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  • noun Plural form of attender.

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Examples

  • Pelcovitz, an internationally renowned expert in trauma and loss, often discusses the coping traits of "attenders" and "distracters."

    Chabad.org Weekly Magazine [ Korach 5769 - June 26, 2009 ]

  • Pelcovitz, an internationally renowned expert in trauma and loss, often discusses the coping traits of "attenders" and "distracters."

    Chabad.org Weekly Magazine [ Chukat-Balak 5769 - July 3, 2009 ]

  • Pelcovitz, an internationally renowned expert in trauma and loss, often discusses the coping traits of "attenders" and "distracters."

    Chabad.org Weekly Magazine [ Chukat-Balak 5769 - July 3, 2009 ]

  • They are "attenders" but not on the membership roll, which he said is not unusual in Alaska.

    ABP News

  • Frequent attenders were slightly more likely to be Republicans.

    American Grace

  • Since church attenders have more social connections all around, they are also more likely to be contacted by friends, family, neighbors, and co-workers, and so church remains in last place.15 When we focus squarely on evangelicals, we do not find that they have an unusually high level of personal political contact from fellow church members.

    American Grace

  • As expected, a higher percentage of frequent church attenders say that they have been contacted by a co-parishioner than Americans in general, but that figure is still only 17 percent.

    American Grace

  • Third, Figure 4.5 shows that previous accounts of stable attendance among liberal Protestants are misleading, since those attendance figures are based only on the rapidly diminishing numbers of people who still claim adherence to one of the mainline denominations.29 In effect, observers who claim that the fraction of observant mainline Protestants has not changed overlook the fact that the mainline losses have come mostly in the denominator (members), not the numerator (attenders).

    American Grace

  • So, relative to the working class, college grads are more likely to be church attenders, and those church-attending college grads are increasingly likely to be Republicans.

    American Grace

  • We are sort of religious people and we are definitely regular church attenders and from that perspective I will tell that you that regular church attendance does not matter.

    Jesus In The Sky With Dinosaurs | Her Bad Mother

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