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The General Assembly approve of proposals to give candidates for the ministry increased opportunities to earn and gain skills and experience in pastoral work through involvement in local churches during term time. The General Assembly repeal the preamble to Act XX § 6, 1985 and Act XX § 6.II.10, …
The General Assembly approve the recommendations of the Board of Trustees in relation to an expedited process for dealing with petitions relating to properties held under the Model Trust Deed. They enact and ordain as follows: 1. The General Assembly, with reference to the Acts of the General Assembly …
The General Assembly, noting that no substantive issues have been identified that would prevent the appointment of a unified Mission Board, appoint a Mission Board to discharge the functions of the Home Missions Board and the International Missions Board as presently constituted. The Board shall assume responsibility for developing …
The General Assembly instruct any congregation, committee or board to make early contact with the Church’s Compliance Officer for advice when considering employing any person from outside the European Union, whether in a paid or unpaid role and regardless of the length of stay. The General Assembly, considering there …
The General Assembly appoint a Business Committee of Assembly, comprising the Principal Clerk, the Assistant Clerk and the Clerks of all the home Presbyteries. The Committee shall meet at a convenient point not later than 15th April annually to examine all papers in the hands of the Principal Clerk due to …