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Section 5.11. Board of Review.

  1. Members. The Board of Review shall consist of eight members, as follows:
     
    1. Three members who are ministers, each of whom at the time of election is in final ministerial fellowship with the Association and has held such fellowship continuously for the preceding seven years; and
       
    2. One member who is a Credentialed Religious Educator – Master Level; and
       
    3. Four members who are not ministers or credentialed religious educators, each of whom at the time of election is a member of a certified member congregation and has been a member of one or more such congregations for not less than three years as an officer or a member of the governing bodies of one or more such congregations.
       
  2. Election and Term. Each term shall be eight years. At each regular General Assembly held in an odd-numbered year there shall be elected one person who is neither a minister nor a credentialed religious educator. At each regular General Assembly held in an odd-numbered year there shall be elected either a minister, as described in subsection (a)(1), above, or a Credentialed Religious Educator – Master Level as described in section (a)(2) above. After serving a term in office, a member shall not be eligible for re-election until after an interim of at least eight years.
     
  3. Qualifications. No member of the Board of Review shall during the term of office be a member of the Ministerial Fellowship Committee or the Religious Education Credentialing Committee.
     
  4. Removal. A member of the Board of Review may be removed without hearing by the vote of six other members, or as provided by Section 5.4.
     
  5. Duties. The duties of the Board of Review are described in Articles XI and XII.

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Last updated on Monday, July 22, 2013.

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