- a place in some Protestant churches, usually at one side of the pulpit, occupied by worshipers leading the responsive amens of the congregation.
Origin of amen corner
An Americanism dating back to 1855–60
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- the amen corner US the part of a church, usually to one side of the pulpit, occupied by people who lead the responsive amens during the service
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