churchgoer


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churchgoer

1. a person who attends church regularly
2. an adherent of an established Church in contrast to a Nonconformist
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She was worried for elderly churchgoers facing long journeys.
SOME time ago, many people from your area contributed to the nationwide Church Survey which caused great debate among churchgoers of all denominations.
Churchgoers making a claim with GuideOne Insurance might have a few extra blessings to count.
It's claimed Walter Masocha made the remark after the female churchgoer, who claims he sexually assaulted her, confronted him with her aunt's views.
The response was so impressive, it means there is something here for everyone, occasional churchgoer, committed Christian, or struggling believer with many questions.
A churchgoer had her handbag snatched as she walked home from a Sunday service.
Thus a fair-minded churchgoer might be afraid to speak up and defend friends, relatives, and neighbors who participate in gay sex.
Along the way, we learn about Gilbert the photographer, naturalist, curator, musician, world traveler, gourmet cook, estate manager, entrepreneur, family man, churchgoer and upper middle-class resident of Cambridge, Massachusetts.
While exposure may not harm the average churchgoer, priests, monks, and other church workers may be at higher risk for asthma and emphysema.
I was a regular churchgoer but the way I lived was far from being Christian.
CHURCHGOER Anne Mullany made 10 reusable bags to raise cash for Kirkwood Hospice, Dalton.
One churchgoer said: "Parishioners are deeply disappointed with his behaviour.

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