Examples of parishioner in a Sentence
the parishioners of First Baptist Church
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McLoone’s absence was a topic of discussion several weeks ago on the online forum Catholics4Change.com, where one user complained that parishioners were being kept in the dark by the archdiocese.
At this point in the service, parishioners are encouraged to make noise.
There’s Laurie who manages the pizza shop, Sandrine who defends her country, Jane who cares for her parishioners, Kip who keeps the peace.
On Sunday, Symeonides delivered the homily and talked with parishioners about their former priest.
Cast said the church, which, according to the release, has been in Warren for 22 years and has more than 700 parishioners, would consider future additions at the site.
The family’s church of 400 has lost 25 percent of its parishioners.
Orlando’s father was the village’s clergyman until scandal struck: He was recently executed for poisoning three of his parishioners.
In Bible readings during the service, parishioners were reminded how Christ was resurrected from his tomb after being crucified by the Romans.
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PARISHIONER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of parishioner for English Language Learners
: a person who goes to a particular local church : a person who belongs to a parish
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