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Making Sure Your Virtual Church Meeting is Legally Valid

Attorney Sarah E. Merkle offers step-by-step guidance on how to conduct virtual church business meetings in this on-demand webinar.

The COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak, and the corresponding “stay-at-home” directives issued by most states, has put churches of all sizes and settings in a difficult position when it comes to worship services—as well as the convening of board and membership meetings.

In this one-hour webinar with attorney Sarah E. Merkle, pastors, board chairs, and board members will get expert, step-by-step guidance regarding how to conduct virtual church business meetings that are legally valid, protecting and preserving any votes or decisions ultimately made. Download the presentation handout to take notes while you watch.

Merkle is a Church Law & Tax senior editorial advisor and author of the newly released Your Complete Guide to Virtual Church Meetings: A toolkit for legal and compliant business meetings.

To stay updated on the latest COVID-19 news and advice from Church Law & Tax, visit: www.ChurchLawAndTax.com/Coronavirus.

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  • May 5, 2020

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