religious service


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The official said the compounds were initially hired as residential quarters where they had started holding religious service.
I have no objection at all to a religious service involving as many as choose to be involved.
States with average religious service attendance tend to cluster in the middle of the country.
Klingenschmitt seems to suggest, a bona fide religious service.
5 that the "religious police" of Saudi Arabia arrested about 100 expatriates, including 12 Filipino workers and a French priest, for attending a religious service in Riyadh Oct.
Nevada (US), Sept 16 (ANI): Hindus have applauded China for providing multi-religion religious service center and other facilities for religious services at the 16th Asian Games to be held in Guangzhou (China) from November 12 to 27.
Chaplains and volunteers are crucial in religious service divisions, especially in trying financial times.
WHENEVER I ATTEND ANY TYPE OF religious service, like most people I follow all the prescribed rituals and do my best to keep an open mind and heart.
5 : a religious service that is mostly prayers <evening prayer>
Jennifer Glanville, a sociologist in the college of liberal arts and sciences at the university, who led the study, said other research had noted a link between religious service attendance and positive educational outcomes in the United States, but this was the first one to look at why.
The Methodist Chapel at Eshott, Morpeth, has undergone a pounds 30,000 renovation and the first religious service at Eshott Hall Estate has been held for the first time in 60 years.
Those nursing executives who did not agree with the need to establish a religious service department may have tended not to respond to this questionnaire, and therefore, there was a possible selection bias in this investigation.
Even brief exposure to contaminated air during a religious service could be harmful to some people, says atmospheric scientist Stephan Weber of the University of Duisburg-Essen in Essen, Germany.
At least since the 1950s, the percentage of Christians who attend a religious service at least monthly (around 20% of those professing a belief) also has been declining (Kaldor et al 1999).
The clerics said songs such as Angels and others with a spiritual element did not turn a civil marriage ceremony into a religious service and could be included if a couple wished.
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