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Active leadership committees serving in Emmanuel Chapel include the following:

For the purpose of civil law, the voting officers of this nonprofit corporation shall consist of a seven (7) member Board of Directors, including the Pastor and six (6) members selected by the congregation at regular elections. These Godly men shall meet the qualifications listed in I Timothy 3:1-7, Titus 1:5-9, or I Timothy 3:8-13, and Acts 6:3. The church secretary and treasurer may or may not be members of the Board of Directors. They shall oversee and care for the spiritual oversight of the work of the ministry in Emmanuel Chapel.

Deaconesses membership will consist of not less than three (3) godly women and as many as necessary to meet identified needs. Titus 2:3-5. The Deaconesses shall assist the Pastor and the Board of Directors in ministering to the general spiritual needs of women and children, including nursery needs. They shall minister, within their abilities, to the needs of individuals, families, and friends of the church; for example, dinners for families at times of death, hospitalizations, etc.

Christian Education membership will consist of (3) members, including the Sunday School Superintendent and two official members of the congregation. In the event that Emmanuel Christian Academy is reactivated, (2) more members would be added from the ECA staff. This committee would meet quarterly and as needed.

Missions Committee membership shall consist of three (3) members. They shall oversee the missionary support of the church.

Music Committee membership shall consist of three (3) members. They shall supervise the music program of the church.

Trustees membership shall consist of five (5) members, one of which shall be the Church Treasurer. They shall be responsible for legal and other valuable papers, be responsible to oversee church insurance, oversee church properties and buildings, be responsible for upkeep of church properties and buildings and oversee the economy of the church.