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Church Mergers: When, Why, and How

From consideration to final steps, let the experts guide you each step of the way.

Church Mergers: When, Why, and How
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Church mergers are on the rise. Is it the best decision for your congregation? If so, how can you legally navigate the complexities of two (or more) churches becoming one? Attorneys Erika E. Cole and David Middlebrook provide the details.

ALSO: Reference Richard R. Hammar’s Pastor, Church & Law for additional insights on merger and consolidation.

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  • May 5, 2021

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