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This document sets forth the by-laws of a church. By-laws serve as the main organizational document of an entity. As drafted, these by-laws are tailored specifically to be used by church organizations and include sections on the qualifications, duties, and rights for church membership, guidelines for church staff and committees, and guidelines and rules for church meetings including worship. This document can be customized to fit the needs of any church organization seeking to establish by-laws.

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This operating agreement contains sections on the qualifications, duties, and rights for
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                     Church Operating
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 The membership of this church shall consist of baptized believers who have voluntarily joined themselves together
for mutual encouragement in the faith, for instruction in righteousness and for the evangelization of the lost, and
who shall regard the Holy Scriptures as the primary guide in all matters of faith and practice, both corporate and
private.


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                             Church Operating Agreement

Article I: Church Membership

   Section 1: Qualifications
          The membership of this church shall consist of baptized believers who have
      voluntarily joined themselves together for mutual encouragement in the faith, for
      instruction in righteousness and for the evangelization of the lost, and who shall
      regard the Holy Scriptures as the primary guide in all matters of faith and
      practice, both corporate and private.

   Section 2: Reception of Members
          Candidates for Membership may be received at any worship or evangelistic
      service of the church in any one of the following ways:
          1. Upon a public profession of faith in the Lord Jesus Christ as Savior,
               thus becoming a candidate for New Testament baptism;
          2. By petition to this church that it contact another church of like faith
               and order and request a Letter of Dismissal to unite with this church;
          3. By a statement satisfactory to this church, to the effect that the
               candidate has previously been a member in good standing of another
               church of like faith and order;
          4. From churches of differing faith and order, but New Testament
               baptism shall be required of all such candidates; or
          5. By restoration.
          When an individual seeks to become a candidate for membership, any
      member of the church may make a motion to accept the individual under the
      watchcare of the church for a period of four weeks and a vote of the body shall be
      taken.
          After being received into the watchcare of the church, the candidate will
      receive a New Member Packet containing the following materials: ______
      Constitution and By-Laws, _____ Faith and Message, and other information
      concerning the rights, privileges and obligations of members of
      _________________ Church. This church shall make a definite and perpetual
      effort to maintain a program of initial instruction during the watchcare period.
          After the period of watchcare and initial instruction, the right hand of
      fellowship shall be given along with full and active membership at a regular
      worship service of the church. At that time, the church clerk will enter the new
      member’s name into the church roll.

   Section 3: Responsibilities of Membership
          Members shall be expected to submit to the control of the Holy Spirit through
      their lives, in being faithful to the teachings of the Bible, to attend regularly the
      services of the church, to contribute to the support of the church, to share in its
      organized work, and to conduct themselves toward one another in the spirit of the
      Church Covenant.

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   Section 4: Rights
          Such members as are in full and regular standing may act and vote in the
      business transactions of the church. All members upon the floor of the body have
      equal rights, and are entitled to equal privileges and consideration from all
      officers and other members. Every member of the church is eligible for
      consideration by the membership as candidates for elective offices in the church
      in accordance with the qualifications relating to these offices.

   Section 5: Inactive Membership
          During each calendar year, the Church Clerk, in consultation with the Church
      Council shall review the membership roll of the church.
          Any member who has been absent from the church for a period of one year
      without manifesting an interest therein by communication with the church, shall
      after reasonable attempts to contact the member in question, and on the
      recommendation of the Church Council, be placed on the inactive roll by vote of
      the church membership. This shall not affect the sick, homebound, nursing home
      residents, or those away at school or in the armed forces. Persons so carried on
      the inactive roll shall not be permitted to participate in church business meetings.
      The Right Hand of Fellowship shall not be affected by such a change in status.
      When the church is needed, it will be there to minister to its members.
          Any member who wishes may be reinstated as an active member by vote of
      the church membership after an eight-week watchcare period, upon the
      recommendation of the Church Clerk, after consultation with the Church Council

   Section 6: Termination of Membership
        This church shall dismiss from its membership and remove from its membership
      roll the name of:
          1. Any member who shall die;
          2. Those who unite with churches of other faiths and which we do not
               regard as being New Testament churches, and therefore, with whom
               we do not exchange regular letters of church membership. (Those
               churches shall be notified, however, when one comes from a church of
               another faith, in order that his name may be removed from the roll of
               that church.);
          3. Those who request a Letter of Dismissal in order to unite with another
               church of like faith and order;
          4. Those who may request that their membership in this church cease; or,
          5. Those who shall be dealt with for words or deeds unbecoming a
               Christian, thus casting a shadow of reproach on the name of Jesus
               Christ and His Church, and who refuse to repent and mend their ways,
               but only after such member shall have been dealt with as provided in
               Section 7.

   Section 7: Discipline
          All matters of discipline shall be in a spirit of Christian love, rather than in a

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       legalistic manner, considering ourselves, lest we too be tempted at some future
       time. The following procedure shall be followed in this matter:
           The deacons and/or pastor shall first deal with such member personally
           and privately in an effort to bring about reconciliation and to be helpful in
           bearing another’s burden. The member shall be informed of the specific
           charge(s) against him. If this attempt shall prove successful, we shall all
           rejoice and give thanks to God. But if it shall prove unsuccessful, the
           member shall be offered the opportunity to appear before a full meeting of
           the Church Council to defend himself. But if he shall fail, neglect or
           refuse to be cooperative, and thus disrupt the fellowship of the church, as
           well as bring reproach on the church and the name of Christ, then his
           name shall be put before the church at a regular business meeting, and the
           church shall vote to exclude his name from the membership of the church
           until such time as he makes amends.

Article II: Church Staff, Officers, and Committees

   Section 1: General Qualifications

           All church officers, teachers, and leaders elected by the congregation shall be
       supporters of the overall church program and shall have been active members and
       supporters of the church program in which they will be serving. All officers and
       committee members, except deacons and the pastor, shall be elected for a one-
       year term at a time. No officer, committee member, or teacher shall serve in the
       same capacity for more than three consecutive years unless by majority agreement
       of the Nominating Committee and elected by vote of the church. It is always
       preferred that any member serving in the same capacity for three consecutive
       years leave that capacity for at least one year.

   Section 2: Staff

       A. The Pastor

          1) Selection
                 A pastor shall be chosen and called by the church whenever
             vacancy occurs. His election shall take place at a meeting called
             for that purpose, of which at least two week’s notice shall be given
             from the pulpit. The Pastor Search Committee shall seek out a
             suitable pastor, and their recommendation will constitute a
             nomination; any member has the privilege of making suggestions
             to the committee. The committee shall bring to the consideration of
             the church only one man at a time. An affirmative secret ballot
             vote of three-fourths of those present is necessary for a candidate
             to be elected. The pastor, thus elected shall serve until the
             relationship is terminated by mutual consent.


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          2) Duties
             a. The pastor shall have a general oversight of the total work of
                the church, and shall be assisted by the deacons, other officers,
                and members of the church. Though the leader, he shall not
                assume that he is also dictator over the church.
             b. The pastor shall secure evangelists for all revivals.
             c. In his absences, the pastor shall be responsible for pulpit
                honorarium to the supply preacher. However, honorariums will
                be provided through the church budget during the pastor’s
                vacation, when he is away on church business, or when he is
                unable to serve due to sickness (up to a maximum of three
                months).
             d. The pastor shall have the liberty to attend two revivals or other
                engagements which would cause him to be away from his
                church field during the year.
             e. The pastor shall be a spiritual overseer of all organizations and
                committees of the church. He shall not be a voting member.

          3) Termination
             a. When it becomes necessary for the advancement of God’s
                Kingdom to consider the dismissal of a pastor, the matter shall
                be presented to the church by the active committee of deacons.
             b. The office of pastor will be declared vacant for the following
                reasons:
                i. If he resigns
                ii. If he retires
                iii. If he dies
                iv. If he does not perform the duties of the pastor
                v. If he becomes an offense to the Name and cause of
                     Jesus Christ by his conduct.
                vi. If he consistently fails to meet and uphold the Biblical
                     qualifications of a pastor.
             c. Should the church move to declare the office of Pastor vacant,
                such action shall take place only at a meeting of the church
                called for that purpose. The meeting will be called upon the
                recommendation of a majority of the active deacons. The vote
                to declare the office vacant shall be by secret ballot. A vote of
                three-fourths of the members present and voting shall be
                necessary to declare the office vacant.
             d. When the office of pastor becomes vacant due to termination
                by the church, his services shall terminate immediately and
                pastor’s salary shall be continued for two weeks. If he resigns,
                he shall not be compensated. All monies shall be rendered
                within thirty days of vacancy.




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       A. Interim Pastor
                  When the office of pastor is vacant, a man of God will be
              needed to minister to the church during the transition period from
              one pastor to another. After a Pastor Search Committee is put in
              place, it will be responsible for finding a man to fill the office of
              Interim Pastor. The committee shall bring to the consideration of
              the church only one man at a time. His election shall take place at a
              meeting called for that purpose, of which at least two weeks’
              notice shall be given from the pulpit. An affirmative secret ballot
              vote of three-fourths of those present is necessary for a candidate
              to be elected. The interim pastor, thus elected shall serve until the
              office of pastor is filled.

   Section 3: Deacons

       A. Qualifications
              A deacon should have a definitive and matured experience as a
          Christian disciple. These men shall faithfully and actively support the
          activities of the church; shall meet the requirements laid out in 1 Timothy
          3 and Acts 6. He should show evidence of commitment as a disciple of
          Christ through actions of love toward others. Deacons shall have been
          ordained by this church or by a _______ Church of similar faith and
          practice before serving.

       B. Duties
          1) They are to be zealous to guard the unity of the Spirit within the
             church in bonds of peace.
          2) The deacons shall cooperate in their church’s programs of
             education, evangelism, missions and stewardship.
          3) The deacons shall seek to be an example to others in religious
             matters.
          4) A deacon shall be expected to exercise faithful Christian
             stewardship of his time, talents and possessions in support of the
             church.
          5) They shall serve as council of advice and conference with the
             pastor in all matters pertaining to the welfare and work of the
             church. With the pastor they are to consider and formulate plans
             for the constant effort and progress of the church in all things
             pertaining to the saving of souls, the development of Christians,
             and the extension and growth of the Kingdom of God.
          6) By proper organization and method among themselves, they are to
             establish and maintain personal fraternal relations with, and
             inspiring oversight of all the membership of the church. They are
             to especially seek to know the physical needs and the moral and
             spiritual struggles of the brethren and sisters, and to serve the
             whole church in assisting, encouraging and developing all who are

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             in need.
          7) The deacons may initiate matters of business and shall study
             matters of business referred to them by the committees and
             members of the church, and make recommendations to the church
             regarding these matters.
          8) Any Deacon who is unwilling or unable to serve the church
             faithfully shall be expected to submit his resignation to the church.
          9) The deacons shall have at least one meeting each month.

       C. Composition and Method of Selection
             There shall be as many deacons as the Holy Spirit and wisdom shall
          deem necessary for carrying on the work of the church.
          1) Nominations for deacons shall be by the pastor through the active
             deacons. The initial list of nominations shall be checked by the
             pastor and active deacons as to the scriptural qualification of each
             individual.
          2) After due consideration, counsel and prayer, the nominations shall
             be presented publicly to the church no less than two weeks before
             election.

       D. Election
              The election of deacons shall be held at a meeting of the church called
          for that purpose. The election shall be by secret ballot, and the votes
          counted by the deacons then in office and published. A vote of three-
          fourths of the members present and voting shall be necessary for a
          nominee to be elected.

       E. Terms of Deacon Service
          A man may not serve as an active deacon of the church for more than
          three consecutive years, after which at least one year shall lapse before he
          becomes eligible for reconsideration for another term as deacon. The
          procedure for such a rotation is to be decided by the active deacon body.

   Section 4: Church Council

       A. Role
              The mission and ministry of the church shall be led by the Deacon
          body and the Church Council to provide ministry and administrative
          leadership in partnership with the pastor of the church.

       B. Responsibilities
          The responsibilities of the Church Council are to:
             1) Coordinate church and Committee activities.
             2) Maintain the church calendar.
             3) Maintain the list of Standing and/or Special Committees.
             4) Foster long range planning.

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               5) Engage in other administrative activities as they see fit.

       C.    Composition
            The Church Council will be made up of:
               1) The Committee of Deacons
               2) The Sunday School Director
               3) The ____ Director
               4) The Youth/Children Coordinator
               5) The Men’s Ministries Director
               6) The ___ Director
               7) Committee Chairpersons
               8) Clerk
               9) Treasurer

   Section 5: Other Elected Officers

       A. Sunday School Director
             The Director shall have the oversight of the entire school and shall
          administer it with aid of the Pastor and the Sunday School Teachers.

       B. ____ Director
             The Director shall have the oversight of Family Development and shall
          administer it with aid of the Pastor and ____ Workers.

       C. Youth/Children Coordinator
              The Coordinator shall plan ministry and social activities that will
          foster the Christian growth of the church youth and children.

       D. Men’s Ministries Director
             He shall have the oversight of the entire Men’s Ministries organization
          and shall administer it with the aid of all Men’s Ministries Officers.

       E. ____ Director
             She shall have the oversight of the entire ______________
          organization and shall administer it with the aid of all
          ____________________________ Officers.

       F. Treasurer
              It shall be the duty of the treasurer to receive, preserve, and pay out all
          monies, or things of value paid or given to the church, keeping at all times
          an itemized account of all receipts and disbursements. Payment of bills for
          local work and expenses shall be made promptly by check, and all funds
          received for denominational or other causes shall be remitted at least
          monthly by check. It shall be the duty of the treasurer to render to the
          church an itemized report of receipts and disbursements for the preceding
          months, and this report shall be presented in printed form to the church in

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          the regular business meeting. All books, accounts and records kept by the
          treasurer shall be considered the property of the church. The books shall
          be open to inspection at all times by any member of the church.
              The Treasurer shall serve as an ex-officio non-voting member of the
          Finance Committee.

       G. Clerk
             The church clerk shall keep a suitable book of all the action of the
          church, including a register of current church fellowship. When requested
          and voted by the church, the clerk will issue letters of recommendation.

   Section 6: Standing Committees

          This church shall have the following standing committees: Finance,
       Nominating, Building and Grounds, Lord’s Supper and Baptism, Hospitality, and
       Bereavement.

       A. Finance Committee

          1) Composition
                 The Finance Committee shall be composed of at least five
             members. The Treasurer shall serve as an ex-officio non-voting
             member of the finance committee. Committee membership shall
             elect their chair, vice-chair, and secretary each year prior to August
             1.

          2) Duties
             a. Prepare a proposed Church Budget. Estimate anticipated
                income based on previous year’s church income, prevailing
                economic conditions, past year’s giving record of membership
                and anticipated plans for its growth. Prior to first meeting of
                the Finance Committee request church leaders to submit an
                itemized list of budget needs for the year. Bring all these lists
                together for the first meeting of the committee and if it is
                necessary notify church leaders to be present at a subsequent
                meeting to speak to their request. After evaluation and
                necessary adjustments are made prepare budget for
                presentation to the church for approval.
             b. Consider all requests for expenditures for budget items when
                money is not currently available in any given section.
             c. Hear requests for extra-budgeting financial expenditures and
                budget revisions and make recommendations as necessary to
                the church.
             d. Advise the church on financial undertakings as to soundness
                and effect on financial structure and credit standing of the
                church.

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              e. Review and audit the monthly financial report submitted by the
                 Treasurer, which report will subsequently be prepared and
                 presented to the church. Make any recommendations
                 necessary.
              f. Consider all requests to receive additional special offerings and
                 make the recommendations.

       B. Nominating Committee

          1) Composition
                 The Nominating Committee, consisting of three (3) members,
             shall be elected each church year and shall serve for a one-year
             term.    This committee shall be nominated by the current
             Nominating Committee and presented to the church for approval.
             The Nominating Committee shall nominate and present to the
             church at a special called business meeting by _____ __ the head
             of each of the auxiliary church organizations. Upon their election
             by the church, they shall become a part of the Nominating
             Committee.

          2) Duties
                 The Nominating Committee shall nominate all church officers
             and committee members except salaried persons and deacons.
             However, the floor shall be open for nominations for all officers
             and committee members, except salaried employees of the church.
                 The Nominating Committee shall recommend only those
             church members who are qualified, willing to accept nomination,
             and who have agreed to serve if elected. The Nominating
             Committee may receive nominations from other nominating
             committees within the various organizations. All church workers
             shall be selected and elected by _____ __. If vacancies occur
             during the year, the committee shall convene to make
             recommendations to fill the vacant position.

       C. Building and Grounds Committee

          1) Composition
                 The Building and Grounds Committee shall be composed of at
             least 5 members. Committee membership shall elect their chair,
             vice-chair, and secretary each year prior to August 15.

          2) Duties
             The Building and Grounds Committee shall:
             1) Be responsible for the safekeeping, protection,
                maintenance, and repair of the buildings, grounds,
                operating facilities, and attached equipment including

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                 heating, cooling, and lighting.
              2) Be responsible for seeing that all the equipment is properly
                 operating.
              3) Make recommendations or take actions should emergency
                 necessitate, regarding: replacement of worn out items or
                 equipment, landscaping and care of grounds, maintenance
                 of safe conditions, and parking facilities.
              4) Prepare an annual budget for the committee functions and
                 recommend it to the Finance Committee.

       D. Lord’s Supper and Baptism Committee

          1) Composition
             The Lord’s Supper and Baptism Committee shall be composed of
             the Deacons and their wives.

          2) Duties
             a. Meet with the candidates for baptism for instructions prior to
                each baptismal service.
             b. Prepare the baptismal pool for service.
             c. Assist the candidates for baptism before, during, and after
                baptism.
             d. Assist the Pastor in any way requested.
             e. Prepare the table prior to the observance of the Lord’s Supper.
             f. Train new deacons as to the procedures to follow in serving the
                Lord’s Supper.

       E. Bereavement Committee

          1) Composition
                The Bereavement Committee shall be composed of at least 5
             members. Committee membership shall elect their chair, vice-
             chair, and secretary each year prior to ______ ___.

          2) Duties
             a. The committee will inform church members when a death
                occurs in the church family. There will be a meal furnished by
                the church upon the death of a church member, their spouse,
                children, parents, or grandparents.
             b. The committee will be responsible for sending a spray of
                flowers upon the death of an active church member, their
                spouse, or children. A pot plant will be sent at the death of a
                church member’s parents, grandparents or grandchildren.
             c. When sending a flower is not an option, Gideon bibles will be
                purchased and the family will be notified. Eight bibles will be
                purchased upon the death of a member or their spouse. Five

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                  bibles will be purchased upon the death of a member’s
                  children, parents, grandparents, or grandchildren.

       F. Hospitality Committee

          1) Composition
                The Hospitality Committee shall be composed of at least 3
             members. Committee membership shall elect their chair, vice-
             chair, and secretary each year prior to _______ ___.

          2) Duties
             a. Keep an inventory of kitchen supplies.
             b. Prepare fellowship hall for fellowship/special events.
             c. Clean kitchen after fellowship/special events.

       G. Special Committees
              This church shall have such other committees as the Holy Spirit and
          wisdom shall show to be wise and necessary for carrying out the purpose
          of the church as stated in Article II of the Constitution. These committees
          shall be formed by vote of the church.

Article III: Meetings

   Section 1: Worship
          This church shall conduct regular worship services each Lord’s Day and on
      Wednesday evenings, unless otherwise agreed by the church. Other hours shall be
      set for services necessary for the educational, stewardship, missionary,
      evangelistic and promotional functions of the church and for fellowship.

   Section 2: Regular Business Meetings
          This church shall conduct its regular business meeting on the second Sunday
      morning of every quarter. All officers and organizations of the church shall have
      opportunity to submit a report of work done. The pastor, ordinarily, shall serve as
      moderator of all business meetings of the church. In the absence of, or at the
      request of the pastor, the chairman of the deacons shall serve as moderator.
      Otherwise, in case of absence of both these, and with a quorum present, the
      church clerk shall call the meeting to order and a moderator pro tem shall be
      elected.

   Section 3: Special-Called Business Meetings
          A special-called business meeting shall be called by the pastor whenever
      necessary, or upon the request of the deacons or a favorable vote of the church. In
      the event the pastorate of the church is vacant, the chairman of the deacons shall
      call such special business meetings. Such meetings should always be announced
      publicly for two weeks prior to the meeting. If two weeks cannot be given, written
      notices must notify the active resident membership unless the church with a

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       unanimous vote of members present shall set this rule aside. No matter may be
       considered at these special business meetings except that for which it was
       announced.

   Section 4: Rules of Order for Business Meetings
          The business meetings of this church shall be conducted in accordance with
      the latest available edition of Robert’s Rules of Order unless otherwise provided
      for in this Constitution and By-Laws. A quorum, consisting of 20% of the active
      membership, must be present to conduct the business of the church.

Article IV: Financial Policies

       The church, under the leadership of the Finance Committee shall initiate and have
   general oversight of a sound financial program for receiving, disbursing and accounting
   for the monies of the church at all times. A system of accounting that will adequately
   provide for the handling of all funds, including individual records kept for church donors,
   will be the responsibility of the Finance Committee.

   Section 1: Fiscal Year
          The Fiscal year of the church shall be ________ 1 through ______ 31.

   Section 2: Depositories and Checks
          All funds and credits of the church shall be deposited to the credit of the
      church ____________. Funds of the church shall be subject to withdrawal by
      checks or drafts signed by the Treasurer.

   Section 3: Offerings
          Members and visitors shall be given the opportunity to give to the church each
      Sunday. The Church Council and Finance Committee will determine the need for
      special offerings and the method used in receiving them.

   Section 4: Disbursements
          Each disbursement shall be charged against the appropriate account in the
      church’s record of accounts. No disbursement may be made unless authorized by
      contract, purchase order, invoice, or other written authorization signed or
      approved by a duly authorized representative of the church as determined by the
      Finance Committee.

   Section 5: Reimbursements
          In order to receive a reimbursement, a receipt and a completed reimbursement
      form must be given to the treasurer.

   Section 6: Budget Development
          An annual church budget shall be made and adopted by the church, upon
      presentation of the budget by the Finance Committee.
          At least four weeks prior to the beginning of the fiscal year, the Finance

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       Committee shall request a list of anticipated expenses from all church committees
       and organizations. Within ten days from the date of the request, those to whom
       the request is directed shall advise the Finance Committee of items and
       expenditures they wish included in the budget for the coming year. The Finance
       Committee shall prepare a proposed budget for recommendation to the church.
       After adoption by the church in a special-called business meeting, the proposed
       budget will be the church’s approved budget for the coming fiscal year.

   Section 7: Annual Report
          At a regular meeting of the members held after the end of each fiscal year, the
      Finance Committee shall submit, or cause to be submitted, to the members a
      financial report for the preceding fiscal year.

Article V: Amendments and Additions

   Section 1: Adoption
          This constitution shall be considered adopted and in immediate effect if and
      when two-thirds (2/3) of the members present at the business meeting at which
      the vote is taken shall be in favor of the same.

   Section 2: Amendments
          This constitution may be amended, altered or repealed by a two-thirds (2/3)
      vote of the members present at any regular business meeting or the church,
      provided that such proposed amendment, alteration or repeal shall have been
      announced and posted publicly to the church at least two full weeks prior to the
      time the vote is taken.

   Section 3: Conclusion
          Upon adoption of this Constitution, on _______________, all previously
      adopted policies and procedures in conflict are repealed.

________________________
Chairman

________________________
Deacons & Elders

________________________
Deacons & Elders

________________________
Deacons & Elders

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Deacons & Elders


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