Entry from British & World English dictionary
An official performing various mainly administrative duties concerned with the Church or with a civil parish.
- There might also be the possibility of creating a community office for the parish clerk or the rector.
- The building would offer the council the facilities it needs in the long term, including a meeting room and office for the parish clerk as well as a storeroom.
- The parish clerk thanks all parishioners for their generous contributions to last Sunday's collection.
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