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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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It is a pilgrimage in itself for art lovers and churchgoers, providing a beautiful spiritual experience on the passion and death of Jesus.
The 2016 Scottish Church Census found 42 per cent of Scottish churchgoers are aged 65, which the report noted "has obvious implications for the future".
Mayor Helen Latog of Esperanza said churchgoers were going out of the church when the blast occurred.
And this superficial understanding may be indicative of a lack of multicultural competence concerning Black American churchgoers.
This may be true in many cases, but then to quote that all churchgoers should give one-tenth of their earnings is equally off the mark (as the Mail rightly says one could not expect it in these times).
org which gives helpful and creative ideas on how to express appreciation to pastors and their families, whether done by individual churchgoers or as a whole congregation.
Some 65 per cent of churchgoers said their views on Clegg had got worse, because of the proposals.
Some 65% of churchgoers said their views on Mr Clegg had got worse, because of the proposals.
The average number of positive emotions frequent churchgoers report experiencing rises to a high of 3.
In response to the needs expressed by churchgoers in the survey, a new website has now been established for their support and help.
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.

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