Churchgoer (noun)

A person who regularly attends church services or who is a member of a church.

Origin:

From the middle english word "churchgangere", from the old english "ciricegang", from "cirice" (church) + "gang" (goer). first recorded in the 15th century.

Examples:

  1. Mary is a devoted churchgoer and never misses a Sunday service.
  2. The small village had a high percentage of churchgoers among its population.
  3. As a churchgoer, John felt compelled to volunteer at the local soup kitchen.
  4. The churchgoers sat in silence as the minister delivered his sermon.
  5. The new priest made a point to greet each and every churchgoer personally.
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