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Many main stream denomination congregations are losing members as the result of many contributing factors. Congregations close weekly and there is no further witness from that congregation felt in the community. But some congregations have sought ways to extend the life of a congregation and its effects on and contributions to its community. Sometimes nearby congregations from the same denomination choose to merge and sometimes congregations of different denominations merge.

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