PRESIDENT:The President shall exercise general supervision over the Officers, employees, and all activities of the Congregation. The President shall serve as Chairman of the Board of Directors and of the Executive Committee and shall Directors, and the Executive Committee, unless the purpose of the meeting is to remove the President, in which case the First Vice President or his/her designee shall preside. In the absence of the President, the First Vice President shall be the Presiding Officer. The President shall also serve as an ex officio voting member of all Standing and Special Committees.
1st VICE PRESIDENT: The First Vice President shall assume the duties of the President during the absence of the President or the inability of the President to perform his/her duties. The First Vice President shall assist the President in his/her general supervisory duties. The First Vice President, prior to entering office, shall agree to accept the nomination as a succeeding President if so nominated by the Nominating Committee.
VP RELIGIOUS AFFAIRS: The Vice President for Religious Affairs, the Vice President for Education and Youth, the Vice President for Membership, the Vice President for Fundraising, and the Vice President for Operations shall each oversee and coordinate the activities of the various Standing and Special Committees that are assigned to their specific administrative areas by the President, and shall otherwise assist the President in his/her general supervisory duties.
TREASURER: The Treasurer shall be responsible for the design and maintenance of all financial and accounting records of the Congregation according to standard accounting principles. The Treasurer shall monitor all Congregation funds from whatever source and shall keep the funds in a bank or other depository approved by the Board of Directors. The Treasurer shall monitor the disbursal of 2 funds upon authorization of the Board of Directors or of the Congregation as a result of the decision of the Congregation at a Congregation meeting. The Treasurer shall also be responsible for the timely preparation of all internal and external financial reports as may be required by the Board of Directors. The Treasurer shall supervise an annual independent review or audit of the financial records of the Congregation, if such review or audit is authorized by the Board of Directors.
SECRETARY: The Recording Secretary shall keep accurate minutes of all meetings of the Board of Directors, membership meetings whether general or special, and meetings of the Executive Committee. Such minutes, when approved, shall become the official records of business transacted. The Secretary shall also keep a record, in a central designated place, of all official actions of the Board of Directors involving Congregation policy.
DIRECTOR AT LARGE: 5. Duties of Elected Directors: Directors elected by the Congregation, by virtue of the acceptance of their offices, shall agree to serve as a member of any Standing or Special Committee when requested to do so by the President. The President may also request Directors to assist the President to fulfill his/her responsibilities in a general supervisory capacity