Call for Nomination Papers for President

December 9, 2021 | < 1
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Call for Nomination Papers for the Position of President of The Christian and Missionary Alliance in Canada (C&MA)

The Committee on Nominations for the 2022 General Assembly of the C&MA is prepared to receive nomination papers from candidates who wish to be considered for nomination to the position of President of the C&MA in Canada.

The C&MA has adopted a governance model that commits the President to lead the C&MA in the achievement of organizational ends, while complying with executive limitations established by the Board of Directors.

The following documents are available to review:

Candidates for the position of President of the C&MA will be persons of exemplary character and spiritual maturity, who have demonstrated capacity to provide spiritual and organizational leadership for a complex, ethnically-diverse family of Alliance churches. All candidates must be Canadian citizens, be licensed by the C&MA in Canada, be a member of a local C&MA church, and have significant Canadian ministry leadership experience.

Interested individuals are encouraged to access the various documents currently available on the C&MA website related to the vision, mission and values of The Alliance Canada.

Nomination papers from all candidates must be completed and submitted with all necessary documentation by Feb 7, 2022. Here is a full list of the required components of the nomination papers.

Please forward an electronic copy of nomination papers and direct related inquiries to:
Garry James, Chair
2022 General Assembly Committee on Nominations




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