Examples of parishioner in a Sentence
the parishioners of First Baptist Church
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The Archdiocese of Detroit has closed several parishes in the city and inner ring suburbs amid a decline in the number of parishioners and priests.
The seven sessions will be led by a team of parishioners and will take place on Thursdays from 7 to 8:30 p.m. through May 31, in the basement church hall.
The pastor of an Illinois mega-church has stepped down amid allegations of inappropriate conduct involving female parishioners.
Most Catholic dioceses, including Northwest Indiana and Chicago, forbid parishioners from eating meat on Ash Wednesday.
The former pastor, Brian Kenyon Jr., is accused of taking an upskirt video up the parishioner’s dress.
In a story in the Independent last year, parishioners talked about the changes Briese brought to their church, including opening a food pantry.
Joanne was a long time and devout parishioner of Corpus Christi Church.
A year ago, parishioner Jim Weigel set up a book store and is donating all profits to the school.
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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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