One who checks out or sings the Gospel as part of a church solution.
an individual who preaches through the Gospels
A singer of gospel songs
the four evangelists.
A follower of Wyclif, 1st English religious reformer; for this reason, a Puritan.
A priest or deacon whom reads the gospel at the altar during the communion service.
A writer of 1 of this four gospels.
one that lays specific tension upon the gospel and strict adherence to its doctrines, almost narrowly conceived, towards ecclesiastical usages or customs; a fervently evangelical Protestant; a Puritan: during the time of the Reformation and soon after, a term of reproach when you look at the mouths of people of ecclesiastical or rationalistic sympathies.
A deacon, or a bishop or priest acting as deacon, on occasion of this eucharist or holy communion: so named from his office of reading the liturgical gospel, in distinction from epistler or subdeacon, whom checks out the epistle. See gospel, n., 5.
an earnest preacher associated with gospel; an evangelist; a missionary.