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Free United Methodist Church Separation Guide:

What Your Church Needs To Do Now

By June 2022, the United Methodist denomination and its current member churches will look completely different than they do today. With a proposed separation plan on the table and the vote delayed due to COVID-19, churches now have an unexpected window of opportunity to decide who they want to be, where they want to go and how they plan to get there.

You do not have to wait for the vote to start taking steps towards your future. In fact, whether you want to stay in the UMC or leave, now is the time to take steps to protect your congregation and set yourself up for the years to come.

GET HELP WITH YOUR DECISION

We know this issue can be confusing. That’s why we created “UMC Separation: What Your Church Needs To Do Now” a free guide to help you lead your congregation to the choice that’s best for your church.

We’re experts in this area of the law, having successfully assisted hundreds of United Methodist churches in navigating he UMC trust clause and other legal factors. This guide combines our knowledge and experience to give you more information about your options.

DOWNLOAD THE GUIDE TO DISCOVER:

  • The current status of the separation plan
  • What the UMC is doing before the vote
  • Why now is a crucial time to make decisions for your future
  • Three questions you need to be asking now
  • The four options you have
  • Next steps to take to preserve your property and grow your ministry – whether you stay or leave

GET THE FREE GUIDE

Your focus right now should be deciding where you want to be two years from now – and taking the steps to get there. Download our step-by-step guide, created by our team of legal experts, to discover the questions you should be asking, the options you have the next steps you can take, even before the vote.

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IS YOUR CHURCH ONE OF THE 32,000 THAT’S TAKING A “WAIT AND SEE” APPROACH?

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PLAN FOR YOUR CHURCH’S FUTURE

The United Methodist denomination has advised local churches to wait for the General Conference before taking any action. But is that the right thing to do?

We don’t think so.

Doing nothing in hopes that the issues dividing the UMC will simply blow over is risky. A failure to plan now for the future will almost certainly be a mistake later.

DOWNLOAD THE FREE GUIDE TODAY to learn more about your next steps or email Daniel P. Dalton directly at ddalton@daltontomich.com to get answers to your questions.