Examples of congregant in a Sentence
A small number of congregants had assembled for Midnight Mass.
The church depends on the financial support of its congregants.
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The Star Tribune reports that both congregants and neighbors were shaken by the blast.
Royal Family Kids is an international organization that recruits and trains church congregants to teach mentoring programs and host weeklong camps for local children in foster care.
Parents and pastors need to form their children and congregants in the truth.
Scientology is a religion founded by science fiction writer L. Ron Hubbard and counts many Hollywood celebrities and movers and shakers as congregants.
But the 2015 Charleston shooting, in which a white supremacist killed nine congregants at an African-American church, has created an opening for addressing its racial legacy head-on, says civil rights and political organizer Bud Ferillo.
Bomar is president of the Baptist Ministers Conference of Greater Cincinnati and Vicinity, whose 150 member ministers represent tens of thousands of congregants.
In recent decades, churches, particularly mainline Protestant, have seen their congregants age and die off, with few young people replenishing the pews.
Another part of the vigil borrowed from the Quaker tradition of having congregants sit in silence until someone feels compelled to speak.
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CONGREGANT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of congregant for English Language Learners
: a person who is part of a congregation : a person who is attending religious services or who regularly attends religious services
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