Yes. We are thankful you have a dedicated, trustworthy member keeping your books and records. But it is doubtful that your Church Treasurer has been kept abreast of all of the changes to IRS regulations. If you do not know Church Law, it is dangerous to do Church Books. As honorable as your Treasurer may be, would you let a blind person drive your Church bus, just because the person is faithful, loyal, and trustworthy? Would you allow a physician to put shingles on your home or let a paperboy work on your new car? It is not about how faithful, loyal, or trustworthy someone may be—what matters is, are they an expert in that particular area? By retaining us the Pastor, Church Board, and the members can rest assured that your financial records will be fully compliant with all regulations governing Church accounting procedures.