Meaning of disfellowship
Pronunciation: (dis-fel'ō-ship"), [key]
— n., v., -shiped, -ship•ing -shipped, -ship•ping.
- (in some Protestant religions) the status of a member who, because of some serious infraction of church policy, has been denied the church's sacraments and any post of responsibility and is officially shunned by other members.
- to place in the status of disfellowship.