Act On Membership Of The Church, Church Services And Parish Band Solution

Original Language Title: Act on membership of the church, church service and parish band solution

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Overview (table of contents) Chapter 1 Establishment and termination of membership of the National Church Chapter 2 of belonging to the national church congregations Chapter 3 members ' right to religious instruction Chapter 4 Parish Band Solution Part 5 Commencement The full text of the Order governing the membership of the church, church services and parish band solution hereby promulgated law No. 352 of 6 June 1991 on the membership of the church , church services and parish band solution with the changes imposed by Law No. 941 of 20 December 1999, Law No. 47 of 28 January 2009, and Law No. 507 of 12 June 2009. Chapter 1 Establishment and termination of membership of the National Church, § 1. Person who baptized in the church, will be that baptism member of the church. PCS. 2. Person's who are baptized in another Evangelical Lutheran community in this country will become a member of the church by joining a congregation in the Church. PCS. 3. Person who are baptized in the Evangelical Lutheran community abroad are members of the church by staying in this country, unless they report that would stand outside the Church. PCS. 4. the Second person's who are baptized in the Christian baptism, the members of the church city recorded in the national church or two minors, by educated people in the Church's faith. § 2. A member of the church can bring its membership terminated by written notification. PCS. 2. Membership lapses if a member joins another faith or otherwise, for example. by letting himself gendøbe, put thems elves outside the Church. § 3. For unmarried person under the age of 18 made a Commission in accordance with paragraph 1. 2-4, and section 2 of the custodial parent, however, that a person who is 15 years old, also has to give its consent. § 4. The Church Minister shall lay down detailed rules on the admission and withdrawal of the state church. Chapter 2 of belonging to the national church congregations § 5. People's Church members belong to the church of the parish in which they reside, unless by special commissions is referred to another congregation. The members of the congregations for the Deaf and the members of St. Petersburg. Petri German congregation retains, however, also belonging to the congregation. Chapter 3 members ' right to religious instruction section 6. Any member of the church has the right to religious instruction of the priest or priest for the church two which the member belongs, see. § 5. Parish Band Looser operated though the priest whom ice resolved two parish band. PCS. 2. A member who is not domiciled in the country, has the right to religious instruction of the minister of the church two which the member within the heard. § 7. A member of the church who do not belong to the congregation but who has a special connection to this, has the right to religious instruction in the parish congregation's church. Special connection exists, in particular if the member 1) previously lived in the parish, 2) have close relatives who live in the parish, or as regards burial or interment 3), parents, spouse or children who are buried in a cemetery of the parish. PCS. 2. Ecclesiastical Affairs may lay down rules on the right to religious instruction in the parish congregation's church. PCS. 3. the pastor's decision under subsection. 1 may be referred to the bishop. The Bishop's decision can not be appealed two any other administrative authority. § 8. priest in a parish can with parish councils and the junction-party pastoratet in areas so that every priest serving its territory. PCS. 2. Ward members, however, regardless of the region sharing the right to religious instruction of any of pastoratets priest. § 9. If the parish council or one of the priest's so wishes, or consider it necessary, the bishop the bishop after consultation with the parish council and the priest lay down rules on priestly control of the church or churches, including sharing pastoratet in areas and on priestly access use of the church or churches. Such rules must always be seen when pastoratet divided into areas. PCS. 2. The Bishop's decisions under subsection. 1 can of the parish councils and pastors appealed to the church minister. Chapter 4 Parish Band Solution section 10. A member of the church can be at the parish band solution join the parish priest to another parish than that two which the member belongs provided vicar is a member of a church council. A priest is not required two acceptance an applicant as a parish where the interests of tape solves this is found to be overridden by vital for the pastor or his church. PCS. 2. (A) the Minister's refusal following paragraph. 1 can of the member appealed to the bishop. The Bishop's decision can not be appealed to the Church Ministry. § 11. Parish Band Solution cease to the parish tapeless's review thereof. PCS. 2. A priest whom the parish two tape is loose, it may terminate the parish band solution, if there are circumstances that make it unreasonable to keep the priest's bond towards that. Termination must be in writing with six months ' notice. Denunciation may be appealed to the bishop of sognebånds resolver. Complain to the bishop within 4 weeks after receipt of the notification have suspensive effect. The Bishop's decision can not be appealed to the Church Ministry. PCS. 3. Parish Band solution ends when the priest whom the two parish band is loose, transferred, door or dismissed. Sognebånds resolver may defer the date of termination until a new minister is appointed. § 12. For unmarried person under the age of 18 made a Commission according to §§ 10-11 of the custodial parent, however, that a person who is 15 years old, also has to give its consent. § 13. Church Minister shall issue rules concerning the formation and termination of the parish band solution. Chapter 5 Entry into force section 14. This Act shall come into force on 1 January 1992. At the same time: 1) Act on parish councils, cf. Consolidated Act No. 758 of December 7, 1987, and 2) the law of churches use, parishes band solution, etc., cf.. Order No. 759 of 7 December 1987. Subsection. 2. Law No. 218 of 23 April 1986 on the management and Use of National Church mm is amended as follows: 1. In section 5, paragraph. 2, the words ' section 22 ' city ' of § 9 of the membership of the church, church services and parish band solution '. 2. Chapter 3 is deleted. § 15. This Act shall not apply to the Faroe Islands and Greenland. The Act may by Royal. be brought into force in the Faroe Islands with such deviations as the special Faeroese conditions. Act No. 941 of 20 December 1999 contains the following commissions, etc., section 4 of the Act, sections 1 and 2 shall enter into force after publication in the Official Gazette, while Act § 3 shall enter into force on 1 January 2001. section 5 of the Act does not apply Faroe Islands and Greenland. The Act may by Royal. be brought into force in the Faroe Islands with such deviations as the special Faeroese conditions. Act No. 47 of 28 January 2009 contains the following commissions, etc., § 8 paragraph. 1. This Act shall enter into force on 1 January 2009, see. However paragraph. 2-4 PCS. 2. §§ 21a and section 21b of the Danish national church's economy, which is replaced in § 4, no. 18, comes into force on 1 January 2010. Subsection. 3. § 4, no. 1 of this Act, § 1 of the Act on the Church's economy, as amended in § 4, no. 3, § 11 paragraph. 3 and § 17 paragraph b. 7 of the Act on the national church's economy, as worded by § 4, no. 14-15, and section 19 of the Act on employment in jobs in the national church, as worded by section 5 shall enter into force on 1 January 2010 to the budget on 2011. Subsection. 4. § 8 paragraph. 1, § 9, paragraph. 1, § 11 and § 14 paragraph. 1 pt. 1 of the Act on management and Use of National Church mm, as worded by § 2, no. 1-3, § 1. 1 and paragraph. 3-5, § 2. 3 and 4, § 27, paragraph. 4 and section 43 paragraph. 3 and 6 of the Act on parish councils, as worded by § 6, no. 1-8, 11 and 12, and section 7, paragraph. 1, § 8 paragraph. 1 and § 21 paragraph. 1 of the Act on elections to the parish council, as worded by § 7, no.1-3, will enter into force on 1 October 2010. § 9 Church Minister may lay down detailed rules on the procedure concerning the transfer of priesthood capitals see. § 4, no. 18, as well as rules on Church areas transformation into parishes. § 10 Act does not apply to the Faroe Islands and Greenland. Act No. 507 of 12 June 2009 contains the following commissions, etc., § 2. This Act shall enter into force on 1 July 2009. section 3 of The Act does not apply to the Faroe Islands and Greenland. Church Ministry, June 17, 2009 Hadley/Eva Stilov