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collegiate church

n.
1. A Roman Catholic or Anglican church other than a cathedral, having a chapter of canons and presided over by a dean or provost.
2.
a. A church in the United States associated with others under a common body of pastors.
b. An association of such churches.
3. A church in Scotland served by two or more ministers.

collegiate church

n
1. (Roman Catholic Church) RC Church Church of England a church that has an endowed chapter of canons and prebendaries attached to it but that is not a cathedral
2. (Protestantism) Protestantism US one of a group of churches presided over by a body of pastors
3. (Protestantism) Protestantism Scot a church served by two or more ministers
4. (Education) a large church endowed in the Middle Ages to become a school
5. (Education) a chapel either endowed by or connected with a college

colle′giate church′


n.
1. a church that has a chapter of canons but no bishop's see.
2. (in the U.S.) a church or group of churches governed by a consistory or session.
3. (in Scotland) a church having two or more pastors.
[1400–50]
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The band of the West Midlands Fire Service will lead a parade which will see representatives from ex-service, regular, reserve, cadet units and representatives of other local uniformed organisations in full force, There will be a service at 11am followed by a second service in St Peter's Collegiate Church.
TOP CONCERT FORMER BBC royal correspondent Jennie Bond is celebrating the Queen's coronation tomorrow with chamber choir and orchestra Armonico Consort and AC Academy Warwick children's choir and the award-winning choirs of the Collegiate Church of St Mary, Warwick.
Break the Silence" concert on Sunday, February 20th, 3:00PM at Marble Collegiate Church, 3 W.
And at the end of this month we will be able to hear these notes for the first time, when the Choirs of St Peter's Collegiate Church, Wolverhampton, perform the fragment, expanded into an anthem by director of music Peter Morris.
Rector of St Nicholas Collegiate Church, Rev Patrick Towers, performed the role of Pontius Pilate.
The brokerage houses of Cushman & Wakefield, Manhattan Commercial Realty Corp, Signature Partners, The Lawrence Group, Midtown Commercial Realty Corp and Collegiate Church Group also contributed to the success of the lease up of office space at The Westinghouse Building.
The couple, who are now on honeymoon in the sun, had their "marriage blessed" at St Nicholas' Collegiate Church, Galway city, last weekend as around 20 friends and family members looked on.
The service, which is open to the public, will take place at the Collegiate Church of St Peter's in Wolverhampton city centre at 11am.
Supporting the welcome home parades will be the Minden Band, which is also set to play at the Collegiate Church of St Mary's, in Warwick, on Saturday, April 25, to raise money for the museum.
As a collegiate church, it was important enough to attract special funds, raised by Charles II, and the King himself showed special affection for Bridgnorth, declaring the views from its high points as "the finest in my domain".
Still claiming its right to deal its property from a royal charter awarded to it by King William III in 1696, Collegiate Church is the nation's oldest corporation and owns 11 John Street, 198 Broadway, 45 John Street, 150 Fulton Street, and 3 West 29th street, among others.
The Marble Collegiate Church is located on 5th Avenue and on Saturday afternoon, we will be bucking the St.

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