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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Soon, along with a few other congregants, Abe forms a prayer circle with the intention of healing Melva’s son, Benny (RaJay Chandler).
Rabbi Schmelkin—along with the temple’s senior rabbi—spent the weeks before the white supremacist march preparing for it, conferring with law enforcement, and trying to assure fretful congregants.
The congregants wore head flashlights and held pages of Christmas song lyrics.
Her church offers support programs for refugees, the homeless and gay congregants.
Those elders, elected by the congregants to undertake leadership roles and perform administrative duties, are not giving up on the church community or giving in to the trend of secular matters trumping spiritual ones.
Other friends, family and fellow congregants – most of the victims attend the same Seventh-day Adventist Church in Dillingham – had similar success trying to steer them away.
On Sunday, surviving congregants of the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs returned for the first time since the tragic shooting that claimed the lives of 26 of their fellow parishioners last week.
Rabbi Bradd Boxman, Kol Tikvah's spiritual leader, sent a prayer for his congregants to read during the storm.
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