Church Clerk

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The Church Clerk shall be elected at the annual meeting for a term of one year. He shall keep a faithful record of the proceedings of the Church, keep a register of the members of the Church with the date of their reception and removal, record baptisms, marriages, and deaths, and make a full report to the Church at the annual meeting. He or she shall issue letters of transfer, voted by the Church, notifying the Churches to which they are addressed, preserve on file all communications, documents, and written official reports, notify all persons elected as officers and members of the several Boards, or to membership in the Church, give formal notice of all meetings when such notice is necessary, report all communications intended for the Church, and conduct as may be necessary its correspondence.

The Church Clerk shall serve as secretary at meetings of the Church Cabinet

The Church Clerk shall serve, ex officio, on the Nominating Committee.