Kindly express frankly your opinion of the federated church as a means of securing Christian unity and church efficiency.
The "federated church" obviates this difficulty to a certain extent.
What effect, if any, has the formation of the federated church had upon the social life of the community?
Particularly will this be true when a minister of their own denomination is to be made pastor of the federated church.
This opinion was expressed after an experience of sixteen years of the federated church.
That led to the decision to form a federated church under the leadership of one pastor.
On the other hand, the members of a local community are usually ready to form a federated church when they understand it.
Our federated church has grown from two small churches to the position of dominance in the community.
The other—the federated church—is favored by the people in the churches and opposed by many of the officials.
If organic union in a denominational church is not feasible, a federated church should be formed.