Up the Golden Stair: An Approach to a Deeper Understanding

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Monday October 31, 2016 8:15pm Rectory Register Free at -- formed.org -- Enter Code: CD4X44 Calling all 2nd, 3rd & 4th grade girls! Charge Conference Membership of Deacons and Provisional Deacons. 254 a) Deacons and provisional deacons who are appointed to a local congregation, charge, or cooperative parish, shall be members of that charge conference. b) Deacons and provisional deacons who are appointed to settings beyond the local church shall, after consultation and with the written consent of the pastor in charge, and the district superintendent designate a charge conference within the bounds of the annual conference in which they shall hold membership and to which they shall submit an annual report.

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Publisher: Upper Room (May 1990)

ISBN: 068761239X

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