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Discussion in 'General Baptist Discussions' started by Salty, Aug 26, 2013.
From another thread:
What is the reason for no by-laws?
Wouldn't a church jave a Constitution or by laws, to formally define what voting policies are, who membership are, what they do regards paying staff etc?
A constitution provides the macro view of why a church gathers, bylaws provide the micro view of how they gather.
It is not wise.
Wouldn't a church need to put down on paper how to replace/hire pastors, pay staff, how to pass Budgets , how to excommunicate etc?
Also the membership needs to be defined. Failure to do so can create huge issues.
My thoughts exactaly!
Amazing how great minds think alike!:1_grouphug:
Must one be water baptised first, must one attend a given lenght of time, must one take a membership class can they teach etc?
needs to be defined!