Shulchan Aruch O"CH 131:4 says that we don't say Tachanun where there is a Chatan in the syagogue: (see also this related question) (Note: I mention here Chatan because it's clearly mentioned, but AFAIK it would be the same law with a Mohel, a Sandak, or the child's father.)
ולא כשיש שם חתן
1) Does this mean that as long as there is a chatan somewhere in the synagogue building - no one in the building says tachanun?? [If not...]
2) What if there are several rooms in the synagogue where prayers are held and the Chatan is in one of them - what then?
[The next couple of questions slightly stray from my original one... but while I'm here...]
3) If the Chatan is not participating in the minyan but just happens to be in the synagogue when the minyan reaches tanachun - would we say tachanun?
4) If one prays with Chatan neither within a Synagogue nor with a minyan - does one say Tachanun?