North Church Committees
Congregational Churches are run by boards and committees with the minister as a spiritual leader and “CEO”. Members are encouraged to share their time and talents by serving on boards/committees. North Congregational Church’s organization structure is as follows:
The Church Council is made up of the Church Moderator, Vice Moderator, the head of each Board/Committee and a member at large. The Council oversees all affairs of the Church that do not require a vote of the Members at a Congregational Meeting.
The Diaconate is responsible for the spiritual life, well-being and needs of the Church, all things relating to the worship service and providing council, assistance and support to the minister.
The Board of Trustees is responsible for managing the finances and physical facilities of the Church through various subcommittees – Trust & Investment, Budget, Stewardship, Property, and Personnel.
The Music Committee is responsible for coordinating the music program of the Church, and providing for the maintenance of the organ and other musical equipment.
The Christian Education Committee is responsible for the ministry of Christian Education for children, young people and adults in the Church. >more
The Personnel Committee is responsible for establishing personnel policies, engaging and discharging employees, and making recommendations to the Board of Trustees regarding salaries and benefits.
The Outreach Committee is responsible for developing programs of outreach and mission, informing the congregation of these programs, and distributing funds from its discretionary fund. >more
The Pastoral Relations Committee is responsible for supervising and coordinating all matters concerning the Minister including setting performance expectations, conducting annual reviews, and making recommendations regarding salary and benefits.
The Nominating Committee is responsible for preparing a slate of qualified persons for all offices and all standing committees elected by the Church and delegates to area organizations.