Every Sunday Quotes

Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Every Sunday Quotes from famous persons: Carol Drinkwater, Frederica Mathewes-Green, Desmond Tutu, David Trezeguet, Mabel. The wide variety of quotes available makes it possible to find a quote to suit your needs. You’ve likely heard some of the Every Sunday Quotes before, but that’s because they truly are great.

I loved Forcalquier, with its narrow medieval streets.

I loved Forcalquier, with its narrow medieval streets. Its elegant 12th Century cathedral boasts a carillon that chimes every Sunday morning. I also found a junk shop from which I could have furnished our entire farm.
Lots of Orthodox go to church every Sunday but don’t know much about the faith. Yet they know that there is something that they don’t know much about.
I mean in the South African case, many of those who were part of death squads would have been respectable members of their white community, people who went to church on Sunday, every Sunday.
When a coach arrives at Juve, he has to win every Sunday, no draw matters, all that matters are the three points.
Swedes celebrate Christmas Eve. Every Sunday leading up to Christmas, we light a candle, then make gingerbread and saffron buns.
Growing up, I was your classic Catholic Irish kid. I went to mass every Sunday. Then in secondary school I went to boarding school, and there was mass seven days a week before breakfast – it may have put me off!
Well, it made perfect sense that I originally wanted to be an actor because every Sunday, we walked into church and we acted like we were the happiest, most together family.
I was possessed with a wonderful example of my Italian American family. They would come over and join us every Sunday, all my aunts and uncles and nephews and nieces, and I would sing for them.
I was sent to boarding school – a grim place. The only good thing the headmaster did for us was every Sunday evening in the winter he would show us films in the chapel. He couldn’t afford a sound projector, so we saw silent films, which you could then still rent from photographic shops.
Kevin Brownlow
I’m a God-fearing man, go to church every Sunday, and have since I was a boy. But if I ever found out that God cared one way or another about a borderline illegal fist-fight on Saturday night, I would be so greatly disappointed that it would make rethink my entire belief system.
When I was really, really young, I wanted to be a cook at Bob Evans because my parents would always go there every Sunday after church.
I have a weekly playlist on Spotify called Mixtape Mondays. So every Sunday night, I sit around listening to tunes to place. It’s becoming my favorite part of the week.
Joshua Ostrander
The host of ‘Face The Nation,’ Bob Schieffer, was an important figure in my childhood years. Every Sunday in the fall, he occupied my family’s time after church and before the NFL pregame shows.
I was in church every Sunday till I was 14 or 15. A van used to come and get us, whether we wanted to go or not. I saw people getting the spirit, talking in tongues, juddering, foaming at the mouthto be honest, I was a bit frightened of it. The minute I could, I stopped going.
It wasn’t about accolades, but showing that I was bred and predestined to be one of best football players to come into the league – and, every Sunday, to help my team to win.
I don’t work out at all on Sunday. It’s amazing. I look forward to every Sunday.
We are a religious family. My mum still goes to church every Sunday. There was a time when I was younger when I started getting games on a Sunday, so it came down to a choice between going to church and playing football. I think my mum knew what I really loved, and she did not stop me from going to football.
I am not only a State Senator but I am a pastor, a minister, and the President of an organization comprised of more than 150 Pentecostal ministers throughout the City and State of New York. I am the one who preaches the Word of God every Sunday.
Ruben Diaz Sr.
You want to go out there and you want to show up for your teammates every Sunday, and you do everything you can to make sure that happens.
I grew up Presbyterian, just a basic Protestant upbringing. There were years in my life when I would go to church every Sunday and to Sunday school. Then I just phased out of it.
Colombia is not how people think it is. We used to eat fish every Sunday at the beach. In the town where I grew up, people did not tell lies.
I grew up in rural Alabama, 50 miles from Montgomery, in a very loving, wonderful family: wonderful mother, wonderful father. We attended church; we went to Sunday school every Sunday.
I miss Boca. I miss the fans, wearing the jersey every Sunday, and stepping on to La Bombonera.
I still went to church regularly every Sunday; that is we all went there together. I reverenced the family pew where we had assembled for so many years; and apart from that reason I hold it dear because it is associated in my memory with my mother.
I went to church every Sunday and sang in the choir. But for all that the church gave me – for all that it represented belonging, love and community – it also shut its doors to me as a gay person. That experience left me with the lifelong desire to explore the power of religion to transform lives or destroy them.
When Christians start thinking about Jesus, things start breaking down, they lose their faith. It’s perfectly possible to go to church every Sunday and not ask any questions, just because you like it as a way of life. They fear that if they ask questions they’ll lose their Christ, the very linchpin of their religion.
I used to do bell ringing in Benenden church. It was really good fun, actually. My best friend‘s dad was the local vicar, and so it was expected as her best friend that I would go to church every Sunday with her.
I was born in Alabama and my first live music experiences were in church. Every Sunday we watched regional gospel groups on television singing their hearts out.
I really started to get into reading the Bible and I started to look for a church to go to. Every Sunday I was going to like three or four churches, I was just looking for the right church.
Angus T. Jones
I don’t really go to church every Sunday and that kind of stuff, but I do believe in a higher power and I do believe in God.
My grandmother was a very simple woman. She didn’t want a whole lot. My grandmother wanted to go to church and Sunday school every Sunday. She wanted to be in Bible study every Wednesday. The other days, she wanted to be on a fishing creek.
I needed something Real Madrid could not give, which was playing every Sunday, whether I was doing well or not.
For cardio, I run every Sunday.
We went to church every Sunday. When I was a kid, the only time I sang was around my family.
My training in Science of Mind had begun with my mother. She took me to a different church every Sunday, and she encouraged me to question the minister afterward.
I just discovered the Santa Monica flea market, every Sunday. I go weekly. There’s a lot of interesting things there.
April Bowlby
The reason I still go play the organ at church every Sunday and dedicate my talents to God first is because I feel like that’s the reason why I’m who I am today.
We went to church every Sunday. I do think it’s my duty to give back. That’s why I’m involved with St. Jude’s Children‘s Research Hospital and the Make-a-Wish Foundation.
When I was growing up, every Sunday was a rest day, so after church, we’d get all my cousins and sisters together, and my parents would take us all shop hopping. We’d go to all the different shops, and Target was always the last on the list; we’d walk in, and Mum would say, ‘Go on, go crazy!’
I keep all my Sunday papers out, I keep them all week and then I change them every Sunday.
My dad used to play reggae and Afrobeats. Every Sunday, we used to have these records, vinyls. And he would just play all of them – Super Cat, Ninja Man, Buju Banton.
Burna Boy
But I don’t necessarily define my faith by going to church every Sunday.
In my house every Sunday, everybody was cleaning the house. There was always music, and everybody was dancing, sometimes naked, around the house. Not hippie, but very free.
My father used to tape ‘Top of the Pops‘ for me every Sunday, and I would sit in my bedroom, write down the lyrics of all of my favourite songs, and sing along. I was always singing in my bedroom with a hairbrush.
Why do I do this every Sunday? Even the book reviews seem to be the same as last week’s. Different books same reviews.
John Osborne
Well, traditionally, how I grew up, I grew up in the Baptist Church, always going to church every Sunday, Sunday school, vacation Bible school.
Things down here in Hawaii are similar to Alabama. We go to church every Sunday. People are treated like family there just like here. There are many similarities there, and you want to be somewhere that feels like home, and that’s what Alabama feels like.
Tua Tagovailoa
I am not a person of faith. I’m a Catholic. I was brought up Catholic, but I’m not a church-going sort of girl. I’m very spiritual. I pray every night. I believe in Heaven and Hell, but I’m not a person that goes to church, like, every Sunday.
It was not enough to come and listen to a great sermon or message every Sunday morning and be confined to those four walls and those four corners. You had to get out and do something.
My grandmother made sure that I went to church every Sunday. And she’d come over and pick us boys up, and we would go to the Nazarene church. And back then, that was about as close to heaven as I ever got, because just the time to be able to spend with her, and she was very, very religious.
When I started and first got to the MMA gym the guys would start and say, ‘You’re like the All-American kid.’ It was because, I don’t know, I go to church every Sunday, I got married young and I’ve always been an All-American in college having gone All-American all four years.
My parents had us in church every Sunday, every Wednesday. It was more of a tradition at that point; I didn’t have a personal relationship with the Lord until I went to the altar call one Sunday, and the youth pastor told us to make a decision for ourselves.
I’ve grown so much since 1996. I think that was the turning point of when I started to go to church every Sunday and not just because you’re supposed to. But because you enjoy going and listening to the Word and being excited about it.
Lisa Leslie
Unfortunately, I used to play in goal, and I broke my hand. Two fingers. The ball hit me and bent my fingers back. I used to play every Sunday. I was quite competitive.
When I’m in Los Angeles, my wife and I go to the farmers‘ market with the kids every Sunday.