Examples of parishioner in a Sentence
the parishioners of First Baptist Church
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The group pursued the appeal independent from the congregation, though have since received support from some other parishioners.
Monsignor McGovern was known for his love of his parishioners — and the outdoors.
On Sunday, surviving congregants of the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs returned for the first time since the tragic shooting that claimed the lives of 26 of their fellow parishioners last week.
Police began investigating after a church parishioner reported finding the door kicked in and graffiti on three buildings.
Other Gesu parishioners have included former Detroit mayors Eugene Van Antwerp, Louis Miriani, Jerome Cavanagh, and Dennis Archer.
Indeed, a Common Ground survey of 600 parishioners found more than 50% were afraid to call the police.
The cardinal's message to the Prince of Peace parishioners was focused on the youths.
In recent months, Hying commissioned a task force to create a four-point plan examining how the diocese could best meet the needs of younger parishioners and the school system, according to school officials.
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First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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