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Example 1: The Secretary shall be the official secretary of the board, shall see that proper records are maintained and that proceedings of the Board are regularly reported to the Congregation, and shall perform such other duties as may be specified by the Board. All records of the Secretary shall be the property of the church. She/he shall be responsible for notifying the membership by mail of all Congregational Meetings and of all matters to be acted upon at said meetings.
Example 2: Secretary: Keeps minutes of meetings of the church membership and Church Board; keeps the official record of church membership; in conjunction with the treasurer prepares a list of voting members thirty (30) days prior to any business meeting of the membership; keeps all papers, correspondence, documents, and written instruments belonging to the church or that pertain to the business of the church; and performs such other functions as assigned by the Board.
Example 3: The Secretary shall have general charge of and responsibility for all non-financial records of the Church and shall keep accurate minutes of all meetings of the Congregation, Board, and the Executive Committee. The Secretary shall maintain records of membership in the Church and the voting eligibility of the members. The Secretary shall keep the Congregation informed of the actions of the Board and Executive Committee.
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Last updated on Monday, June 20, 2011.
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