The Church shall elect a Board of Trustees composed of not less than three, no more than nine persons, who shall be members of the Church.
a) The trustees shall hold church property for the church membership and for the property constituted authorities.
b) In all cases where the civil law requires a specific mode of election of the trustees of the Church, that mode shall be followed.
c) Before real estate is purchased for the Church (use of the Church), the trustees shall see that the Church, in all places where the statute will permit, be incorporated and that the articles of the incorporation shall be subject to the provisions of the government.
d) Such article shall provide that all real property shall be deeded to the Church in its corporate name and the trustees shall look after the upkeep of the Church property, both real and personal and shall present all bills for repairs, improvements, etc., to the Church in a regular business meeting for payment.
e) All checks and drafts, of whatsoever name or nature, shall be signed by the chairman and treasurer of the Church, or in their absence, the Church may appoint someone to do so by a majority vote present; that in the event of an emergency.
f) The chairperson of any and all boards must be elected by the Church or appointed by the Pastor.