The Church, as a community of believers, it is a real fact, acceptable theologically, spiritually, and socially. For the legal world, however, and in the known established frameworks, is a secular-legal entity that is striving to govern with legitimacy and holds secular public authority, issues certificates etc. These two real and simultaneously inconsistent statuses. Here starts the existential problem. Will the verily alleged institutional downfall and secularisation of the State Church be succeeded by something else, something spiritual, in today's society of believers?