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.
I would be most grateful if I could use your letters page to say that in response to the needs expressed by churchgoers in the survey, a new website has now been established for their support and help.
I go to church dozens of times in a year, probably, but I'm not a regular Sunday churchgoer.
By the way, if you're a regular churchgoer who has become accustomed to such discomforts, think of the Christmas and Easter Catholics whose only experience of churches is worse.
Wells noticed at least one regular churchgoer was mostly absent during the show.
A former churchgoer then speculated that one of the church members might -at Edjibia's bidding -try to trigger a nuclear disaster at the plant.
Recipients inclu-ded Edsel Ford, a member of Ford's founding family and a keen churchgoer, said to have been outraged at the merchandise.
Called a regular churchgoer," he opposes abortion, euthanasia, and homosexual "marriages.
The death of the popular churchgoer was initially treated as unexplained, but after he was exhumed from Willenhall Lawn Cemetery, Abdullah was charged with murder and robbing him of his bank cards, and further remanded in custody by Wolverhampton Crown Court.
Hall, wonderful), a devout churchgoer who loves her cat, her late husband and Bob Jones University (``the finest Bible college in the land'').
But Pentecostal churchgoer Sheila, 22, is wants it for religious reasons.
The hymns we sang were all related to finding peace,'' said churchgoer Maria Sandoval of Lake Balboa.

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