The Church of God (Seventh Day) is duly incorporated and registered in England with offices in Croydon. It is affiliated with The General Conference of the Church of God (Seventh Day) Denver Colorado and is also a member of the International Ministerial Congress.
The official form of the church government is congregational which means that the highest regulatory body of the Church is "Conference in Session". General directives including the election of Executive Board Members are done periodically by Conference in session. The Executive Board is drawn from the ranks of those who are faithful to the church and includes at least four Ministers holding valid licenses or credentials with the Conference. The Executive Board exercises all the powers and duties of the conference when it is not in session except the amendment of the constitution and bylaws.
The officers of the Executive Board are:
Conference appointed officers assist with the general administration and direction of the churches. These appointees include:
The purpose of the executive board therefore is two-fold.
To serve the local branches within the conference by providing quality resources to the officers and local churches to achieve the objectives of the conference.
To provide, monitor, support and evaluate the training of members for corporate ministry. Discipling people, unifying the body and glorifying the Lord through effective administration of it's business.