Origin of churchgoer
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For a while, she fell into a depression and abandoned the churchgoing Methodist tradition in which she was reared.Joy Reid, MSNBC Anchor, on the Racism of the Tea Party, Family Dramas, and Why She Loves Boxing
March 27, 2014
And when we came to live here, we got out of the habit of churchgoing.
Churchgoing was, as I have said, no part of his regular life.Life and Letters of Robert Browning
Mrs. Sutherland Orr
Eva may well say that churchgoing does not seem to make people better.
We must try by our own example to make her see that churchgoing does make us feel better.
The churchgoing habits of clergy and people on other days than Sundays and holy days are not so easily arrived at.
- a person who attends church regularly
- an adherent of an established Church in contrast to a Nonconformist
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