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Guideline Leaflet C06: Churches and Charity Registration

All Baptist churches are individual charities in their own right but not all churches have to register with the Charity Commission.  This leaflet explains which churches have to register and offers them further guidance.

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Created: 14/09/2012 (last updated 11/2021)
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