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churchwarden

1. Church of England Episcopal Church one of two assistants of a parish priest who administer the secular affairs of the church
2. a long-stemmed tobacco pipe made of clay
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Below, church warden Allan Sharpe's car was crushed by a reversing lorry in November
Of the offences, Mr Simpson said: "He was a regular attendee at St Thomas's Church since childhood, and in 1991 he was appointed as a church warden.
church warden Kate Brown pictured in 2013 when the church's windows were |smashed twice in a month and special mesh was added to protect them.
The church warden said: "I think Emma wanted the villagers to be aware of the funeral and to take the opportunity to thank them for their support.
Ian Daniel O'Hara has been charged with committing fraud against St Thomas' Church in Keresley, right, by abusing his position as church warden.
The church's newsletter, updated only last Tuesday, said: "June is also a time for us to formally thank Anne Dunkley, our Church Warden for seven years.
Church Warden Chris Wilson with the 'Deposition' painting that they wanted to sell to fund other projects at Hexham Abbey in Northumberland.
Church Warden Norma Davies and Valeria Gobin at the Church of the Holy Saviour where two coping stones have been stolen.
Church warden John Codlin said: "The appeal is called inSpire - but today it was perspire
Church warden George Flanagan said: "The lids of the tombs weigh half a ton each, so there must have been three or four big men to take six of them off.
A MIDLAND church warden was killed when she was knocked down by a bullock she was loading on to a trailer, an inquest heard.
A CHURCH warden who sexually abused three young girls was yesterday jailed for eight years.