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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In April two Catholic priests were killed in Benue state, along with 17 congregants.
The Catholic Church, which has welcomed robust immigrant and Latino congregants in recent decades, has been a reliable voice on immigration issues.
Three years ago, Fairmount Temple congregants and the Men of Fairmount Temple created a candle app.
This month, its leader, Sandor Nemeth, told his congregants to vote for Mr. Orban.
Kil had offered Kwak a room after Kwak began attending Kil’s Elgin church and sought aid from the congregants, church members told the Tribune in a 2010 story.
As part of an investigation into abuse at the Word of Faith Fellowship in Spindale, North Carolina, The Associated Press reported in September that authorities were looking into the unemployment dealings of congregants' businesses.
As Soto spoke, emojis of hearts, smiles and clapping hands floated from the heads of his congregants as signs of approval.
The visit angered some congregants who accuse Israel of military attacks against Arabs in Syria, Lebanon, and Palestinian territories.
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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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