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What do I have to do to transfer my membership from one Methodist Church to another Methodist Church

how do you transfer membership from one methodist church to another methodist church

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Usually you would tell the pastor of the new church you'd like to join (if he/she doesn't know already), and the new pastor and/or their secretary takes care of the paperwork from that point on.

 

Life is a voyage that's homeward bound. –Herman Melville

pilgrimwb is right, you have to talk with the pastor before becoming member of new church and then the office does the rest.  From one UMC member to another, welcome.

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