Examples of parishioner in a Sentence
the parishioners of First Baptist Church
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Dylann Storm Roof went on to kill nine black parishioners at Mother Emanuel AME Church in Charleston in 2015.
New Jersey churches spread the word to their parishioners to gather supplies for CARC.
For almost a century, Gesu Catholic Church and School on Detroit's west side has drawn thousands of worshippers and students, with four Detroit mayors and John Dingell among its notable parishioners or alumni.
When asked about a church in Virginia that recently removed plaques honoring parishioners George Washington and Robert E. Lee, Kelly gave a predicable answer about not holding historical figures by the standards of today.
Ginny Nova, whose young family moved to Montpelier the year the Archdiocese established the church, is a founding parishioner who’s been a member of the guitar group since its inception.
On a recent Wednesday night at Episcopal Church of the Redeemer in west Mobile, parishioner Bridget Archer stood in the commercial kitchen of the parish hall.
The church moved a few blocks away in the mid-19th century and sold the African burial ground to a judge who was a parishioner.
Like his parishioners, De Jesús, who was named one of the 100 most influential people in the world in 2013, also has personal connections to the tragedy.
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First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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