Should we let the parishes fade away? (Scenario 2)

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    Should we let the parishes fade away? (Scenario 2)


    It is not a case of letting them, they are. Perhaps it would be practical to close down those churches which cannot support their own buildings. For many supporting a minister is out of the questions. Often UC are on prime land and yet the church is not functional. Maintaining large empty buildings is a misuse of resources. Selling the property and investing the money to provide resources for small fellowships to focus on the core business of sharing the Gospel makes sense. There are enough larger churches around which can be host to seasonal celebrations for all believers. Because of the transient life style led by many, the need for long term commitment and loyalty to a parish church is no longer part of society. Sell the old establishments and fund those who are taking the gospel to schools, universities, nursing homes, prisons, hospitals, government departments, sporting organisations, the list goes on –


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