Presbyterianism, whose bodies are also called Reformed Churches, share a common origin in the 16th-century Swiss Reformation and the teachings of John Calvin, and today is one of the largest Christian denominations in Protestantism.

Church Membership From a Distance (2015-09-13)

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  • Church Membership From a Distance (2015-09-13)

    Why is it necessary to transfer church membership when moving to a new state? Is this mandatory? Why can't one be a lifetime member of their home church, since they will be buried in their home state and would prefer having their funeral from their home church? As long as one is worshiping with fellow believers in their new state of residence, I don't see the need to transfer membership. Your thoughts and comments, please.

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    Originally posted by Christforums View Post
    Why can't one be a lifetime member of their home church, since they will be buried in their home state and would prefer having their funeral from their home church?
    Some people who move to a new state prefer to be buried and have their funeral at the new church they attend.
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