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FAITH GRAVITY CURES INTERNATIONAL CHURCH (FAGACIC):

Purpose of FAGACIC:

(1)The purpose of Faith Gravity Cures International Church shall be to build Faith in people living with (HIV, terminal illnesses and others worries), sustain Humanities and Glorifying God. The Church shall seek to achieve the designed end through the public worship of God, the preaching of the Scriptures, reliable Christian living by its members, personal evangelism, missionary endeavor and Christian education (Ephesians. 1:5-14; Col. 1:9-10; Mathew. 5:16; 1 Peter. 2:9-12).

Name: The name of this church shall be “Faith Gravity Cures International Church (FAGACIC) “. The word “FAGACIC” as used in this article13 shall refer to Faith Gravity Cures International Church, whereas the word “Church” in the statement shall refer to the Body and Bride of Christ (Rev. 21:9; 22:17).

ARTICLE FOURTEEN

Authority:

The Board of Elders nominated by GIAPHAM Board of Directors is the governing body of Faith Gravity Cures International Church (FAGACIC).

Incorporation of FAGACIC:                                                        

To implement this purpose legally, the church is incorporated under the laws of GIAPHAM considered valid and true by the Government of Uganda, so that it may own, provide and/or maintain a place of worship (including suitable real estate and buildings), receive, hold and disburse gifts, donations and funds, and/or do all and a variety of things necessary or incident to further such purpose. However after the constitution of GIAPHAM is validated by the agency of government of Uganda in line with this matter shall never be revised by any external forces apart from GIAPHAM Board of Directors.

ARTICLE FIFTEEN 

Official Log of Faith Gravity Cures International Church:

FAITH GRAVITY CURES INTERNATIONAL CHURCH OF UGANDA (FAGACIC)

Membership (Faith Gravity Cures International Church):

(1)Any person may become a member upon professing saving faith in the Lord Jesus Christ and upon satisfactorily meeting the requirements set by the Elders.

(2)A person who accepted Jesus Christ shall lead the lead Faith Gravity Cures International Church of Uganda regardless of the color and Country of origin and shall retain the right of voting in all church business meetings.

  1. Responsibilities of FAGACIC membership: The responsibilities of church membership are summarized in the church Covenant as follows:

Having been led, as we believe by the Spirit of God, to receive the Lord Jesus Christ as our Savior, we do now in the presence of God and this church most solemnly and joyfully enter into this Covenant with one another as one body in Christ. We engage therefore, by the aid of the Holy Spirit,

  1. To love and to pray for all believers in the Lord Jesus Christ.
  2. To engage regularly in personal Bible reading and prayer, and to establish family devotions where possible.
  3. To endeavor by example, by work, and by prayer, to win others to accept Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord.
  4. To ascertain evangelism as soon as possible and unite with some other house of worship of God, where we can carry out the spirit of this Covenant and the principles of God’s word.
  5. To bring up such children as may be entrusted to our care in the nurture and admonition of the Lord.
  6. To walk cautiously in the world, to provide things honest in the sight of all men, to be faithful in engagements, exemplary in   deportment, denying ungodliness and worldly lust.
  7. To walk together in Christian love.
  8. To exercise Christian care and watchfulness over one another.
  9. To pray with and for one another, sharing our burdens, sorrows, and joys.
  10. To be thoughtful and courteous to one another, to be slow to take offense, and to be quick to forgive and to seek forgiveness.
  11. To guard the spiritual and Scriptural purity, peace, prosperity of the Church, and to promote its usefulness as a witness to the saving grace of God and Christ Jesus.
  12. To assist, through the gifts of the Spirit, in the work of the Church and to promote its usefulness as a witness to the saving grace of God and Christ Jesus.
  13. To contribute, as the Lord directs, to the financial support of the Church, the relief of the needy, and evangelism of all people.
  14. Priests/ pastors shall preach the word of God in the whole world not necessarily in the house of worship.
  1. Renewal: There shall be an annual renewal of membership. Such renewal procedures shall be adopted and approved by the Board of Elders in agreement with GIAPHAM constitution.

III. Discipline of Members of FAGACIC:

The purpose of church discipline is to effect a return to a Biblical standard of conduct and doctrine to a member who makes a mistake (Galatians 6:1), to maintain purity in the local church (1 Corinthians 5:6) and to deter sin (1 Timothy 5:20).

Any member of this church who teaches or insists on holding false canon, and persistently conducts himself or herself in a manner inconsistently with Biblical teaching, or who persists in disturbing the unity or peace of the church shall be dealt with as follows, according to Matthew 18:15-18:

  1. It is the duty of any member of this church who has confirmed that member’s deviation or misconduct and ensures that the defiant member is warned or corrected privately, seeking his or her repentance and restoration.
  2. If the member does not pay attention to this warning, the warning member shall again go to the erring member accompanied by one or two other members as witnesses to warn and correct, seeking repentance and restoration.
  3. If the defiant member still refuses to heed the warning, the matter shall be brought to the attention of the Elders, who, upon careful and prayerful investigation, shall tell it to the church encouraging the congregation to pray for repentance and restoration of the erring member.
  4. If the defiant member refuses to take note of the warnings of the Elders and the church, he or she shall be dismissed from the church pursuant to the Scriptures and treated as an unbeliever provided his/her health condition is okay and this will happen after notifying GIAPHAM Board of Directors. There shall be no appeal of the discipline process or the dismissal to any court. The congregation shall be encouraged to pray for the repentance and restoration of the defiant member.It is clearly understood that the discipline process will continue to conclusion whether the   member who has gone wrong leaves the church or otherwise seeks to withdraw from membership.
  1. Termination of FAGACIC Membership: Membership may be terminated in one of four ways:
  1. By physical death.
  2. By transfer: When it is requested, the Elders may grant to a departing member in good standing, a letter of dismissal to the fellowship of another church. No such letter may be given to a member who is at the time under the corrective discipline of this church. The Elders may refuse to grant a letter of transfer to any church which is in their judgment disloyal to the gospel (Jude 3).
  3. By exclusion: If a member habitually absents himself from the stated meetings of the church without valid reason, or if due to relocation he ceases to maintain a vital contact with the church, he may be excluded from membership. If an excluded member applies again for membership, the procedures set forth will again be followed.
  4. By dismissal as a final step of church discipline. The Board of Elders shall only apply the above-mentioned dismissal in strict accordance with the Scriptures.

ARTICLE SIXTEEN

FAGACIC Doctrine:

We accept the Scriptures as our authority in matters of faith and practice and adopt the following Confession of Faith as our interpretation of Bible Doctrine:

  1. We believe the Scriptures of the Old and New Testament as being verbally inspired by God and inerrant and infallible in the original writings, and that they are of supreme and final authority.
  2. We believe in one God eternally existing in one essence, yet three co equal persons, the Trinity: Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
  3. We believe that Jesus Christ was begotten by God, conceived by the Holy Spirit, and born to the Virgin Mary.
  4. We believe in the Holy Spirit, the third person of the Trinity, Who convicts the world of sin, righteousness, and judgment. He is the life of the believer, and He empowers the preaching and teaching of the gospel.
  5. We believe that mankind was created in the image of God, sinned, and thereby incurred not only physical death, but spiritual death, which is separation from God, and that all human beings are born with a sinful nature.
  6. We believe that the Lord Jesus Christ died for our sins according to the Scriptures as a representative, and that all who believe in Him are justified on the basis of His shed blood.
  7. We believe in the resurrection of the crucified body of our Lord, His ascension into heaven, and His present life there as High Priest and Advocate for us.
  8. We believe in the blessed hope, which is the personal, visible, and imminent return of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
  9. We believe that all who receive by faith the Lord Jesus Christ are born again by the Holy Spirit, and thereby become children of God and heirs of eternal life.
  10. We believe in the bodily resurrection of the just and the unjust, the everlasting conscious suffering of the lost in hell, and the fellowship of the saved in heaven.
  11. We believe in the existence of a personal devil, who is still working in the world to destroy the souls of men, and that he and all his angels and all who do not receive Christ as their Savior will eternally perish in the lake of fire.
  12. We believe in the Church, whose mission it is to preach the Scriptures to the entire world, all of its endeavors being guided by multiple leadership and supported by the wise stewardship of God’s people.
  13. We believe that the ordinances of the Church, given by our Lord, are Baptism and the Lord’s Table (Communion).
  14. We believe that the foregoing are Bible doctrines; therefore, we stand firm upon this Confession of Faith.

A further explanation of the Doctrine is contained in Appendix A of this constitution.

ARTICLE SEVENTEEN

Qualifications of Church Leaders:

(1)All persons who hold any position of leadership (including but not limited to teachers, committee members, church staff and church workers) must meet and maintain the following spiritual qualifications for leadership:

  1. Has accepted Jesus Christ as personal Savior.
  2. Is a member of Faith Gravity Cures International Church (Non-members may be invited to teach on a temporary basis).
  3. Provides systematic spiritual, financial, and physical support to Faith Gravity Cures International Church.
  4. Is known for a dedicated Christian life according to the standards of God’s Word, and will purpose to put any sin, including doubtful conduct and conversation, out of his/her life so that the resulting influence is helpful rather than a hindrance.
  5. Teaches no doctrine contrary to the “Confession of Faith” as put forth in the Constitution of Faith Gravity Cures International Church, according to article 16.1of this constitution.
  6. Fulfills such specific biblical requirements as may apply to the position of responsibility.

ARTICLE EIGHTEEN

Priest(s)/Pastor(s), Elders and Staff:

God has provided various forms of leadership for His Church. At Faith Gravity Cures International Church we recognize and seek to channel this leadership focus through a variety of positions including Pastor(s), Elders and staff. Those who serve and minister in these roles shall collectively and individually oversee, provide for, and encourage the spiritual life, welfare, and total ministry of the congregation in order to insure the proper equipping of the saints.

As God’s servants and stewards, these leaders shall be persons:

Who meet the qualifications as given in Scripture (1 Tim. 3:1-15; 5:19-25; 2 Tim. 2:24-25; Titus 1:5-9; Acts 6:3-6);
Who adhere to the doctrinal basis of this church;
Whose soundness in the faith and whose ability to serve has been examined and approved by the church.

Therefore, our church leaders are to be assisted, obeyed and respected as they carry out their duties (Heb. 13:17).

Duties of a senior priest/pastor:

As an Elder of this church the senior Pastor shall:

  1. Give himself to prayer and the study of the Word of God;
  2. Preach and expound the Word of God;
  3. Administer the Ordinances in accordance with the Word of God;
  4. Share in the pastoral care of the congregation along with the other Elders and members of the pastoral staff;
  5. Perform the marriage ceremony at his discretion in accordance with the laws of God and state(Uganda);
  6. Officiate at funerals of members of the church and non members at his discretion;
  7. Together with the other Elders maintain church discipline;
  8. Participate in the installation of newly designated Elders;
  9. Act as an ex-officio member of all committees and boards;
  10. Perform other constitutional, Scriptural, and general pastoral duties.

The Senior Pastor shall be free to accept invitations to preach the Word of God to other groups or organizations, provided such engagements do not interfere with the work of the church. Before accepting invitations to speak for other groups which require his absence from the church and its activities, the Senior Pastor shall consult with the Board of Elders and obtain its permission.

Duties of Elders of FAGACIC:

  1. To be devoted to prayer and the study of God’s Word and sustain a caring ministry for the flock, which involves:
    1. Serving as partners with the Pastor(s) for the church’s spiritual growth;
    2. Praying for the sick and visiting the congregation;
  2. To teach and exhort as well as refute those who contradict the truth, which involves:
    1. Insuring that instructors, Bible study leaders and youth leaders are properly qualified;
    2. Arranging for pulpit supply during the Senior Pastor’s absence.
  3. To lead by Christ-like example, which involves:
    1. Consistently modeling spiritual character, attitudes, values, and behavior among the congregation;
    2. Providing and inviting the opportunity for frequent and on-going contact with members of the congregation;
    3. Conducting the affairs of the church in an atmosphere of openness and mutual sensitivity, focusing as much on nurturing one another as on decision making.
  4. To oversee the affairs of the church, which involves:
    1. Being responsible for the employment, terms of employment, direction, and termination of employment of pastoral staff, with the exception of the Senior Pastor;
    2. Installing the duly elected Pastor and/or Pastors;
    3. Approving all subordinate organizations of the church;
    4. Approving all applicants for church membership;
    5. Maintaining the legal status of the church;
    6. Being responsible for securing funds necessary to meet the current expenses of the church;
    7. Conducting the Annual and special business meetings of the church;
    8. Submitting the approved budget to the congregation at the Annual Business Meeting of the church;
    9. Approving nominations for the Board of Elders for the Annual Business Meeting of the church.
    10. Communicating to the congregation on a regular basis concerning the activities and concerns of the Elders.
    11. To perform other constitutional, Scriptural, and general duties of oversight.

Duties of Pastoral Staff: To perform such duties as are outlined by the Board of Elders.

ARTICLE NINETEEN      

  • Nomination and Selection of Senior Priest and Elders
  1. The senior priest: 

    (1) When the senior pastorate of this church becomes vacant, it shall be the duty of the Board of Elders after prayerful consideration to provide for the filling of the pulpit ad interim, and to nominate for Senior Pastor one who possesses the requirements set forth in these articles. In carrying out this process, the Board of Elders shall directly, or through a search committee, communicate to the congregation regularly, and at reasonable intervals. We encourage that all church members who desire to suggest the name of an individual for consideration as Senior Pastor do so in writing to the secretary of the Board of Elders.(2)When the Board of Elders intends to nominate a Senior Pastor they shall notify the membership by mail at least ten business days in advance. The notice shall include the name of the individual being considered for nomination. We encourage all church members desiring to submit questions, comments or suggestions concerning the individual being considered for nomination to do so in writing at least three business days before the meeting of the Board of Elders at which they intend to nominate an individual as Senior Pastor for the church.

    (3)The Board of Elders shall then call a church meeting which shall be announced at least two Sundays in advance from the pulpit, and which shall be announced by mail to each member at least ten business days in advance of said meeting. We encourage all comments be given to the secretary of the Board of Elders, signed and in writing, at least three business days prior to this meeting for the election. Voting shall be by secret ballot. This meeting shall, if possible, be presided over by the chairman of the Board of Elders. Only one person eligible to become Senior Pastor shall be considered or voted upon at a meeting. The election and its returns shall be conducted and announced publicly at the election meeting and shall be sent by mail to all church members promptly. A two-thirds majority of all votes cast shall be required for an election.

    (4)After the Senior Pastor has been duly elected a written call shall be tendered to him, signed by the Board of Elders. In this written call the Elders shall specify the financial support. A copy of this Constitution shall accompany the letter of call.

    • Board of Elders: 

      (1) The Board shall consist of a minimum of seven members and a maximum as determined by the Board. Each Elder shall hold office as long as he is faithful to his calling and has the confidence of his brethren and the congregation.(2)The selection process shall be as follows:

    1. The members shall be encouraged to regularly submit to the Board of Elders, the names of members whose life and gift are consistent with their being considered for nomination to the task of Elder. The Board of Elders shall review the individuals so nominated by the congregation and present a list of individuals for the vote of the membership at the Annual Business Meeting.
    2. The Elders may at any time during the year nominate a candidate or candidates to the Eldership and call a special congregational business meeting for their consideration. In no case should a man be nominated without his knowledge and prior consent. Any questions concerning the nominees shall be addressed to the Elders in writing not later than one week prior to the business meeting.
    3. The members shall vote on the final list of nominations at the business meeting by secret ballot or by absentee ballot. It is hoped that the vote of the congregation will in such matters always be unanimous, but if unanimity is not realized, not less than a three fourths majority of those members voting in person or by absentee ballot shall be required for the election of an Elder.
    4. Following recognition of an Elder by vote of the congregation, he shall be publicly installed in his office at a regular worship service by the prayer of the whole church and the laying on of hands by the existing Elders.

(3) The Board of Elders shall elect a chairman, president, treasurer and a secretary from its members and may elect additional officers from the church membership. Two or more offices may be held by the same person. The chairman of the Board of Elders shall preside over the meetings of the Board of Elders and shall insure that the Board serves the congregation in a balanced manner addressing each area of responsibility as outlined in the duties. The term of chairman shall be for one or no more than two consecutive years. Thereafter a break of one year shall occur before assuming chairmanship again.

(4)Every three years the church shall reconfirm (or express the withdrawal of) its confidence in each of its Elders at its Annual Meeting in the manner designated above. An Elder may, however, resign his office without prejudice if for good and valid reasons he finds he is no longer able to discharge the duties required.

(5)In recognition that the task of Eldership is significant and is accomplished while continuing care of family and work responsibilities, we understand that individual Elders may need to take leave of some of the responsibilities of Eldership for periods of time. Such sabbatical times will be arranged through mutual consent of the Elders.

(6)A process of mutual accountability among the Elders safeguards against the continuation in office of an Elder who has rendered himself unqualified for future participation.

ARTICLE TWENTY

Termination of Senior Priest:

(1)The Senior Pastor shall serve until removed by the Lord; by two thirds of all votes cast at a church meeting called for the exclusive purpose of removing the Senior Pastor from the church pulpit; or by resignation. In the event a church meeting is called for the exclusive purpose of removing the Senior Pastor from the pulpit, the Board of Elders shall notify all members of the church by mail at least ten business days in advance of said meeting. We encourage all members desiring to make a comment or suggestion as concerns the removal of the Senior Pastor from the pulpit of the church do so in writing to the secretary of the Board of Elders at least three business days in advance of said meeting.

(2)When the Senior Pastor resigns to accept another call, or for reasons of his own choosing, he shall give the church three months notice in writing of his intention to do so.

ARTICLE TWENTY ONE

Property and Assets of the Church:

  • The church shall have the power to receive, either by gift or purchase, and so hold such real, personal, or mixed property as is authorized by the laws of Uganda and is deemed necessary for the functioning of the church, and shall have the power to dispose of such property by mortgage, bill of sale, deed, or otherwise. All property shall be held in the name of the church.
  • In case of division of the church caused by conflict (from which we pray God by His mercy to preserve us), all property and assets of the church shall belong to those who abide by its Constitution.
  • In case of dissolution of the church organization, the property and all assets shall be sold, either through private or public sale. From the proceeds, firstly all current and long term obligations of the church shall be paid. Secondly, all remaining funds shall be directed to such one or more Christian organizations qualified according to article 12.2 of GIAPHAM constitution, for the benefit of the church’s supported missionaries and/or such other Christian endeavors as the congregation shall determine. The church shall be considered dissolved if so decided by the congregation, or when the church has not held an annual meeting for three years, or when less than six members remain.
  • Any Sale or other disposition of the facility shall be approved by majority vote of voting members of the Congregation of Faith Gravity Cures International Church.  All other real estate transactions shall be approved by majority vote of the Board of Elders.

ARTICLE TWENTY TWO

Business Meetings of the House of Worship:

  • There shall be two types of business meetings of the church: The Annual Business Meeting and special business meetings.
  • The Annual Business Meeting shall be held during the month of May or such other time during the year as the Board of Elders may determine.  The Board of Elders shall be responsible for the selection of the date on which the Annual Business Meeting will be held. Written notification to the congregation shall be mailed at least ten business days prior to the meeting, except that no mailing shall be required to those members who shall have picked up their written notices at Faith Gravity Cures International Church at least ten business days in advance of the meeting. The notice of the Annual Business Meeting shall include a typewritten agenda of business. All reports required by the Board of Elders for the annual business meeting must be legibly written and submitted to the secretary of the Board of Elders by the first Monday in January. Typewritten reports from all church boards and appropriate committees shall be available to the congregation at least ten business days prior to the Annual Meeting. These reports shall include but not be limited to a current financial statement and recommendations and comments as to past, present, and future matters relating to the congregation. Matters of church discipline shall not be included within the annual reports. We encourage all comments or amendments to the agenda or reports be given to the secretary of the Board of Elders, in writing and signed, at least five business days prior to the Annual Business Meeting.
  • Special business meetings may be called:
    • by the Board of Elders,
    • upon written request of ten percent of the church members Elders,
    • by the Senior Pastor

(2)Notice of a special business meeting shall be mailed to each church member at least ten business days in advance of the special business meeting, except that no mailing shall be required to those members who shall have picked up their written notices at Parkside at least ten business days in advance of the meeting. This notice shall include the agenda of the business to be conducted or considered at said business meeting. In the event that a condition or situation arises which is deemed an emergency by the Board of Elders, the advance notice regulation may be waived.

  • Except as otherwise provided herein, all church business meetings shall be publicly announced in all appropriate church services.

ARTICLE TWENTY THREE

Suffrage:

  • Only members of this church who are at least eighteen years of age of Faith Gravity Cures International Church facility shall have the right to vote in person or by absentee ballot at any business meeting of the church.

ARTICLE TWENTY FOUR

Quorums of FAGACIC:

  • The presence in person or by absentee ballot of thirty percent of Faith Gravity Cures International Church membership eligible to vote shall constitute a quorum at any church business meeting except for constitutional amendments which shall require a quorum of forty percent. The secretary of the Board of Elders shall be responsible for determining the number which accurately represents the total voting membership of the church. For purposes of determining a quorum, those members who are present and those who are absent but have submitted absentee ballots shall be counted.
  • Fifty percent of the Board members must be present to constitute a quorum at any Board meeting.
  • A quorum shall be necessary for any vote.

ARTICLE TWENTY FIVE

Amendments FAGACIC:

  • The Constitution or Articles of Incorporation of this church may be amended at any business meeting by a two-thirds majority of the members voting, provided that both the text of such an amendment and the basis for its consideration have been mailed to all members at least thirty days in advance of any meeting at which such a proposal will be considered or voted upon, except that no mailing shall be required to those members who have picked up their written notices at Parkside at least thirty days in advance of the meeting.

ARTICLE TWENTY SIX

Raising Funds for Faith Gravity Cures International Church:

  • It shall not be the policy of this church to promote suppers, parties, or engage in the sale of products and/or services for the purpose of raising funds. Any exception to this general policy must have the prior approval of the Board of Elders.

ARTICLE TWENTY SEVEN

Church Unity:

  • When Faith Gravity Cures International Church members disagree or their interpretations differ, we pray that the love of Christ guards our attitudes toward one another so that we exhibit a genuine concern for the building up of all God’s people in an atmosphere of love.

ARTICLE TWENTY EIGHT

Indemnification of the Church:

  • Faith Gravity Cures International Church will indemnify and hold harmless any and all officers, directors, Elders, Ministers, Pastors, and business administrators for any expenses actually and necessarily incurred in connection with any action, suit or proceeding against said officers, directors, Elders, Ministers, Pastors, and business administrators. This indemnification shall include costs for attorney fees. The indemnification shall occur as the expenses are incurred and in advance of the final disposition of the action, suit or proceeding, on receipt of the officers, directors, Elders, Ministers, Pastors, or business administrators’ promise:
  • To repay the amount advanced it if proved by clear and convincing evidence in court that the officers’, directors’, Elders’, Ministers’, Pastors’, and business administrators’ conduct involved a deliberate intent to injure the corporation’s best interests,
  • To reasonably cooperate with the corporation in connection with the action, suit or proceeding.
  • This indemnification shall be available to any officer, director, Elder, Minister, Pastor, and/or business administrator which is made or thereafter to be made a part to any action, suit or proceeding because of the person’s relationship with the corporation. Persons who are officers, directors, Elders, Ministers, Pastors, and/or business administrators at the time of being made a party, or threatened with being made a party to any action, suit or proceeding, or were officers, directors, Elders, Ministers, Pastors, and/or business administrators shall be allowed indemnification. Indemnification will also be available in criminal actions only if it is found that the officer, director, Elder, Minister, Pastor, or business administrator had no reasonable cause to believe that the subject acts were unlawful.

ARTICLE TWENTY NINE

Effectual Power of the Constitution:

  • This Constitution shall take effect immediately upon its ratification by two-thirds vote. This Constitution shall not be suspended or abrogated.

ARTICLE THIRTY

Confidentiality of Church Records:

  • No member shall have the right to inspect the church records as to
    • the disciplining of any member,
    • the hiring or firing of any employee,
    • the need or problems of any member or employee,
    • the financial contributions of any member, or
    • any other records which the Board of Elders may determine to be in the best interests of the church to keep confidential; except that as to item (iv) of this Article 30, the congregation in any business meeting shall have the right, by a majority of those members voting, to inspect any of such other records.

ARTICLE THIRTY ONE

  • Clerical collar:
  • A clerical collar is defined by Faith Gravity Cures International Church as Christian clerical clothing. This is a detachable collar that will be buttoned onto a clergy’s shirt, being fastened by two metal studs, one attached at the front and one at the back to hold the collar to the shirt. The collar will close at the back of the neck, presenting a seamless front.
  • Clerical collar must be White either made of cotton or linen/plastic. The color shall be won by holly creature (Human) of GOD a rank Reverend to Archbishop of Faith Gravity Cures International Church (FAGACIC). The clerical color shall be retained by the man of GOD even if is retired provided did not do any capital offence in light of GOD.
  • Holly Ritual Wear

(1)The pastors/priests shall wear a clerical collar and

  • Archbishop a pink shirt with Jesus Christ cross and two stars pip Put On The Neck Supported By Necklace/Ring everyday
  • Bishop a pink shirt with a pip of Jesus Christ cross and one star pip Put On The Neck Supported By Necklace/Ring everyday
  • Canon a Black shirt with a pip of Jesus Christ cross pip Put On The Neck Supported By Necklace/Ring everyday
  • Reverend Cadet a blue shirt with a pip of Jesus Christ cross pip Put On The Neck Supported By Necklace/Ring everyday
  • In no circumstances will the Reverend remove a clerical color by the non senior priest. However, who will do this the spirit of Jesus, spirit of God and spirit of marry will give him/her the punishment for such an act Amen.
  • All church priests will never be retired but remain under reserved forces of God.

Official Stamp and Seal

The church shall use the official stamp and seal of GIAPHAM organization.

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