The officers shall be as follows:
Pastor, Board, Secretary-Treasurer, Sunday School Superintendent, Pianist, Ushers, and others.
The committees shall be as follows: Music Committee, Flower Committee, and others as required.
The Board
What does it do?

  The Board shall consist of the pastor, the secretary-treasurer, the Sunday school superintendent, and four other members in good standing. These four members shall serve for two years each, two being elected annually. The other officers and committees, including the secretary-treasurer shall be elected annually. The Board shall exercise the powers of the body in any dealing with the property thereof.

The Pastor

 Upon his acceptance of the Constitution and upon recommendation of the Board, the Pastor shall be called by a two-thirds majority of the voting membership.

Church Meetings
How are Decisions Made?
The annual meeting of the church shall convene at a time chosen by the congregation. A majority of the voting membership shall constitute a quorum. Business may be approved by a simple majority of this group, except in matters concerning church real estate, amending in the constitution, and in the calling and dismissing of the pastor, all of which shall require a two-thirds majority of the entire voting body. The Chairman of the Board may call special meetings as required.
A meeting of the congregation to consider any proposed dealing with the property thereof shall be called by notice of not less than two weeks (including two Sundays) next before the date of the meeting, which notice shall state the time, place, and particular object for which the meeting is called and shall be posted at the church of the congregation and shall be read at all intervening services held in the church.
This constitution may be amended by a two-thirds majority of the voting membership.
Church Membership
How are Members chosen?

Application for membership: This shall be made to the pastor, who, together with other Board Members, if desired, shall examine the candidate. The Church Board shall then consider and finalize the application or rejection.

Honorary Membership:
What if we can't regularly Attend?
Those members of the church who mover from the district and consequently are unable to attend regular services and business meetings or resident members who are not in regular attendance at the church for a period of six months, (except for extenuating circumstances), shall be placed on the Honorary Membership list by vote of the church board. A letter shall be sent by the church to those who have moved from the district or those who are no longer in regular attendance, notifying them of their Honorary Membership status. These persons shall not be considered as voting members. If such person’s subsequently return to the district to reside for a reasonable length of time, they shall become eligible to transfer to the regular voting membership list by a vote of the church board.
Church Discipline
What is it and Why do it?
All discipline must be conducted in Christian meekness and love, with a desire to remove the offences and to win the offenders; to restore the erring one rather than to destroy (2 Corinthians 10:8, 13:10).
The church shall exercise mutual watchfulness and correction (1 Thessalonians 5:14). A member whose faith and conduct has become unchristian shall be warned and dealt with according to Galatians 6:1; James 5:19-20. When members have grievances against each other they should prayerfully seek to be reconciled according to Matthew 18:15-17; Colossians 3:12-13; Matthew 5:23-24.