OFFICERS: The Executive Board is comprised of these officers of the congregation: the President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, Assistant Treasurer, and Financial Secretary. They shall occupy their respective positions as corporate officers and function as its Trustees, representing the Congregation in all legal matters and holding in trust the properties of the Congregation, acting on behalf of the Congregation in all matters according to proper resolutions and instructions of the Voters Assembly.
The Officers shall have executive responsibility for orderly and efficient administration, and for general planning of the affairs of the Congregation. They shall act on behalf of the Church Board of Administration in emergency matters, which shall be those matters which must be acted upon because of their immediate urgency when it is impractical to assemble the Church Board of Administration.
In addition to their duties as members of Boards of the Congregation, the Officers of the Congregation shall have the following specific assignments:
The President presides at meetings of the Voters Assembly, the Church Board of Administration and the meetings of Officers. He shall represent the Congregation in an administrative capacity from time to time at various board and committee meetings, dividing this phase of administration with the Vice President as he shall see fit.
The Vice President presides in the absence of the President and performs the functions of the President in his absence or incapacity. He shall represent the Congregation administratively at various meetings of boards and committees by agreement with the President.
The Secretary shall have custody of the historical records of the Congregation and its seal. This person shall take minutes of the meetings of the Voters Assembly, of the Church Board of Administration and of the Executive Board. He or she shall have such other duties as are customarily assigned to the Secretary.
The Treasurer shall have executive responsibility for the funds and the financial records of the Congregation. If desired, this person may have the assistance of others in keeping the books of account and other duties which are under his or her supervision. This person shall be the disbursing agent of the Congregation, signing its checks; and he or she shall have an alternate signer to function in the absence or incapacity of the Treasurer. The Treasurer shall be a member of the Budget and Financial Planning Committee of the Board of Finance.
The Assistant Treasurer records income and expenses of the special funds accounts, presents monthly reports at the Church Board of Administration meetings and quarterly reports to the Voters Assembly. He or she makes deposits to and disbursements from the special funds.
The Financial Secretary receives all money collected in church offerings and specified school funds. He or she oversees the counting, recording to member accounts, and deposits of collected funds. This person prints and mails the quarterly contribution statements to each member.