church roll

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: roll - a list of the members of church
roster, roll - a list of names; "his name was struck off the rolls"
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If anybody has any information on any of these three soldiers or knows the whereabouts of the St Andrew's Church Roll of Honour, please contact
One year it was decided to update the church roll. I knew just the person to help.
We have 100 members on our church roll, but can honestly say that at least a quarter never darken the the doors or contribute, but imagine what would happen if it was decided to close the church!
Typical of these Alabama-inspired stories is "Rock, Churck Rock," first published in 1942 and first anthologized in 1944 (Towner), and "Let the Church Roll On," published posthumously in 1973 (Bontemps, The Old South).
Here, they recount their feelings of loss as they were severed from youth fellowships and removed from church rolls. Many describe the lingering emotional effects of the heartbreaking conflict that dominated their childhood and adolescence.
Sor Juana Inez de la Cruz (1648-1695) was born near Mexico City of unmarried parents, and was thus registered on the Church rolls as a "daughter of the Church" at her baptism.
church rolls. Many First World leaders balk at treating these militants in any manner that might seem heavy-handed, lest they seem imperialistic.