AFAIK Church was introduced first by KJV. Earlier translations like Wycliffe used "congregation".
Fits nicely in the pattern of replacing Passover with Easter beacuse Circe=Easter
"Then He said to me, 'son of man, look toward the north'. So I looked, and in the entrance north of the gate of the altar I saw this pillar of jealousy." Ezek. 8:5.
"HIGH PLACES" which harken back to the tower of Babel, are ziggurats, obelisks, pyramids, poles, pagodas, spires, stupas, and
a whole array of sky-pointing structures. Try to find any such thing as a steeple in the Writings. All Pagan temples utilized a tower, and bells or
gongs to summon the sunworshippers. Hand-held bells were also used in their worship, sometimes made in rows which they would shake like rattles. In the worship of Circe, altar bells were rung periodically during the "services", inherited by Roman Catholicism and their "Mass".
Circe was famous among Pagans for turning men into pigs, or other animals, using drugs.
In the myth of Kirke (L.) we see before us a being whose wisdom and craft marks her affinity to Medeia, while in the food which turns the companions of Odysseus into swine we have only another version of the story of the Lotos-eaters. In either case they who partake of the food forget their homes, their wives, and their children, and cease to live the life of thinking men.
The Phoenicians called Semiramis Ishtar.
The Hebrews recorded her name as Asherah.
She has been known throughout the world by many other names; Oster, Easter, Eastre, Eostre, Austron, Eostra, Astoreth, Ostara, Astarte, Artemis, Aphrodite, Tanit, Diana, Nana, Maia, Gaia, Devaki, Ceres, Cybele, Circe, Indrani, Venus, Isis, Frigga, Frey, Biblia, Usha, Eos, Aurora, Ausra, Ushastara, Stella, Aster, Nut (the sky), and others. Astarte, or Venus, was said to have fallen to Earth in a huge EGG
~ Ster; from the word aster, (eAster), Latin stella, for STAR.
Mystery Babylon: Queen of heaven. = Easter/Church
Mother Church = The great mother = Mother Easter/Circe = Mother of Tamuz the pagan equivalent of Jesus.