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Constitutional Musing #25

What is a Joint Congregational Witness?

A joint congregational witness is a mission strategy of a presbytery. When its strategy for mission requires it, a presbytery may approve a joint congregational witness between PC(USA) congregations and congregations of other Christian churches.i Accordingly, a joint congregational witness can only be formed by the joining of two or more separate congregations, one of which is a PC(USA) congregation.

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