The Church's Governing Document

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This Governing Document describes how the church operates. Formerly known as the church's constitution, it is sets out how Victoria Baptist Church Trust is to operate its ministry.

1

THE CHURCH AND ITS NAME

The Church means members of the association governed by this document and known as Victoria Baptist Church (or such other name as shall subsequently be adopted by decision of the Church Members’ Meeting).

2

PURPOSE

The principal purpose of the Church is the advancement of the Christian faith according to the Bible and the principles of the Baptist denomination.  The Church may also advance education, relieve poverty and carry out other charitable purposes in the United Kingdom and other parts of the world.

3

BELIEFS

3.1

We accept the revelation of the Triune God, given in the Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments, and confess the historic faith of the Gospel as set out in them.

3.2

We here assert the doctrines which we regard as crucial to the understanding of the Faith and which should issue in mutual love, practical Christian service and evangelical concern:

  • The sovereignty and grace of God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit in creation, providence, revelation, redemption and final judgement.

  • The Lord Jesus Christ as true God and true Man; His deity, incarnation, virgin birth, sinless life, atoning death, bodily resurrection and ascension.

  • The divine inspiration of Holy Scripture and its consequent entire trustworthiness and supreme authority in all matters of faith and conduct.

  • The universal sinfulness and guilt of fallen mankind, being subject to God’s wrath and condemnation.

  • The personality of Satan and his opposition to God.

  • The substitutionary sacrifice of the incarnate Son of God as the sole and all sufficient ground of redemption from the guilt and power of sin, and from its eternal consequences.

  • The justification of the sinner solely by the grace of God through faith in Christ crucified and risen from the dead.

  • The illuminating, regenerating, indwelling and sanctifying work of God the Holy Spirit.

  • The priesthood of all believers, who form the universal church, the body of which Christ is the head and which is committed by his command to the proclamation of the gospel throughout the world.

  • The resurrection of believers and unbelievers.

  • The future personal return in triumph of the Lord Jesus Christ, who will judge all people, executing God’s just condemnation on the impenitent and receiving the redeemed into eternal glory.

4

ACTIVITIES

4.1

In fulfilling the Purpose the Church will engage in a range of Activities either on its own or with others that will vary from time to time with Activities being initiated, expanded, or closed, as appropriate.  

4.2

The Activities may include but are not restricted to:

  • regular public worship, prayer, Bible study, preaching and teaching;
  • baptism of believers by immersion;
  • the Communion of the Lord’s Supper;
  • evangelism and mission, locally, regionally, nationally and internationally;
  • the welcome, inclusion, teaching, and encouragement, of children and young people;
  • nurture and growth of Christian disciples;
  • education and training for Christian and community service;
  • the giving and encouraging of pastoral care;
  • the supporting and encouraging of charitable social action and the relieving of poverty;
  • encouraging relationships with and supporting of other Christians, Churches and Christian organisations.

4.3

Notwithstanding the appointment of persons to accept responsibility for any of the Activities all individuals, organisations, groups, and committees operating within the life of the Church, and their leaders, shall be accountable to the Core Leadership Team and also through any specific direction of the Church Members’ Meeting.

5.

AFFILIATION AND RELATIONSHIPS

5.1

The Church is a member of the Baptist Union of Great Britain (hereinafter ‘the Baptist Union’) and the South East Baptist Association Baptist Association (hereinafter ‘the Association’).

5.2

The Church will normally promote, encourage, support and advance the work of the Baptist denomination.

6

JOINING AND BECOMING A CHURCH MEMBER

6.1

Baptism by immersion upon personal profession of faith is the normal mode of entry into the membership of a Baptist church.

6.2

The church may also admit un-baptised believers on the basis of their own public profession of faith.

6.3

Church membership is open to those who:

accept the Beliefs of the Church;

commit to or are in sympathy with the practice of Believers’ Baptism;

commit themselves to serving Christ within the Church and beyond;

abide by the decisions of the Church Members’ Meeting;

take an active and responsible interest in the life of the church, attend its members’ meetings wherever possible and to contribute to its support;

have their membership application accepted as described in section 6.4.

6.4

Applicants for membership are to be visited by two members who shall provide a report for the Core Leadership Team. Church membership is at the sole discretion of the Core Leadership Team. All successful applicants will be reported to the Church Members’ Meeting and welcomed into the fellowship of the church at the earliest convenient Communion service.

6.5

Changes of address and circumstances should be notified to the Church office.

7

BELONGING TO THE CHURCH

7.1

The responsibilities of membership normally include:

  • attending worship and participating in Church Activities;
  • personal prayer and Bible study;
  • participation at the Communion of the Lord’s Supper as a privilege and a priority;
  • helping the Church whenever possible by using gifts and abilities to advance the Purpose of the church through its Activities;  
  • attending and participating in Church Members’ Meetings;
  • giving regular financial support to the Church in proportion to personal resources and circumstances;
  • upholding Christian values.

7.2

If there are differences that lead to difficulties between members of the Church (and it is recognised that these will sometimes arise) each member should try to resolve the situation with gentleness and humility following Christian and Biblical principles. In pursuit of this aim a mediator may be invited to assist in the discussions.

8

THE MEMBERSHIP LIST

8.1

The Core Leadership Team shall ensure that a list is kept of church members which shall include records of additions and deletions.

8.2

Routine changes to the list of church members shall be reported at the next convenient Church Members’ Meeting.

8.3

In order to keep the list of church members up to date it shall be reviewed at least once every two years.

8.4

At any time, in exceptional circumstances where the conduct of a Member is considered to be contrary to the Purpose and Beliefs of the Church and/or disruptive to the relationships between Members, then the Core Leadership Team have the authority to suspend or delete the member from the list subject to offering a means of mediation, the terms of which shall be agreed at the time. Such a suspension or deletion shall be reported to the Church Members’ Meeting.

9

CHURCH MEMBERS’ MEETINGS

9.1

Church members shall meet together in a Church Members’ Meeting under the guidance of the Holy Spirit and under the Lordship of Christ to discern the mind of God in the affairs of the Church.

9.2

The Church Members’ Meeting shall have reserved authority in the appointment and removal of a Minister, the appointment and removal of members of the Core Leadership Team, decisions related to church property and the closure of the Church.

10.

ORDINARY AND SPECIAL CHURCH MEMBERS’ MEETINGS

10.1

There are two types of formal Church Members’ Meetings, Ordinary Church Members’ Meetings and Special Church Members’ Meetings.

10.2

Ordinary Church Members’ Meetings shall be held at regular intervals on not less than four occasions in any calendar year. They shall be an opportunity to consider and review routine matters associated with the life of the Church including issues related to church membership, the appointment and dismissal of members of the Core Leadership Team, financial matters with opportunities to consider proposals from the Core Leadership Team or other Church members for the development of the Church and the advancement of its Purpose through its Activities.

10.3

Members wishing to propose a subject for discussion or to move a resolution shall give notice to the Core Leadership Team, or other designated person, in writing at least fourteen days before an ordinary Church Members’ Meeting, so that it can be added to the agenda. The proposal must be submitted in the names of a minimum of two members.

10.4

One Ordinary Church Members’ Meeting each year shall include the Annual Church Members’ Meeting for the Church members to receive annual accounts and reports, to appoint Auditors or Independent Examiners in accordance with statute, and to consider proposals for the strategy and vision of the church in the coming year, with other appropriate matters.

10.5

A Special Church Members’ Meeting shall be convened when necessary to consider the appointment or dismissal of a minister, matters relating to the purchase, sale, lease, mortgage or redevelopment of church property, the closure of the church, or matters considered by the Core Leadership Team to be of sufficient importance to require the calling of a Special Members’ Meeting.  

11

CALLING CHURCH MEMBERS’ MEETINGS

11.1

Church Members’ Meetings shall be convened by the Core Leadership Team so as to be convenient for as many Church members as is reasonable.

11.2

An Ordinary Church Members’ Meeting shall be properly convened if as a minimum requirement the date, time and place for the meeting are publicised at the worship service or services on the two preceding Sundays with an indication of the matters to be considered.

11.3

A Special Church Members’ Meeting shall be properly convened if as a minimum requirement the date, time and place for the meeting are publicised, with an indication of the matters to be considered, at the public worship service or services on the two preceding Sundays.

11.4

Additional meetings whether Special or Ordinary may be convened by the Core Leadership Team as necessary but they shall have specific responsibility to convene a Special Church Members’ Meeting upon the receipt of a written request for a meeting signed by one sixteenth of the members or ten people whichever is the greater.

11.5

Apart from invited guests, only Members of the church shall attend a Church Members’ Meeting.

12

THE CONDUCT OF CHURCH MEMBERS’ MEETINGS

12.1

Worship including prayer and the reading of Scripture shall, whenever possible, be a feature of the Church Members’ Meeting.  The discussion of any matters affecting the life and activities of the Church shall be set in this context with the intention that, so far as possible, practical issues are not perceived as being separate from the spiritual aspects of the Church.

12.2

A quorum of 20% of the total number of Church members shall apply to Ordinary Church Members’ Meetings. A quorum of 33% shall apply for Special Church Meetings.

12.3

The Core Leadership Team shall appoint a person (who may or may not be a Minister of the church) to chair the Church Members’ Meetings.  

12.4

A resolution passed at either an Ordinary Church Members’ Meeting or a Special Church Members’ Meeting shall not be rescinded within one year, unless notice of the resolution for rescission is given at the Church Members’ Meeting prior to that at which there is to be a vote on the resolution to rescind.

13

VOTING

13.1

Members shall, so far as possible, seek consensus on all matters considered at a Church Members’ Meeting.

13.2

For matters requiring a decision a vote shall be taken and the outcome of the vote recorded as the resolution of the Members.

13.3

Each Member shall have one vote which they may use at the Church Members’ Meeting after hearing about the issues and any comments or questions raised by other Members in advance of the vote.

13.4

No proxy votes shall be allowed and no postal votes shall be valid.

13.5

Any member present at an Ordinary Church Members’ Meeting may demand that voting on any matter shall be by secret ballot, provided that the request is supported by nine other members.

13.6

If a secret ballot is to be held two persons will be appointed as scrutineers to the ballot to count the votes.  The person chairing the Church Members’ Meeting shall announce the outcome without necessarily revealing the numbers of votes.

13.7

Except for the Appointment of Core Leadership Team referred to in clause 15.7 a resolution at an Ordinary Church Members’ Meeting shall be carried if supported by a majority of those entitled to vote and voting.

13.8

If there is an equality of votes on any matter at an Ordinary Church Members’ Meeting the resolution will be considered rejected and the matter shall be referred to the submitter for review and if appropriate resubmission to a subsequent meeting for consideration.

13.9

A resolution at a Special Church Members’ Meeting shall be carried if supported by at least 75% of those entitled to vote and voting.

13.10

The Church Members’ Meeting or Core Leadership Team may want a higher measure of support for a particular resolution but a higher proportion of votes for a resolution shall not override the arrangements in clauses 13.7 or 13.9 unless, before the vote is taken, the Church Members’ Meeting passes a further or enabling resolution referring to that particular resolution and specifying the proportion of votes necessary to pass it.

13.11

Although Members of any age may attend and participate in a Church Members’ Meeting the minimum age for voting will be 16 years.

14

MINUTES

14.1

The business conducted at Church Members’ Meetings and, in particular, any decisions of the Members shall be recorded in the Minutes for future reference, and made available to members on request.

14.2

The Minutes shall be written or printed and filed in a book or binder set aside for this purpose using materials of sufficient quality to ensure that they survive in perpetuity and shall be kept in a safe place.

14.3

Each set of Minutes shall be approved by the Church members attending the next Church Members’ Meeting.  They shall have the opportunity to review the Minutes and to correct any errors of fact before a formal vote on the approval of the Minutes is taken. If the Minutes are approved the person chairing the Church Members’ Meeting shall confirm the Members’ acceptance of the Minutes by signing and dating them as a correct record of the preceding meeting.

14.4

The signed Minutes shall be conclusive evidence of the decisions taken at the Church Members’ Meeting to which they relate.

15

APPOINTMENT AND REMOVAL OF MEMBERS OF THE CORE LEADERSHIP TEAM

15.1

The Church Members’ Meeting shall appoint members of the Core Leadership Team to be responsible for the governance of the Church and where there are Ministers they become members of the Core Leadership Team because of their role and responsibilities. Subject to any specific or general directions of the Church Members’ Meeting and the provisions of 9.2 the control, management and administration of the Church shall be by the Core Leadership Team, save that the Core Leadership Team are not required to do anything that would cause them to be in breach of this Constitution or any trustee duty placed upon them as a result of this role.   

15.2

Elected members of the Core Leadership Team shall be chosen from among the church members. There shall be a minimum number of three such members and a maximum of eight or such number as may be agreed from time to time by a Special Church Members’ Meeting.

15.3

A person (who is not disqualified by statute) may not be a member of the Core Leadership Team unless that person has been Baptised in the manner described in the Declaration of Principle referred to in clause 6.3.  

15.4

Members of the Core Leadership Team shall serve so long as they have the support of the Church Members’ Meeting and (except for those in ministerial office) shall be actively appointed and reappointed at least once every three years.  

15.5

After serving for two continuous terms an elected member of the Core Leadership Team shall be ineligible for re-election for one year.

15.6

The appointment of members of the Core Leadership Team shall be undertaken by processes that are public, clear and open so that all Church members are enabled to consider prayerfully who should be appointed as members of the Core Leadership Team. The process shall ensure that notice is given of any forthcoming election so that Church members may freely nominate prospective members of the Core Leadership Team whose names shall be submitted (after they have indicated a willingness to be appointed) for decision to the Church members with the intention of ensuring that those appointed have a sufficient level of support from them.

15.7

In this church:-

15.7.1

Notice of a vacancy shall be given at an ordinary Church members’ Meeting prior to the meeting at which an election is intended.

15.7.2

Nomination papers shall be available from the Church office and returned at least four weeks before the intended election date.

15.7.3

A nomination may be made by a minimum of two church members who shall have ascertained that their nominee is willing to stand. This nominee must be a baptised church member, aged twenty-one or over who has been in membership for at least two years. Such nominations will be reviewed by the Minister(s) and the Core Leadership Team prior to consideration at the Church members’ Meeting, but not in such a way as to discourage a nomination unless there are moral or theological grounds for doing so.

15.7.4

Voting shall take place by secret ballot at the Church Members’ Meeting. A minimum of seventy percent (70%) of the votes cast by those present and voting must be in favour of each nominee in order for the appointment to be valid.

15.7.5

Where the number of nominees exceeds the number of vacancies a two stage voting procedure will take place as follows:

Ballot 1 Each member voting may vote for as many nominees as there are vacancies to be filled. The number of nominees will be reduced to equal the number of vacancies by omitting from the second ballot those nominees who receive the lowest number of votes.

In the event of a tie in the number of votes cast for two or more nominees to fill the last vacancy, the chairperson shall exercise a casting vote to determine which nominee(s) proceed to ballot two.

Ballot 2. Each member voting may vote for as many candidates as there are vacancies to be filled. A minimum  of seventy percent (70%) of the votes cast in this ballot must be in favour of a candidate in order for the appointment of that candidate to be valid.

In the event of the number of nominations not exceeding the number of vacancies, an election must still be held.

15.8

A Special Church Members’ Meeting may rescind the appointment of any member of the Core Leadership Team (except for those in ministerial office) at any time.

15.9

Where a Special Church Members’ Meeting is considering the dismissal of a member of the Core Leadership Team (except for those in ministerial office) the Core Leadership Team member shall be allowed to hear what is said to the Church Members’ Meeting and to correct any errors of fact and offer any explanation of the circumstances or reasons for their actions before withdrawing so that the Church Members’ Meeting may prayerfully and carefully consider whether the appointment should be terminated.

16

RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE CORE LEADERSHIP TEAM

16.1

The Core Leadership Team shall be responsible for the governance of the Church and the fulfilment of the Purpose through its Activities acting according to the will of God as discerned by the Church Members’ Meeting and subject to any specific or general directions of the Church Members’ Meeting in relation to the matters set out in clause 9.2.

16.2

The Core Leadership Team should keep in an appropriate state of repair and insure to their full value against fire and other usual risks all the buildings of the Charity (except those where the responsibility is of a third party where they shall use reasonable endeavours to ensure that the third party does so).  They must ensure that suitable public liability and employer’s liability insurance is in place.

17

PROCEEDINGS OF THE CORE LEADERSHIP TEAM

17.1

Worship including prayer and the reading of Scripture shall be features of any meeting of the Core Leadership Team whose leadership and administration of the church shall be characterised as much by mutual accountability, service, and pastoral care, as strategic thinking and effective management.

17.2

The Core Leadership Team shall determine when and how frequently they shall meet provided that they shall convene meetings of the whole group not less than once every two months.

17.3

The Core Leadership Team shall determine a quorum for their full meetings that shall not be less than three persons or two thirds of their number whichever is the greater. In this quorum the number of elected members shall be equal to or in excess of the number of paid ministers.

17.4

For matters requiring a decision the Core Leadership Team shall, so far as possible, seek consensus on all matters considered at their meetings but where this is not possible a vote shall be taken and the outcome recorded as the resolution of the Core Leadership Team.

17.5

Each member of the Core Leadership Team shall have one vote to be exercised at the meeting.

17.6

Every issue may be determined by a simple majority of votes cast at a meeting of the Core Leadership Team but if there is an equality of votes on any matter the resolution will be considered rejected and the matter shall be referred to the submitter for review and if appropriate resubmission to a subsequent meeting for consideration.

17.7

The Core Leadership Team shall always act in accordance with the provisions of this Constitution.

17.8

The Core Leadership Team shall appoint one of their members as chairperson.

17.9

Minutes shall be prepared of the proceedings at the meetings of the Core Leadership Team including any appointments, the names of those present, the decisions taken, and where appropriate the reasons for the decisions and the Core Leadership Team shall decide from time to time whether all or part of these minutes shall be treated as confidential.

17.10

Members of the Core Leadership Team shall respect the confidentiality of their meeting.

17.11

The Core Leadership Team may invite non-team members to attend their meetings as appropriate to the matter(s) under consideration.

18

APPOINTMENT AND REMOVAL OF CHARITY TRUSTEES

18.1

In this church the Charity Trustees shall be the Minister(s) if any, the Core Leadership Team, the treasurer and additional people proposed by the existing Charity Trustees and approved by a Church Members’ Meeting. A Charity Trustee who is a Charity Trustee by virtue of being a member of the Core Leadership Team or a minister or a treasurer shall cease to be a charity trustee forthwith upon such person ceasing to be a member of the Core Leadership Team, a minister or a treasurer.

18.2

No person may serve as a Charity Trustee if they are disqualified.

18.3

The Core Leadership Team shall appoint a treasurer subject to the approval of a Church Members’ Meeting who shall, by the nature of his or her responsibilities, be a Charity Trustee.

19

MINISTERS

19.1

The Church may have a Minister or more than one Minister or no Minister. Where a Minister is appointed he or she shall become a Member of the Church.

19.2

A Minister or Ministers of this Church shall accept the Beliefs of Victoria Baptist Church as set out in clause 3 . He or she shall hold to the Deity of the Lord Jesus Christ and the authority of the Holy Scriptures and that interpretation of them usually called Evangelical. He or she shall have been baptised by immersion and maintain and practice the doctrine and rite of the Immersion of believers, and no other baptism.

19.3

The Senior Minister’s name is required to appear on the Register of Persons Accredited for Ministry (whether full or as a probationer) and only on application to the Baptist Union can this provision be waived.

19.4

Ministers, whether or not they are on the Register of Persons Accredited for Ministry shall be supportive of the Church’s relationships with other Baptist Churches, the Association and the Baptist Union.

19.5

The tasks fulfilled by Ministers will vary depending on individual ability and gifting but a Minister is normally expected to be involved in the leadership of the Church with an emphasis on the leading of worship and prayer, the teaching of the Christian faith and the pastoral care of individuals. Ministers shall work with the Church towards achieving its Purpose through its Activities.

19.6

Notwithstanding any legal status afforded to Ministers by statute the Church recognises that the Ministers and the Church are in a Covenant relationship based on Christian love, trust and mutual accountability. A Minister shall be in a relationship of mutual accountability with the Core Leadership Team and also with the Church members.

20

THE APPOINTMENT AND REMOVAL OF MINISTERS

20.1

When the Church is seeking to appoint a Minister it may consult the appropriate staff within the Association.

20.2

Ministers will be appointed or removed by a resolution of the Church members at a Special Church Members’ Meeting at any time.

20.3

Where a Special Church Members’ Meeting is considering the dismissal of a Minister the Minister shall be allowed to hear what is said to the Church Members’ Meeting and to correct any errors of fact and offer any explanation of the circumstances or reasons for their actions before withdrawing so that the Church Members’ Meeting may prayerfully and carefully consider whether the appointment should be terminated.

20.4

The Church and the Minister shall normally agree ‘terms and conditions of appointment’ including termination procedures based on the standard terms of appointment published by the Baptist Union of Great Britain.

21

THE REMUNERATION OF MINISTERS

Notwithstanding the fact that any Minister or Ministers appointed by the Church are Charity Trustees they will be entitled to be paid an agreed and reasonable remuneration or stipend out of the funds of the Church.

22

PASTORAL VACANCIES AND THE APPOINTMENT OF A MODERATOR

22.1

When there is no appointed Minister the Church Members’ Meeting may appoint a person who is a Church Member or a member of another Baptist Church to be the Moderator (but if they do not do so then the Association may make an appointment of a suitable person) who will hold this office until a new Minister is appointed or until they resign or are released or dismissed by the Church Members’ Meeting.

22.2

A Moderator is a facilitator whilst there is a pastoral vacancy and will usually chair Church Members’ Meetings as determined according to need and circumstances. They do not need to become a member of the church. The moderator will not become a charity trustee unless he or she is a member of the Core Leadership Team.

23

FINANCE

23.1

The Core Leadership Team are jointly and severally responsible for the financial administration of the Church.

23.2

Once in each year the Core Leadership Team shall present a budget of the subsequent years’ projected income and expenditure for approval at a convenient Church Members’ Meeting.

24

RECORD KEEPING AND ACCOUNTING

24.1

The Church’s annual financial year will run from 1st January to 31st December.

24.2

Financial statements of all Church organisations that form part of the Activities shall be presented to the Core Leadership Team and incorporated into the Church’s financial statements.

24.3

A statement of the Church Accounts (audited or independently examined as required by law) shall be received by the Annual General Church Members’ Meeting.

24.4

Financial Records, annual reports and statements of account relating to the Church for the previous six years must be kept.

24.5

The law requires Charity Trustees to make the annual report and accounts available to any person who requests these.  The Charity Trustees (i.e. the Core Leadership Team) may make a reasonable charge to cover the administration costs of meeting this request.

25

CONSTITUTION

25.1

A copy of this Constitution will be made available to Church members and to every applicant for membership with the intention that every Member shall be informed about the organisation of the Church and be enabled to participate in the life of the Church and in Church Members’ Meetings.

25.2

No amendment may be made to this Constitution that would have the effect of making the Church cease to be a charity at law.

25.3

This Constitution may be altered only by a resolution of a Special Church Members’ Meeting and additionally no amendment may be made to clause 26.2 without prior, written permission of the Charity Commission.

25.4

A resolution of a Special Church Members’ Meeting altering clauses 2, 3 or 25.3 shall have no legal effect unless;

(a) at least 6 months before the Special Church Members’  Meeting at which the resolution is considered, or such shorter period as may be agreed in writing by each of the bodies referred to in clause 5.1, the Church shall have given to those bodies written notice of the wording of the resolution and  

(b) the Church has afforded to those bodies reasonable opportunities, if those bodies so require, for enabling representatives of those bodies to meet representatives of the Church, to make representations to the Church Members’ Meeting, and to consider with the Church whether the proposed resolution might be withdrawn, amended or replaced by a different resolution.

26

CLOSURE

26.1

If the Church resolves to close it shall notify the Baptist Union of Great Britain and the Baptist Association to which it is affiliated.

26.2

If the Church shall resolve to close or shall cease to meet for worship for at least six months the assets of the Church, after the satisfaction of debts and liabilities (not being property assets subject to separate trusts) shall be applied for Christian charitable purposes as decided by a Special Church Members’ Meeting or, failing decision in that way, as decided by the Association and notified to the Union. If the Church Members’ meeting has been inquorate for a period of six months the decision relating to closure shall be taken by the remaining Core Leadership Team.

26.3

The Charity Trustees of Churches that are registered charities shall notify the Charity Commission of any closure or dissolution.

26.4

The property assets shall be dealt with by the holding trustees in accordance with the property trusts.

 

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