churchgoer


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Synonyms for churchgoer

a religious person who goes to church regularly

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Churchgoers have been told the minister will resign tomorrow.
He said elderly churchgoers would be offered help with transport.
SOME time ago, many people from your area contributed to the nationwide Church Survey which caused great debate among churchgoers of all denominations.
SOME time ago many people from your area contributed to the nationwide Church Survey which caused great debate among churchgoers of all denominations.
Thus a fair-minded churchgoer might be afraid to speak up and defend friends, relatives, and neighbors who participate in gay sex.
While exposure may not harm the average churchgoer, priests, monks, and other church workers may be at higher risk for asthma and emphysema.
I was a regular churchgoer but the way I lived was far from being Christian.
Terry Ratzmann, a churchgoer known for sharing his homegrown vegetables with his neighbours, walked into the room and fired 22 rounds from a 9mm handgun.
The devoted churchgoer - made an MBE for her work for good causes - left pounds 1.
I would do anything to avoid it and have never since been a regular churchgoer.
s office assigns the people's case to a devout churchgoer, Campbell Scott's Ethan Thomas.
William Hague has acknowledged that he is not a regular Sunday churchgoer but rather worships God in less formal surroundings, and in particular as he walks through the Yorkshire Dales.
Their lack of creature comforts has one churchgoer pretty steamed up.
Afterwards one churchgoer, who did not want to be named, said: "This really has come as a huge surprise to us all.
All the more surprising since Miss Bill-ington is apparently a churchgoer.
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