Policy Governance assumes that there is a body charged with governance, i.e., the Board. If the congregation has not delegated governance powers through Bylaws to a Board then no model of governance is necessary.
Carver's chapter called "Resource B, Bylaws" (p.222) in the 1997 edition of Boards That Make a Difference may be helpful.
—Gretchen C. Dorn, Unity Church-Unitarian, St. Paul, MN, 08/10/99
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