churchpeople

churchpeople

(ˈtʃɜːtʃˌpiːpəl)
pl n
people belonging to a church
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The name of the drama group is not mentioned: perhaps they were churchpeople.
the Departments of Health in Broome, Cortland, and Madison Counties; the New York State Department of Health's Bureau of Community Relations; the New York State Division of Housing and Community Renewal; S2AY (for Schuyler, Steuben, Allegheny, and Yates Counties) Rural Health Network; and Steuben Churchpeople Against Poverty.
Human rights groups, policy analysts, churchpeople, investigative reporters and even U.
Intellectuals, writers, churchpeople, and the peace and environmental movements constituted the principal proponents for democratization in the GDR.
We are miners, gray-haired wives and wives with makeup and stylish hairdos, a writer, a priest, a lawyer in a business suit, a folk singer, Catholic and Episcopal churchpeople.
The Alliance of Health Workers (AHW) will file the complaint in the Supreme Court tomorrow, according to the Churchpeople Workers Solidarity (CWS), which is supporting the move.
The obvious place for the churchpeople of those days to proclaim their faith in song was from the highest point in the village, Nab End Tower.
Michael Jones, editor of Fidelity Magazine, an ultraconservative who views churchpeople like D'Arcy and Jane Carew as too loose and liberal.
What was perhaps most hurtful of all, their society had little respect for churchpeople.
Both set out to counter what was viewed by clean-living residents, churchpeople and politicians local and national as the scourge of drink.
They should have Jesus Cruz and Salomon in jail instead of indicting churchpeople,' says A.
A GROUP of churchpeople went to Rome and saw the Pope.