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- n. Dignity or office of a pastor.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Pastorate.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The office or dignity of pastor.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the position of pastor
Even though the teachers (brothers) represented main pastorship and youth pastor of the city's biggest church, First Baptist.
KING: That was yesterday, as Reverend Robert H. Schuller, on your left, founding pastor of the Crystal Cathedral, host of "The H.ur of Power," turned over the pastorship of that cathedral to Robert A. Schuller, who succeeded the father as now senior pastor.
Should Pastor Ned Jeffries be stripped of his pastorship of our church!
Mr. Fredericks said, “All those in favor of removing Ned Jeffries from the pastorship of the First Baptist Church of Homeland…”
And we're moving to a new pastorship in a different church.
But Brian has accepted a youth pastorship at another church and will have the opportunity to preach more in Sunday services and other outreaches through town (this church is run by a ministry that works with the homeless, drug addicts etc).
The church offices under the New Testament, as apostleship, pastorship, &c., were instituted by Christ either before his death -- compare these places together, Mark iii. 13, 14, &c.
For the Rev.Mr. McCloskey to assume the pastorship of St. Joseph's required no little courage.
In November, 1882, he was called to the pastorship of the
December, 1876, in April, 1877, he accepted the pastorship of the Second Baptist Church of Richmond, Va., where he succeeded in paying off the entire debt of the church.