Hall of basketball."
Assembly Hall, also known as Serio House, de France House, and Fletcher's Tavern is a small tavern built in 1808 in Washington, Mississippi. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978 and designated a Mississippi Landmark on March 21, 1995.
Assembly hall may refer to:
- An assembly hall, a large room for public meetings or a type of building
Or more specifically:
- Church assembly hall, sometimes referring to the local churches, a Christian group affiliated with Watchman Nee and Witness Lee.
- General Assembly Hall of the Church of Scotland in Edinburgh, Scotland.
- Assembly Hall Theatre, Tunbridge Wells in Royal Tunbridge Wells, England.
- State Farm Center, known as Assembly Hall until 2013, an arena in Champaign, Illinois.
- Assembly Hall (Bloomington), an arena in Bloomington, Indiana.
- Assembly Hall (Washington, Mississippi), a NRHP-listed tavern in Washington, Mississippi.
- Old Municipal Assembly Hall, Victoria, Texas, listed on the NRHP in Victoria County, Texas
- Salt Lake Assembly Hall in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Usage examples of "assembly hall".
If you really want Sonny to drive protestors out of Law Square, you'll have to decide which corner of Assembly Hall you would like him to flatten, trying to get there.
The mention of the pastor of the Voice of the Almighty Lord Assembly Hall led to a discussion of the latest uproar in the Missionary Society (too many ballots in the box) and several cups of coffee.
I left him in front of the Assembly Hall and walked back to my car in front of the souvenir shoppe.
Beata tried to wrench her arm free, but he kept a grip on it as he dragged her farther into the black shadows of the trees and bushes to the side of the assembly hall.
He thought he had caught a quick glimpse of Balinor through the open doors of the assembly hall, standing on the platform at the front of the building, but the guards had rushed him past and he couldn’.
There were citizens all around, more people maybe than had been in the Assembly Hall the night before.
He thought he had caught a quick glimpse of Balinor through the open doors of the assembly hall, standing on the platform at the front of the building, but the guards had rushed him past and he couldn't be sure.
Their waiting finally came to an end as Allanon approached from the assembly hall, accompanied by the lithe figures of the two Elves.
He walked away from them a little, thinking to himself, and then turned back abruptly and motioned vaguely toward the assembly hall.