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Practical Services

The Charity Commission. Property law. Employment regulations. Data protection. These things often fill churches with dread and distract them from the ministry they should be doing. We want to help.

That’s why FIEC offers practical and legal advice to our family of churches.

Practical Advice Line

If you’ve got a question about any of the practical aspects of doing church, our Advice Line is here to help. Every FIEC church gets 30 minutes of free legal advice every year on any new topic, provided by Edward Connor Solicitors.

Got a question? Just call 01858 411569, email [email protected] or use the Contact Form and select ‘Practical Services’.

Please be aware that the Advice Line is subject to the Edward Connor Solicitors’ terms and conditions of service.

Edward Connor Solicitors

We’re Christians first, solicitors second.

Edward Connor Solicitors is a legal services company that is also a charity, set up by FIEC to support churches and Christian charities. We want to free you up to do the important work of gospel ministry by offering biblically shaped legal advice that you can afford.

Our mission is to help you fulfil yours.

If you require any legal work, whether conveyancing or charity governance advice or HR assistance, this will be done by our partner charity – Edward Connor Solicitors.

Call 01858 411568 or email [email protected]

FIEC Limited (Property Trustee Services)

We act as property holding trustee for a number of independent churches. If you’ve got a query about this service or if you’re a church for whom we hold property, please call 01858 411569.

Edward Connor Solicitors is a registered charity (charity number 1175305) and a company limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales (company number 10821224). Its registered office is at 39 The Point, Market Harborough, Leicestershire LE16 7QU. It is registered for VAT (number GB 277792346). It is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (number 640691).

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    Advice articles

    In addition to our Advice Line, we publish online resources to help you with practical church issues.

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