eldership

NOUN
  1. the office of elder
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How To Use eldership In A Sentence

  • In special day, do you want to prepare a life memory gift for your parents, eldership , friend, wife or lover?
  • The eldership is a very strong element of our tradition and we expressed a lot of concern about the reduction in their role under the proposed new structure.
  • Ian joined the eldership at West Park in June 2003.
  • The Moderator has said her appointment should be a significant boost to the eldership in Scotland and to the role of women in the church.
  • The newlywed person accept bless from the eldership in the family.
  • She congratulated him on his 40 years in the world of art and on his recent award of a staff of eldership and chief's title in the Orisha community.
  • Contentious though this representation was, and is, it nevertheless captures several of the central features of eldership. The Times Literary Supplement
  • She congratulated him on his 40 years in the world of art and on his recent award of a staff of eldership and chief's title in the Orisha community.
  • Within two years he created an eldership and divided the duties, which left the deacons out of some decision making.
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