Don't quote me, but members can go as they please. But if you hold an officer position, you must get a letter from the pastor. This is good because some folks don't handle, nor conduct church business like it should be. Plus if you're known to have issues, some sort of trouble maker and you still want to hold that spot, they can deny you. But the deny isn't like "go back where you came, but it can bel" Members here stroll around like rolling dice, they want to find the right fit. so what happened the other night was justified as far as bylaws.<quoted text>
No, not at all, I did not find you to be combative. I do understand things can and will be embelished when information is passed from person to person. I completely agree there must be order and there must be rules and regulations in hopes of stability.
I don't exactly remember the reasoning for the letter to attend a different house, hoping someone will explain why that is required and what was the reasoning behind it.
So the member was an officer, she rolled out of Derita, which leaves them without an officer, thus pushing an officer out of a spot in Gastonia. If she wasn't an officer, it would've mattered.
Bailey was just doing what needed to be done, he asked question and the pastor should have just backed off and said "I'm wrong" because he was. He would still be the pastor.
I have to say the Howell jumped out there. He wasn't playing buddy. It was sad to see the guy walk out the door though. I cried