a school, now usually in connection with a church, for religious instruction on Sunday.
the members of such a school.
Sunday school

a school for the religious instruction of children on Sundays, usually held in a church hall and formerly also providing secular education
(as modifier): a Sunday-school outing

the members of such a school


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