Parish definition

Parish means the ecclesiastical parish in which the Academy is situated or one which it serves;
Parish means the Parish of Jefferson, State of Louisiana.
Parish means a Ministry Unit designated by geography.

Examples of Parish in a sentence

  • The Council’s treasury management activities are controlled by Schedule 1 of the Local Government Act 2003, in relation to Capital Finance for Parish and Community Councils.

  • Owing to financial constraints, the Parish Council has formed no collective view on this application.

  • Act 91 of the 2016 Regular Legislative Session provides for the unification of public schools in Orleans Parish under the oversight of the Orleans Parish School Board.

  • Raymond Laborde Correctional Center (RLCC), located near Cottonport in Avoyelles Parish, opened in Octo- ber 1989.

  • The Council will support and encourage communities to develop their own community led plans - Parish Plans and/or Village/Town Design Statements.


More Definitions of Parish

Parish means any of the 12 parishes of Jersey;
Parish means, except in sections 21(2)(g) and 62(4), a parish constituted for ecclesiastical purposes, and does not include a conventional district.
Parish means a parish within the Archdiocese Territory that is Archdiocese-recognized as Catholic.
Parish means the Catholic parish in which the respective Academy is situated or which it serves;
Parish means a corporation comprising the Rector, Church Wardens and Vestry of a parish continued or created under the Anglican Church Act, 2003; and
Parish means East Baton Rouge Parish.
Parish means the Parish of St. Tammany, State of Louisiana.