yokefellow

yokefellow

(ˈjəʊkˌfɛləʊ)
n
archaic a working companion

yoke•fel•low

(ˈyoʊkˌfɛl oʊ)

n.
an associate or companion.
[1525–30]
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The chaplain suggested that he attend Yokefellow, a small Christian discussion group in the prison led by outside volunteers.
or Canadian reporting systems include revivals, life skills, Bible study, family religious festivals, anger management, musical choirs and bands, prerelease mentoring and several religion-specific programs such as Yokefellow or Kairos.
The food will be donated locally to the Yokefellow Food Bank in Rutherfordton, North Carolina (if you would like to make a donation, please send to Yokefellow Ministries, 1386 Shelton Avenue, Statesville, NC 28677).
MAINE Prayer groups, Yokefellow, Christian concerts
Mary's Catholic Church and serves on the boards of Catholic Charities, Yokefellow Spiritual Retreat Center and Defiance College.
Ward and Marshman proved to be the sort of yokefellows that the forty-year-old Carey (1761-1834) had longed for since he arrived in Bengal.
Fred volunteered for 13 years with the local chapter of Yokefellows, a national religious organization.
6 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Institute for Progressive Christianity (IPC) Director Stephen Rockwell calls the Institute on Religion and Democracy's (IRD) latest publication Strange Yokefellows, "nothing more than a purely politically-motivated attack upon the National Council of Churches (NCC).
Religious groups such as Yokefellows and Prison Fellowship conduct services and religious education programs and provide individual spiritual counseling.