unchurch

VERB
  1. exclude from a church or a religious community
    The gay priest was excommunicated when he married his partner
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How To Use unchurch In A Sentence

  • One question I ask after 23 years in ministry is how long it takes for an unchurched person committing his or her life to Christ to develop the habit of giving to the ministry?
  • This is a 'seeker-sensitive' environment, designed to appeal to the unchurched. Times, Sunday Times
  • In the West, Presbyterians, Methodists, and Baptists employed revival meetings to evangelize unchurched frontier families.
  • Can we find ways to make that tradition accessible to unchurched people who may be seeking spiritually, but do not find the megachurch model compelling?
  • Lyberg says a core of about 25 unchurched people come weekly to ‘share their lives and sense of faith.’
  • Baptist women worked to bring the gospel and the church to unchurched war workers.
  • He appeals to both unchurched sophisticates and conservative Christians.
  • We have listened to the unchurched with modest education, and we listened to the unchurched with doctoral degrees. Christianity Today
  • While a branch of evangelical Christendom unchurches all sister denominations, such action is abhorrent to Presbyterian feeling and unknown to Presbyterian practice. The Reformed Doctrine of Predestination
  • The primary question Warren asks as he prepares to preach to ‘seekers’ is: ‘Would this message make sense to a totally unchurched person?’
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