word must be used by itself though, similar to "good", "cool.", "perfect", "awesome." and "sweet." and can not be used in the middle of a sentence
signals the end of the conversation. once the word is used properly, the conversation will almost always end/change topics. if it does not, then chances are you are not using the word properly.
Person A: Did you see the game last night?!
Person B: Yea! Lebron was so church man.
Person A: What did you just say?
(someone knocks on your hotel room door at 4:02 am and wakes you from a drunken coma. looking through your peephole, you see a man, similar in appearance to a Beatles cover artist straight out of 1967, who is more intoxicated and roughed up than you have ever been. You open the door to find him holding a $5 bill looking at you)
Hotel occupant: Uhh, whats up man?
Intoxicated Man: Do you have a lighter? Ill give you $5.
Hotel Occupant: (reaches for $0.50 bic) Deal.
(Drunken man shakes it and listens for fluid, then lights it.)
Intoxicated Man: "Church."
(To his satisfaction, he gives a drunken thumbs up as he begins to walk away.)
end of conversation. never saw the man again.
2. slang term used to describe a house of ill repute or a titty bar when speaking in the presence of women.
3. used to express agreement, to replace amen!
4. slang for good bye, similar to peace.
2. I go to church every Wednesday on my lunch hour.
3. I hear that, Church!
4. Well, I'm out, Church!