- an organization of local ministers or religious leaders who work with other community leaders on social or educational programs.
Origin of ministerium
From Latin, dating back to 1855–60; see origin at ministry
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Examples from the Web for ministerium
This and the subsequent royal decrees will be found in full in Hst's "Struensee's Ministerium," vol.Life and Times of Her Majesty Caroline Matilda, Vol. I (of III)
C. F. Lachelles Wraxall
Quo pacto Wiggo capulum complexus, cuspidem per Hiartuarum agit, ultionis compos, cuius Roluoni ministerium pollicitus fuerat.Beowulf
R. W. Chambers
- the body of the Lutheran ministers in a district
C19: Latin: ministry
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Word Origin and History for ministerium
"ordained ministers of a church district," 1881, from Latin ministerium (see ministry).
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