Definition of churchgoer in English:

churchgoer

Line breaks: church|goer
Pronunciation: /ˈtʃəːtʃɡəʊə
 
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noun

A person who goes to church regularly.
More example sentences
  • Although he is a Sabbath walker rather than a regular churchgoer, Berry is no stranger to either church or seminary, although he admits to feeling strange in both places.
  • Most churchgoers vote, and share family and community values.
  • Washington, always a churchgoer but never a communicant, was among those who often spoke of the ‘great Ruler of events,’ but never of Jesus Christ.

Derivatives

churchgoing

noun & adjective
More example sentences
  • Later, I learned that this student, a churchgoing Presbyterian, was under some pressure from other students to leave his church and ‘become a Christian.’
  • Until there is more transparency in church finances, it appears that a significant number of churchgoing Catholics will be withholding financial support from the church.
  • Finland is about 98 percent Lutheran but only about 2 percent churchgoing, so Lutheran notions of sin and grace are long forgotten by most Finns.

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