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Mission

U.S. Missions Board

Boards

• U.S. Missions Board

It is the responsibility of the U.S. Missions Board to evaluate policies of the EAPCA U.S. Missions and to offer guidance and counsel in the areas of its supervision, including the approval of policies and procedures governing the operation of the various ministries of the division. The U.S. Missions Board shall be amenable to and under the general supervision of the EAPCA General Assembly Office. The U.S. Missions Boards is composed of the following officers:

  • Executive Director of U.S. Missions
  • Stated Clerk (by virtue of position)
  • Administrator
  • One member of the Board of Directors
  • Two additional members of the EAPCA General Assembly Office
  • Eight ministers from different areas of the nation
  • Four presbytery U.S. Missions Directors
  • Department Leaders
  • Other key U.S. Missions personnel (by virtue of position) as determined by the Executive Director

• U.S. Missions Committee

The U.S. Missions committee conducts general administrative work of the division. The responsibilities of the U.S. Missions Committee are the supervision and direction of the work of the division and its missionaries. The U.S. Missions Committee conforms with the established policies and principles of The General Assembly of the Evangelical Assembly of Presbyterian Churches and the U.S. Missions Board. The U.S. Missions Committee is composed of the following officers:

• National U.S. Missionaries

  • Executive Director of U.S. Missions (as chairperson)
  • Administrator (as vice-chairperson)
  • Department Leaders
  • Other personnel, as determined by the EAPCA General Assembly Office

• Board of Appeals

The Board of Appeals acts on any appeal to the decisions of the division. The Board of Appeals is composed of the following officers:

  • Those members of the Global Missions Board who are not members of the Global Missions Committee

• Commission on Chaplains

The Commission on Chaplains shall serve as the endorsing agency for The General Assembly of the Evangelical Assembly of Presbyterian Churches in America. The government and work of the Chaplaincy Department is vested in and committed to the Commission on Chaplains. The commission operates within guidelines adopted by the EAPCA General Assembly Office. It has the responsibility to evaluate policies, to offer guidance and counsel in the area of its supervision, to establish criteria for the appointment of workers in chaplaincies, and to sit as a Board of Appeal in all matters relating to its are of supervision. The Commission on Chaplains is amenable to and under the supervision of the EAPCA General Assembly Office.

Regions

N. Atlantic, S. Atlantic, Great Lakes, Rocky Mountains, Southern, Pacific Northwest, Pacific Southwest

Stewardship

U.S. & Global Mission

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