A New Governance Structure for HUMC

Every effective local church needs a decision making structure to lead its mission. Good governance is coordinated. The diverse activities continue with minimal interference and groups mutually reinforce each other’s efforts and the overall mission. Good governance is participatory. Every member has the information and opportunity to access the process and engage in it. Good governance is efficient. It minimizes confusion and miscommunication. It avoids duplication of efforts. It prevents the creation of “silos”—those isolated program areas that are unintegrated into the mission of the church. Good governance is unifying. It brings the diverse teams and activities of the church together in c

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