Deaconry - definition of deaconry by The Free Dictionary
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n. pl. dea·con·ries
1. The office or position of a deacon.
2. Deacons considered as a group.
, pl -ries
1. (Ecclesiastical Terms) the office or status of a deacon
2. (Ecclesiastical Terms) deacons collectively
Deaconhood, Deaconry deacons of the church collectively, 1679.
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Contract award: reconstruction of buildings deaconry
In addition, on April 5, 200 volunteers will renovate facilities at the Fellowship Deaconry
in Basking Ridge, NJ during a 24-hour "Extreme Makeover" session.
The inner sanctuary (the Holy of Holies) forms the other part of the cathedral including the Baptism Room, the Temple and the Deaconry