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is the Hebrew term for the CHRISTIAN church. It derives from the same root as the word "Beit Knesset" for synagogue and the word "Knesset" for Israeli parliament, all refering to the "gathering" of people.
If you rather mean a general expression which includes the temple and is not necessarily Christian, I would choose
"heykhal hashem" for the "house of god".