(the) General Assembly of the Church of Scotland

the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland [the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland]
the group of people governing the ↑Church of Scotland. It consists of ↑ministers (= priests) and other officials who are elected by members of the Church. It is responsible for important decisions affecting the Church.

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