Meaning of deaconship in English:

deaconship

See synonyms for deaconship

noun

See deacon

‘When was the last time you heard of a candidate disqualified for deaconship because he had unruly children?’
  • ‘The character of the deaconship remains lively, permeating all the aspects of your life, both in the specific exercising of the ministry as deacons and in professional, family, social life etc.’
  • ‘He received his deaconship on 7 April 1943 at the Aramana Chapel.’
  • ‘He received his deaconship and priesthood from His Grace Mar Julius.’