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@Steve D

It's not about switching to a different church, but moving the church entirely. Using an example I'm most familiar with, many downtown D.C. synagogues relocated closer to the suburbs to match the changing needs of their community. It seems silly if to suggest that the location of a physical building is more important than retaining close ties to the community that you both live in and serve.

by Adam L on Dec 5, 2012 12:54 pm • linkreport

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