Read the Q&A Here!
Read the Q&A Here!
Are we reaching our 5 year goals? We need your thoughts on how things are going. Remember the survey you took last year about this time? It’s time to update it and see what has improved/changed over the past 12 months.
The Policy Evaluation Committee of your Board of Trustees
has renewed the survey and requests your opinions:
> > Please click here to take the survey.
Your response is completely anonymous. The results will be summarized and shared with the congregation later this Spring.
Thank you for your thoughts!
Should you have any questions, please contact your Policy Evaluation Committee:
Our church Bylaws define a “voting member” as someone who has signed the membership book and who has, during the preceding 12 months, contributed a minimum amount established by the church’s Governing Policies.
The church’s Governing Policies state that to be a voting member, a person shall make and fulfill a pledge that is generous within his or her means to the annual operating fund of the church each year.
The amount of a voting member’s pledge is up to him or her … but please note that if you donate money now and then but have not made a pledge to the operating fund, you are a member -- but not a voting member.
Our “Date of Record” for this year’s May election is April 10. This means that in order to be eligible to vote in our May election, you must have satisfied the voting member requirements no later than April 10.
Members who wish to vote but are unable to make a financial pledge can obtain a waiver of the pledge by speaking with one of our ministers.
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