Working along with the Pastor, the Board of Trustees of Ruth Fellowship Ministries (“The Trustee Board”) is responsible for managing the fiscal affairs of the Church, subject to the regulation by the laws of the State of New Jersey. The Trustee Board is responsible for: - Ensuring the Church will be able to meet its financial goals and objectives in fulfilling the spiritual needs of the congregation and the greater community which it serves. - The control and protection of all monetary assets deemed the property of Ruth Fellowship. Consequently, the Trustee Board must be consulted before any contract or agreement is entered into that will affect the Church’s financial position. The Trustee Board in turn is expected to act responsibly by consulting with the Pastor on significant financial matters. - Preparing financial statements showing details of all the income and expenditures for the Church. These statements should be accompanied by an analysis of all significant factors influencing the Church’s financial position. - Overseeing any special committees in terms of any committee transactions involving the receipt and disbursements of funds. - The care and custody of the property of the Church, including opening and closing the Church for all regularly scheduled services and special events. - Interviewing, employing, terminating, upgrading or modifying the job description(s) of part-time or stipend personnel in consultation with the Pastor, as required.
Sunday Services at 7:45am & 10:45am

 

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Trustee Board