Free Will



The Center of Praise is happy to announce that as part of implementing the upcoming Free Will Campaign, we are offering all members the opportunity to take advantage of creating their own personal will. COP has absorbed and waived the standard cost for this service to our members. A link is provided that will walk you through a step-by-step process to take advantage of this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. If you opt for more in-depth estate planning, an optional list of attorneys will be provided as a possible resource.

Stay tuned for more information as we continue to roll out our Free Will Campaign. Our goal of paying off the mortgages on our church buildings is to leave a debt-free legacy for future generations.

Include Center of Praise in Your Legacy

Including a legacy gift in your will is a powerful way to sustain the Center of Praise Ministries for generations to come. A legacy gift costs nothing to make today and allows you to make a lasting commitment to your faith and values. We partner with FreeWill to offer a free online estate planning tool — it can help you create your will and start your legacy with Center of Praise Ministries.


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Frequently asked questions

Why is FreeWill free?
FreeWill's no-charge product is supported by nonprofit organizations. Many of our will-makers choose to leave a portion of their estate to charity, and we hope you'll consider doing the same. FreeWill never sells your personal data to third-parties. For more details on our commitment to data security, please read our privacy and security policies.

Do I need a will?
A will is important for everyone and can be useful regardless of estate size. It’s a way to support the people and causes important to you. Having a will ensures that your wishes are known, saving your loved ones the stress and cost of intestate probate proceedings.

Does FreeWill offer other end-of-life planning documents?
Yes! We have advance healthcare directives (also known as healthcare proxies or living wills), and durable financial powers of attorney as well. All are free to create.

Can I change my will?
Yes! Your circumstances and wishes may change after you’ve completed your will. If that happens, you can make a new will to replace your old one. All you have to do is sign the new will with witnesses and remember to destroy the previous one.

How to make a will legal
“Executing your will” is the process of making it legally valid. While the exact requirements can vary from state to state, the process itself is generally fairly simple. There are two main conditions you must meet to execute your will: you must be of sound mind, and you must sign your will in front of two witnesses. 

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