Section 1. Advisors And Responsibilities
(a) The Senior Bishop may, if deemed necessary, create a Board of Advisors consisting of not more than thirty (30) persons.
(b) Advisors shall be responsible for supporting, promoting and advancing the purposes, objectives and public perception of the Church, nationally and or internationally as appropriate. The Board of Advisors shall have no innate power or authority as a legal organization entity.
Section 2. Appointment And Meetings
(a) The Senior Bishop and President of the Corporation will be responsible for inviting and appointing candidates to serve on the Board of Advisors.
(b) Advisors will generally not be expected to convene for regularly scheduled board meetings, but will serve in this capacity without vote or other formal authority over Corporation affairs. The Senior Bishop and President will be responsible for calling any Board meetings involving Advisors and or inviting Advisors to attend EOM Board meetings of the Corporation as appropriate.
Section 3. Compensaton And Tenure
(a) Advisors shall service without compensation.
(b) Advisors may serve for any period of time as mutually agreed between the Senior Bishop and individual Advisor. An Advisor may succeed himself without limitation as to the number of time periods served previously. Any member of the Board of Advisors may be replaced/removed of his function and or service at any time deemed necessary by the Senior Bishop.