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noun as in worshiper

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noun as in worshiper/worshipper

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Often, the goal is to send churchgoers back into the world renewed, perhaps edified but surely fortified for the trials that await.

Victims range from students and churchgoers to army officers and government officials.

From Ozy

The classes are sermon-like, with scripture-sounding narratives and expressions familiar to churchgoers about “moments of grace,” calls to “surrender yourself” and lots of references to letting go of judgment and accepting what is.

Some are grappling with the prevalence of extremism in America, after seeing co-workers and fellow churchgoers in the Capitol riot.

From Vox

He was a regular churchgoer, and once claimed that The Screwtape Letters by C.S. Lewis was his all-time favorite book.

Any churchgoer hoping for more spiritual sustenance went hungry.

She was not a particularly devout young person, but she had been a regular churchgoer at Zenith.

Her husband was a good, honest, upright man—a steady churchgoer and zealous worker in many ways.

He became, therefore, all of a sudden, a violent churchgoer.

He was a steady churchgoer, and his favorite divine, the preacher at his court chapel, was none other than Uytenbogaert.

He is no great churchgoer; yet, when he meets his parish priest, he touches his cap, but almost as he would touch it to an equal.


On this page you'll find 18 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to churchgoer, such as: devotee, adorer, disciple, and votary.

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