Pastor

A pastor is usually an ordained leader of a Christian congregation. When used as an ecclesiastical styling or title, the term may be abbreviated to "Pr" or often "Ps."

Read more about Pastor:  History, Historical Usage, Leaving The Ordained Ministry

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... Observers such as clergy counselor Rowland Croucher suggest that the numbers of "ex-pastors" roughly equals that of serving clergy throughout the Western world ... More pastors and priests may be leaving parish ministry than are lost to most other professions ... Other writers have explored ex-pastors within particular denominations and/or focused on particular related issues such as burnout, stress, marital stress, sexual abuse, celibacy ...
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... He was also pastor of the First Church in Stamford, Connecticut (1862-65), and of the New England Congregational Church in Brooklyn, New York (1865-70) ... preaching to "American sojourning there." From 1878 to 1882 he was pastor of the Park Congregational Church in Norwich, Connecticut, and later of other ... In 1887, he was the pastor of the Independent Presbyterian Church in Savannah, Georgia ...
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... Pastor or Pastore family name is descriptive for the profession of a religious (usually Christian) Pastor and the profession of a shepherd pastor ...
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... It is about a pastor who adopts a young blind girl whom his daughter, Charlotte, names "Gertrude" ... known as the Pastoral Symphony) which the pastor takes Gertrude to hear ... It also refers to the pastor's own symphony with Gertrude ...