abbey

A building or group of buildings occupied by a community of monks supervised by an abbot or nuns supervised by an abbess.

ashram

A secluded place of religious retreat for a community of Hindus.

bethel

A place of worship, especially one for  seamen.

cathedral

The principal church of a district under the pastoral care of a bishop.

chapel

A small church or room of Christian worship that has its own altar, especially in an institution.

church

A building used for public Christian worship.

cloister

A place of religious seclusion, such as a monastery or convent.

conventicle

A place of assembly for religious worship, especially one that was secret or illegal by members of a Protestant Church which dissented from the established Church of England.

convent

A building or group of buildings occupied by a community of nuns devoted to a religious life under a superior.

friary

A monastery of friars.

hermitage

A house or home of a person who has withdrawn to a solitary place for a life of religious seclusion.

lamasery

A monastery of lamas.

masjid/musjid

A Muslim place of worship; a mosque.

monastery

A building or group of buildings where a community of monks live together in seclusion and bound by religious vows.

mosque

A Muslim place of public worship.

nunnery

A religious house of a community of nuns.

pagoda

A religious especially Buddhist temple usually constructed in the form of a tall pyramidal many-tiered tower with storeys of diminishing size.

pantheon

An ancient temple dedicated to all the gods.

priory

A monastery governed by a prior, or a nunnery governed by a prioress.

retreat

A place of seclusion for prayer and religious meditation or contemplation.

sanctuary

A place which is the holiest part of a temple or religious building.

sanctum

A holy or sacred place.

see

A district under the pastoral care of a bishop and where his cathedral is located.

shrine

A place for worship which is regarded as holy because of its association with a revered person or object.  

stupa

A dome-shaped monument erected as a Buddhist shrine.

synagogue

A building where Jewish people assemble for religious worship and religious study.

tabernacle

A place of worship for the Nonconformists or Mormons.

temple

A building used for the worship of a deity or deities in some religions.

tope

A place of worship in the form of a rounded dome forming the roof erected as a Buddhist shrine; a stupa.