To facilitate the carrying out of its responsibilities, the Board of Trustees utilizes a system of committees and other groups. Standing Committees are the primary working groups of the Board and consist of no fewer than, but not limited to six persons, at least one of whom serves as a non-voting member and liaison representing the Board of Trustees. The Senior Pastor and Chair of the Board of Trustees serve as ex-officio, non-voting members of all standing committees.
Members of standing committees serve a three-year term and may not succeed themselves, but will be eligible to serve another term of office after one year or on another committee. This provision may be waived for one year in individual instances by request and justification made in writing to the Chair and approved by the Board of Trustees. Persons performing specialty positions, such as Librarian, Website Manager, or Sound Technician, are not subject to term limitations. Such positions may be established or discontinued by a majority vote of the Board of Trustees.
Standing Committee Chairs are recommended by the Chair of the Ministry Support Committee for approval by the Trustees at the regular Board meeting in July.
Chapel Standing Committees
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