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 Purpose Driven Life,’’ created a partnership between his Saddleback Church in California and the government of Rwanda that involved short mission trips by more than 2,000 congregants.
The pastors who speak at those have nearly half an hour each to declaim, and the speakers bring many of their own congregants to the host church with them.
In the tradition of both black and white southern folk preaching, ministers usually spoke extemporaneously to unlettered congregants, who expected the Spirit of God to impart messages of encouragement and hope.
The Southern Baptist Convention connects some 47,000 Baptist churches across the U.S. and its territories, representing more than 15 million total congregants, the denomination’s website says.
One of the congregants was able to grab Jones' gun.
The suspect reportedly sent threatening messages to church members at 2:36 p.m. March 2, and the pastor was concerned with the safety of congregants.
To his congregants, Savage had repented of the incident.
Her Saturdays are spent making lunch for a church full of congregants at Grace Seventh-day Adventist Church on Prospect Avenue.
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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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