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A preachership was the title originally given to the congregations of men and women with superior education giving sermons to the public as a result of their dissatisfaction with poor-quality sermons of medieval church.
These gatherings were considered more important than the Eucharist.
Preacherships made of the intelligentsia becoming Protestant leaders were found in: Stuttgart, Reutlingen, Eisenach, and Jena.