3 edition of The articles and rules of the Episcopal Charitable Society in Boston. found in the catalog.
The articles and rules of the Episcopal Charitable Society in Boston.
Boston Episcopal Charitable Society.
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Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Boston Episcopal Charitable Society. OCLC Number: Notes: Ten numbered articles; printed in two columns.
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The Boston Episcopal Charitable Society, established in by charter from the king of England, provides supplemental financial assistance to individuals in Episcopal congregations throughout the greater Boston area and beyond through their parish priests.
Requests for one-time grants are made by parish clergy on behalf of a parishioner by completing a. The name of the Corporation is the Protestant Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts, otherwise known as the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts (which name is hereby recognized as also designating the corporation).
Its principal office is at Tremont Street, Boston, Massachusetts. ARTICLE XIII. Charitable Code Compliance. The Episcopal Community will comply with all requirements of the IRS as a C-3 charitable, tax exempt organization.
ARTICLE XIV. Canons of The Episcopal Church. XIV.1 Non-Conflict with Canons. The Episcopal Community hereby accedes to the Constitution, Canons, Doctrine, Discipline, and Worship of the Episcopal Church.
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