Orientation Guides
Church Board Member
This orientation guide makes new board members feel welcome, provides orientation and training on new responsibilities, and helps increase leadership competency in new church board members.
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Overview

This guide to helps you make new members feel welcome, provides orientation and training on new responsibilities, and helps increase leadership competency in new church board members.

This Resource contains all of the following:

Orienting New Board Members 
Focusing on these ten procedures will get newcomers off to a promising start.

Getting Up to Speed 
You are in a position to become a change agent while learning the ropes.

Advice From an Experienced Leader 
Build confidence as you learn the roles and responsibilities of serving on the board.

Sample Job Description 

A Code of Conduct for Board Members 
Share your opinions, listen with care, and get down into the trenches of church life.

Making Great Decisions
You will be faced with hundreds of choices. Here’s how to make the best ones.

Church Governance by the Books 
Board members need to be aware of which church records are needed and why.

Practice Strategic Planning 
Participate in creating a board vision that will help take your church forward.

Starting At the Top 
What to remember if you find yourself appointed chairman of the board.

Prayer List 


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Topics:Administration, Church Board, Committees, Communication, Leadership, Legal, Management, Vision
Filters:Church board, Committee member, Management
References:John 13:17, 1 Corinthians 3:10, Isaiah 32:8
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