Churches' Council

 

 

Our emphasis on the importance of the church as a local company of baptized believers leads us to place the local church at the centre of the life of the Association. It is from there that all our work commences.

Churches' Council

Each church appoints at least two representatives to serve on the Churches’ Council. This body meets twice each year. It is the final authority within the Association. It appoints the committees and Association Officers, approves the policy and practice of the Association and reviews the work undertaken on behalf of the churches.

Between meetings of the Churches’ Council the work of the Association is under the control of the Executive Committee of 18 Church Representatives appointed by the Council from among their number and the Association Officers.