Musings on Unity

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  1. Jon Thommarson says:


    I couldn’t agree more. I have been in churches that have split for silly things. I have even heard of deacon meetings discussing the ply of the toilet paper. I am glad we are part of a church that can get together about things, discuss them, and not cause a ruckus. (I just wanted to use that word)

  2. Aaron Tant says:

    I’m with Jon. I have experienced far too much nonsense in just the 18 years that I’ve been in the church and the 10 years that I’ve been in business meetings. Heard one recently that changing the placement of the piano caused a riot. I’m so happy that The Summit has moved beyond these things! Danny, what stuff got changed, if I may ask?

    • Danny says:

      You certainly may ask. Not much major stuff was changed, Aaron. Basically a few minor by-laws tweaks that include the length of time before someone is put on inactive member status (from two years to one year), congregational vote no longer required for members of the Sr. Pastor search team, treasurer may delegate some of his responsibility to others, etc. The by-laws changes were all fairly innocuous.

  3. Phil says:

    Also noticed that several questions pertained to our continuing ability to focus on and do mission Work.

    folks are focused on spreading the Gospel, not bricks & mortar


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