Definition of pastorship in English:

pastorship

noun

  • See pastor

    • ‘1848 The Free Church of Scotland settlement is established at New Edinburgh, later Dunedin, New Zealand, under the pastorship of the reverend.’
    • ‘Trying to decide to whom we would offer the pastorship was as close as I ever came to being a cardinal.’
    • ‘He resigned his associate pastorship in 1989 and, with the help of an inheritance and some investments, earned an MBA in marketing at Portland State University.’
    • ‘Still, a joint pastorship returned briefly about a decade ago.’
    • ‘Indeed, the life-changing concept that she has embraced in her pastorship has become the source of her new book.’