As my profile says, I don't belong to any denomination and I can't answer this question myself.
Recently, there was a question from a Catholic woman having difficulty in her love relationship because her boyfriend from Jehovah's Witness can't marry her. The main problem that I suspect is that both of them are not ready to change their denomination.
Here is the thing I can't understand. What is the problem with changing our denomination? Why don't people want to change their denomination? I am ready to join any denomination if required, let it be Catholic, JW, Seventh Day, Orthodox, I don't mind as long as I can read the Bible and worship Jesus. I obviously have my personal choices. I like to go to a church that uses modern instruments, good music system, good worship songs, good sermons, good Bible study programs and a good and supporting community. For now, I prefer to remain denomination-less but I think I can join any denomination and adhere to their doctrines and ordinances, if their is no other choice available.
Why are people reluctant to change their denomination?
What is the reason why some people cannot change their denomination?
What are the major hindrances in changing the denomination?
What kind of challenges are faced after changing the denomination?