The Trustees have the immediate responsibility for management of the property, including care, maintenance, compliance with applicable building, fire, access and safety codes, and use restrictions. They are responsible to the Presbytery for their activities. Therefore in buying, selling, and mortgaging real property, the Trustees shall act only after approval of the Presbytery has been granted in a duly constituted meeting ( Book of Order, G 4.02).


in fulfilling its duties and responsibilities, the Trustees of Trinity Presbytery, Inc., shall:

a. receive, hold, encumber, manage, and transfer property, real or personal, for the Presbytery.

b. accept and to execute deeds of title to such property.

c. manage any permanent special funds for the advancement of the purposes of the Presbytery, subject to the authority of the Coordinating Team and under the supervision of the Constitution of the Presbyterian Church (USA).


Any member in good standing in a Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) congregation within the bounds of Trinity Presbytery, together with all Teaching Elders who are members of the Presbytery, shall be eligible for election to the Trustees.

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