Chapter 1 – Parliamentary Procedure
Robert’s Rules of Order shall be the authoritative basis for parliamentary procedure in all association meetings.
Chapter 2 – Filling of Vacancies in Elected Positions
The Executive Committee shall be empowered to fill vacancies occurring in all elected positions during a term of office, subject to approval at the next Annual Meeting.
Chapter 3 - Association Funding
Funding for the NAWE is on a voluntary basis.
Chapter 4 - Committees and Responsibilities
The Executive Committee shall consist of both clergy and laity, with the number of members to be determined by the Annual Meeting. The responsibilities
of the Executive Committee are set forth in Article IV of the Constitution.
- Committee on Ministerial Relations
The Committee on Ministerial Relations shall consist of not fewer than three Elders. In addition to their responsibilities outlined in Article V of the
Constitution, the committee shall hold all ministerial members accountable for their personal character and for the exercise of their ministerial office.
The Committee on Finance shall consist of not fewer than three persons to include both clergy and laity. The committee shall prepare an operating budget
annually and shall present it at the Annual Meeting for action.
The Committee on Nominations shall consist of not fewer than three persons to include both clergy and laity. The committee shall submit a slate of
nominees for consideration at the Annual Meeting.
The Trustees shall consist of three persons who are at least twenty-one years of age. They shall be elected for a three-year term with one of them being
elected each year. The Trustees are empowered to hold title to all property and to accept bequests, endowments, and such other assets as the
association may acquire.