SQL Select Statement Only Returns one Record

I've written a SQL satetment that should return many records but only returns one - is this an inner join/outer join problem?  Please provide correction to the following code.

SELECT     dbo.Congregations.CongregationID AS CongregationID, dbo.Congregations.CongregationName AS CongregationName, dbo.People.PeopleID, dbo.People.LastName, dbo.People.FirstName, dbo.People.Title, dbo.Members.MembershipID, dbo.Members.MembershipType, dbo.Dues.DuesID, dbo.Dues.Fee, dbo.Dues.PaidDate, dbo.eMail.eMailID, dbo.eMail.eMailAddress, dbo.Address.AddressID, dbo.Address.Street1, dbo.Address.Street2,
dbo.Address.City, dbo.Address.State, dbo.Address.Zip, dbo.Address.Country, dbo.WebSite.WebSiteID, dbo.WebSite.siteURL, dbo.WebSite.siteTitle, dbo.Phone.PhoneID, dbo.Phone.WorkPhone, dbo.Phone.CellPhone, dbo.Phone.HomePhone, dbo.Phone.OtherPhone
FROM         dbo.Congregations INNER JOIN
                      dbo.People ON dbo.Congregations.CongregationID = dbo.People.PeopleID INNER JOIN
                      dbo.Members ON dbo.Congregations.Membership = dbo.Members.MembershipID INNER JOIN
                      dbo.Dues ON dbo.Congregations.Dues = dbo.Dues.DuesID INNER JOIN
                      dbo.eMail ON dbo.Congregations.eMail = dbo.eMail.eMailID INNER JOIN
                      dbo.Address ON dbo.Congregations.Address = dbo.Address.AddressID INNER JOIN
                      dbo.WebSite ON dbo.Congregations.WebSite = dbo.WebSite.WebSiteID INNER JOIN
                      dbo.Phone ON dbo.Congregations.Phone = dbo.Phone.PhoneID
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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3]Billing EngineerCommented:
you might try to use LEFT JOINs instead of INNER JOINs, this will ensure that all rows from Congregations will be returned, even if there is no matching rows in the other tables...

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