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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Report A report on churchgoing in the UK published by Tearfund in Aril 2007 found that 15 per cent of the population go to church at least once a month.
I don't have guilt--it is society arid the good churchgoing people who should have guilt for not supporting us.
CHURCHGOING former Nuneaton and Bedworth mayor Tom Wilson has been rapped after branding Halloween as "unhealthy and glorifying Satan's angels.
The family are very thoughtful, churchgoing people.
The 50m euro (pounds 43m) tab for setting up everything from giant screen TVs to portable toilets and confession stalls has hit a raw nerve even among some churchgoing Catholics and priests.
At every stage of their life, boomers would always lag behind their parents by 25 percent to 30 percent in regular churchgoing.
For several decades now, people of faith have been increasingly aware that churchgoing is not as popular as it once was.
THE trial of a man accused of murdering an elderly churchgoing grandmother was due to begin today.
At the other end of the spectrum, 23% of Vermont residents attend church frequently, putting it at the bottom of the list of churchgoing states.
He said he was too ashamed to tell his adoptive parents, both Methodist lay preachers, because his churchgoing abuser was a friend of theirs.
He said he was too ashamed to tell his parents, both Methodist lay preachers, because his churchgoing abuser was a friend of theirs.

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