Your Church and the Law Paperback
A Simple Explanation and Guide
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Your Church and the Law
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Your Church and the Law by David Parrott was published by Canterbury Press in August 2011 and is our 18850th best seller. The ISBN for Your Church and the Law is 9781848251021.
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Your Church & The LawDavid Ford, via The Good Book Stall
This book is a great deal more accessible and useful than its title might suggest. Covering 22 key areas of ministry David Parrott’s guide provides a useful introduction to the legal implications of just about everything that is likely to cross a modern minister’s desk.
Each chapter begins with a scenario many of which will be readily recognisable to the experienced priest, and each chapter ends with invaluable recommendations for resources or web sites. In between the material presented is succinct, clear and easily digestible.
Inevitably books of this kind have their limits. From my own perspective for instance, there is virtually nothing on District Church Councils or Team Ministries. This means that the wise minister will also have other related books on their shelves such as the excellent yet more dense (and older) Practical Church Management. It is also unclear how this – second – edition compares with the first, which perhaps is a slight oversight.
Those caveats aside this is an excellent addition to any busy minister’s shelf and a fast route to many an answer on everything from marriage to faculties, safeguarding to the basics of charity law. It should at the very least reduce the number of calls to the local Registrar.
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Details for Your Church and the Law
|Page last updated||15th May 2017|
|Author / Artist||David Parrott|
|Publisher||Canterbury Press (August 2011)|
|Edition||2nd Revised edition|
|Number of Pages||256|