Meet the BOA
Note: the Board of Administration was retired by vote of the General Conference 2010. At that time, MCC’s Governing Board was elected and put in place to administer the business formerly completed by the Board of Administraiton. The information below is considered archival and no longer in effect. Updated: August 2010.
The Board of Administration is the volunteer group authorized by the General Conference of MCC to carry on the administrative affairs of the UFMCC between General Conferences.
The Board of Administration is composed of seven (7) persons appointed by the Board of Elders to be responsible for the management of UFMCC finances and operations and to serve as the corporation’s Board of Directors. The Board of Administration is in charge of all matters pertaining to the UFMCC Articles of Incorporation, all documents of legal organization, property, and finances of the UFMCC. Members of the Board of Administration serve for a period of two (2) years.
Members of the Board of Administration must be members in good standing within MCC. They must be mature and have spiritual quality and leadership, sound judgment, and a proven record of accomplishment.
The Board of Administration is responsible for assuring that all policies, programs, and practices of the MCC Administrative Operations support the ministry priorities established by the General Conference and the Board of Elders, to be accountable to the ministry priorities, and to reflect the ideals, values, and vision of the MCC.
The Board of Administration…
- approves, monitors, and reviews the MCC budget and operational budgets;
- determines salaries for members of the Board of Elders; guides and supports the Director of Operations;
- translates the MCC ideals, values, and vision into policies to guide the Executive and senior staff in their activities;
- works with the Director of Operations to develop and monitor long-range plans, goals, and objectives for the MCC Administrative Operations Offices;
- ensures that the MCC Administrative Operations Offices and Regions have the financial resources needed to carry out the mission and goals;
- ensures that all of its decisions and actions meet the requirements of ethics and law, both civil and UFMCC governing documents and mandates;
- ensures that the MCC Administrative Operations Offices uses all of its resources, including people and money, as efficiently and effectively as possible;
- elects UFMCC’s corporate officers from among the members of the Board of Administration.
When church bodies or members of the Fellowship raise a question of interpretation of the governing documents by official action, the Board of Administration is authorized to issue an advisory interpretation of the governing documents for that situation.
Selection of BOA Members
The members of the Board of Administration are appointed by the Board of Elders. When there is a vacancy on the Board of Administration, the Board of Elders may appoint another qualified person to fill the vacancy. Someone who is appointed to fill a vacancy serves for a period of two (2) years.
Members of the Board of Administration are accountable to the Board of Elders, the MCC governing documents, the Code of Conduct of the Board of Administration, and General Conference.
Members of the Board of Administration can be disciplined by the Board of Administration and by the Board of Elders. The process for discipline is contained in MCC Bylaw, Article V.D.3.d(1) and (2).
Meeting Minutes Archive
Below are the minutes of meetings held by the Board of Administration (3 year archive)