The Parish Papers
Your congregations can now download several dozen free resources from the www.TheParishPaper.com Web site.
Download The Parish Papers from the "links and resources" area to the left.
Our organization’s purchase of photocopy rights for The Parish Paper INCLUDES:
- Permission to provide copies to our staff and the congregations within our constituency in any of the following ways: E-mail, Postal, newspaper, newsletter, meetings, training events, and our Website.
- Permission for each congregation within our constituency to (a) photocopy or electronically distribute for local use as many copies as it needs, (b) post them on its Website, and (c) quote sentences and paragraphs.
Your congregation does NOT have permission (a) to delete the copyright notice on page 2; (b) to re-write, paraphrase, or change the wording of sentences and paragraphs; or (c) to give ANY THIRD PARTY—other than your staff and constituents—permission to photocopy or reprint (in any quantity, no matter how small, whether for free distribution or for sale).
For more information on this publication visit www.theparishpaper.com.
NEW INFORMATION REGARDING The Parish Paper
Problem: Each month, we receive E-mails from pastors whose middle-judicatories subscribe to and distribute The Parish Paper to congregations within their jurisdiction that say, “May we have permission to photocopy (or distribute) the _____ [month] issue of The Parish Paper in our congregation?”
Possible Solution: Each time you hang The Parish Paper issues on your middle-judicatory Web site (or E-mail the issues as attachments to your congregations), could you E-mail your congregations the following announcement?
Our organization’s purchase of a subscription to The Parish Paper INCLUDES:
1. Permission to provide copies to our staff and to the congregations within our jurisdiction in any of the following ways: E-mail, Postal, newspaper, newsletter, meetings, training events, and our Web site.
2. Permission for each congregation within our jurisdiction to (a) photocopy or electronically distribute for local use as many copies as it needs, (b) post them on its Web site, and (c) quote sentences and paragraphs.