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church parade

n
a parade by servicemen or members of a uniformed organization for the purposes of attending religious services
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Her gran was Mary Jane Darricott, known as Ginny, who lived from 1889 to 1963, and whose home was in Church Parade, Oakengates.
Youngsters from Stirling and District Boys'Brigade attended the Battalion Church Parade Service at St Ninians Old Parish Church at the weekend.
Once a month was Sunday Church Parade, when the company marched around the district with its standards flying and band playing, finishing up at the church where a service blessed the flags.
"At open days, we love to welcome back people who have a past connection with the church - perhaps your parents got married here, you were baptised or were in the scouts and came to church parade here?
He said: "A perfectly peaceful and lawful church parade was sufficient to prompt a sad and twisted individual to display his sectarian bigotry by dressing in paramilitary clothing and brandishing what is hopefully a replica rifle from inside the safety of a living room.
The 15-year-old was taking part in the annual church parade at Manchester Cathedral - and was determined not to put a foot wrong.
First Cambusnethan Girls Brigade celebrated their 70th anniversary which included a party and a church parade.
The headquarters of the Tyneside Scottish was in nearby Eskdale Terrace and the battalion's first church parade was held in the Jesmond church.
On Sunday, 07 May, some twenty members of our branch attended McClure United Church in Winnipeg for our annual church parade. McClure Church was chosen this year as it is the congregation to whom our current president, Robert Campbell, ministers.
The other two photos are one of me taken in the back garden at Wainwright Street, looking eagerly(?) forward to Sunday Church Parade with the 1st Aston Birmingham Girl Guides.