. FBCC Policies & Procedures



First Baptist Church Chataignier
Herein known as: "F.B.C.C."

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MISSIONS COORDINATOR
The missions coordinator will lead the effort to maintain a comprehensive missions program in the church and is responsible for exploring missions opportunities, keeping the church informed regarding potential and ongoing missions involvement and serving as a liaison between the church and missionaries.

Ministry Area or Department: Missions
Position: Missions coordinator
Accountable To: Pastor
Ministry Target: Local, national, world missionaries and non Christians
Position Is: Volunteer
Position May Be Filled By: Church member
Minimum Maturity Level: Stable maturing Christian
Spiritual Gifts: Administration, Pastor / Shepherd, Evangelism, Giving, Mercy showing
Talents or Abilities Desired: Good communication skills, Able to research, locate, validate, and follow up on missions projects opportunities and needs
Best Personality Traits: Committed, Compassionate, Analyst, Dependable, Expresser
Passion For: Supporting and encouraging missionaries and evangelizing the lost throughout the world
Length of Service Commitment: Two years minimum

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Child Protection Policy


General Purpose Statement

First Baptist Church Chataignier, hereafter referred as: FBCC seeks to provide a safe and secure environment for the children who participate in our programs and activities. By implementing the below practices, our goal is to protect the children of FBCC from incidents of misconduct or inappropriate behavior while also protecting our staff and volunteers (workers) from false accusations.

Definitions

For purposes of this policy, the terms “child” or “children” include all persons under the age of eighteen (18) years. The term “worker” includes both paid and volunteer persons who work with children.

Selection of Workers

All persons who desire to work with the children participating in our programs and activities will be screened. This screening includes the following:

  1. Six Month Rule
    • No applicant will be considered for any position involving contact with minors until she/he has been involved with FBCC for a minimum of six (6) months. This time of interaction between our leadership and the applicant allows for better evaluation and suitability of the applicant for working with children.
  2. Written Application
    • All persons seeking to work with children must complete and sign a written application in a form to be supplied by us. The application will request basic information from the applicant and will inquire into previous experience with children, previous church affiliation, reference and employment information, as well as disclosure of any previous criminal convictions. The application form will be maintained in confidence on file at FBCC.
  3. Personal Interview
    • Upon completion of the application, a face-to-face interview may be scheduled with the applicant to discuss his/her suitability for the position.
  4. Reference Checks
    • Before an applicant is permitted to work with children, at least two of the applicants’ references will be checked. These references should be of an institutional nature as opposed to personal or family references, preferably from organizations where the applicant has worked with children in the past. Documentation of the reference checks will be maintained in confidence on file at FBCC.
  5. Criminal Background Check
    • A national criminal background check is required for all employees (regardless of position) and for the following categories of volunteers:
      • Those who will be involved in our school/preschool/daycare center
      • Those who will be in involved in overnight activities with children;
      • Those counseling children;
      • Those involved in one-on-one mentorship of children; and
      • Those having occasional one-on-one contact with children (such as, church/temple sponsored athletic team coaches and vehicle drivers).
    • Before a background check is run, prospective workers will be asked to sign an authorization form allowing the church/synagogue/meeting to run the check. If an individual declines to sign the authorization form, s/he will be unable to work with children. What constitutes a disqualifying offense that will keep an individual from working with children will be determined by the Deacons of the Church on a case-by-case basis in light of all the surrounding circumstances. Generally, convictions for an offense involving children and/or for offenses involving violence, dishonesty, illegal substances, indecency and any conduct contrary to our mission will preclude someone from being permitted to work with children. Failure to disclose a criminal conviction on the application form will also be a disqualifying event.
    • The background check authorization form and results will be maintained in confidence on file at FBCC.
  6. Two Adult Rule
    • It is our goal that a minimum of two unrelated adult workers will be in attendance at all times when children are being supervised during our programs and activities. Some youth classes may have only one adult teacher in attendance during the class session; in these instances, doors to the classroom should remain open and there should be no fewer than three students with the adult teacher. We do not allow minors to be alone with one adult on our premises or in any sponsored activity unless in a counseling situation.
  7. Responding to Allegations of Child Abuse
    • For purposes of this policy, “child abuse” is any action (or lack of action) that endangers or harms a child’s physical, psychological or emotional health and development. Child abuse occurs in different ways and includes the following:
      • Physical abuse – any physical injury to a child that is not accidental, such as beating, shaking, burns, and biting.
      • Emotional abuse – emotional injury when the child is not nurtured or provided with love and security, such as an environment of constant criticism, belittling and persistent teasing.
      • Sexual abuse – any sexual activity between a child and an adult or between a child and another child at least four years older than the victim, including activities such as fondling, exhibitionism, intercourse, incest, and pornography.
      • Neglect – depriving a child of his or her essential needs, such as adequate food, water, shelter, and medical care.
    • Childcare workers may have the opportunity to become aware of abuse or neglect of the children under our care. In the event that an individual involved in the care of children at this church becomes aware of suspected abuse or neglect of a child under his/her care, this should be reported immediately to the Pastor and/or Deacons for further action including reporting to authorities as may be mandated by state law.
    • In the event that an incident of abuse or neglect is alleged to have occurred at First Baptist Church Chataignier or during our sponsored programs or activities, the following procedure shall be followed:
      1. The parent or guardian of the child will be notified.
      2. The worker alleged to be the perpetrator of the abuse or misconduct will immediately be placed on leave from working with children pending an investigation and instructed to remain away from the premises during the investigation.
      3. Civil authorities will be notified, and FBCC will comply with the state’s requirements regarding mandatory reporting of abuse as the law then exists. The FBCC will fully cooperate with the investigation of the incident by civil authorities.
      4. Our insurance company will be notified, and we will complete an incident report. Any documents received relating to the incident and/or allegations will immediately be forwarded to the insurance company.
      5. The Pastor and/or Chairman of Deacons will be our spokesperson to the media concerning incidents of abuse or neglect, unless he or she is alleged to be involved. We will seek the advice of legal counsel before responding to media inquiries or releasing information to the congregation. All other representatives of the church should refrain from speaking to the media.
        • A pastoral visit will be arranged for those who desire it.
      6. Any person who is not found innocent of the alleged abuse or misconduct will be removed from their position working with children or youth.

You May Also Want to Consider the Following Provisions Regarding Child Protection


  1. The Team will appoint qualified persons as drivers.
    • These drivers will be placed on an approved drivers list as required by the Insurance Company.
    • No one other than an appointed qualified driver on the current list furnished to the Insurance Company is to be allowed to drive a "F.B.C.C." van.
    • As the approved drivers list changes it will be forwarded to the Insurance Company.
    • The new people on the list will not be allowed to drive the van until the "F.B.C.C." is notified by the Insurance Company that they have received the list.
  2. The Team will be responsible for all rules and regulations regarding the vehicles such as conduct on the van, speed limits, "F.B.C.C." groups using the vehicles for non-"F.B.C.C." related activities.
  3. The chairman of the Team will suggest a responsible person for the general upkeep and maintenance of the vehicle.
  4. The Team will report to the "F.B.C.C." of any major maintenance problems or repairs that need to be taken care of.


  1. The use of vehicles for transportation to and from worship services at (FBCC) shall have top priority over any alternate use.
  2. The use of vehicles for group transportation to functions other than worship services at FBCC is permitted provided the activity is sponsored by the "F.B.C.C." or is a ministry of the "F.B.C.C.".
  3. The use of alcoholic beverages, controlled substances (Drugs) and tobacco are not permitted on in the vehicles at any time.
  4. Adequate supervision is required on trips. It is the responsibility of the Trip Sponsor to secure adequate supervision.
  5. The person in charge shall be the driver unless otherwise directed or agreed upon.
    • The person in charge shall be responsible for operation, maintenance and safety.
    • In the event of an accident or emergency situation, the driver shall be the "F.B.C.C." spokesman in any discussion with authorities.
  6. Any group using the van is responsible for having it cleaned. Clean the entire vehicle.


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  1. Funeral Policy - Policies and Procedures of: First Baptist church Chataignier [herein known as"F.B.C.C."]
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  3. Funerals are to be scheduled with the Senior Pastor.
  4. "F.B.C.C." members and their immediate family members (father, mother, child, spouse) may use the "F.B.C.C." facilities at no cost.
    • Only "F.B.C.C." members and their immediate family member (father, mother, child, spouse) will be allowed to have a "WAKE" at the "F.B.C.C." at no cost.
  5. NON "F.B.C.C." members shall obtain approval of "F.B.C.C." Senior Pastor and /or Leadership Team for use of "F.B.C.C." facilities for funerals and/or wakes.
    • Appropriate fees will be assessed depending on "F.B.C.C." facalities and personnel used.
      • All fees payable 48 hours prior to Funeral and/or Wake
      • NON "F.B.C.C." members shall pay a minimum of $300.00 to maximum of $1000.00 deposit 48 hours prior to funeral or wake, depending on "F.B.C.C." facalities and personnel to be used.
        • Refunds will be mailed by check to person paying deposit
        • Refund check will be mailed to the address supplied by the person paying deposit
        • Fees greater than the deposit requested to be paid prior to depositor's departure of funeral or wake
        • Fees not paid prior to depositor's departure will be billed to depositor's address in record.
      • The family of the deceased NON "F.B.C.C." member shall pay a cleaning fee of $100, payable in advance of wake.
      • The family of the deceased NON "F.B.C.C." member will provide for coffee, cups, sugar and cream.
        • All food and beverages are to be served only in the kitchen/fellowship area.
        • The family of the deceased NON "F.B.C.C." member is responsible for keeping this area clean.
      • A "F.B.C.C." Funeral Supervisory Director must be on "F.B.C.C." Grounds for Funerals and/or Wakes of NON "F.B.C.C." Member(s)
        • The "F.B.C.C." Funeral Supervisory Director will be available and facilities open 1 hour prior to scheduled time to begin event.
        • The "F.B.C.C." Funeral Supervisory Director is to coordinate funerals and wakes on "F.B.C.C." Grounds.
        • The "F.B.C.C." Funeral Supervisory Director will do his best to accommodate family and guest; but, his decisions will be final in all matters while on "F.B.C.C." Grounds.
        • There is a fee of $30.00/hour for the "F.B.C.C." Funeral Supervisory Director
          • Hourly fees begin one (1) hour preceding the scheduled time to begin event and each additional one minute past the hour.
            • (one minute past an additional hour, constitutes 1 full hour)
            • example: Begin at 6:00 p.m. close church at 8:15 p.m. equals four (4) hours or One Hundred-Twenty dollars ($120.00)
    • Kitchen and Fellowship hall area shall be closed for cleaning, one (1) hour before closing time of a funeral and/or wake of a NON "F.B.C.C." member.
    • Absolutely No FOOD or BEVERAGES allowed in the Sanctuary area.
    • The nursery area will not be opened unless special arrangements are made by the family of the deceased 48 hours in advance of the Funeral and/or wake.
      • A "F.B.C.C." Nursery Supervisor must be used to supervise nursery
        • The "F.B.C.C." Nursery Supervisor will arrive fifteen (15) minutes prior to scheduled time to begin event. (this 15 minutes is at no cost)
        • There is a fee of $20.00/hour for a "F.B.C.C." Nursery Supervisor secured for funeral services
          • Hourly fees begin one minute past the hour of time scheduled for event to begin and each additional one minute past the hour.
            • (one minute past an additional hour, constitutes 1 full hour)
            • example: Begin at 6:00 p.m. close nursery at 8:15 p.m. equals 3 hours or $60.00
        • "F.B.C.C." REQUIRES only 5 children, ages 3 years or younger, per Nursery worker.
        • Additional Nursery Workers may be used to assist the Required "F.B.C.C." Nursery Supervisor secured.
          • The family of the deceased shall secure the additional Nursery Workers to assist the "F.B.C.C." Nursery Supervisor if needed.
          • If additional Nursery Workers are secured, they may be volunteer or paid, if paid, the family of the deceased shall set and make payment.
          • Additional Nursery Workers must meet the approval of the "F.B.C.C." Nursery Supervisor
  6. The nursery area will not be opened unless special arrangements are made by the family of the deceased 48 hours in advance of the Funeral and/or wake.
    • A "F.B.C.C." Nursery Worker must be used to supervise nursery
  7. The family of the deceased will be responsible for the music provided.
  8. The family of the deceased shall close the wake by 8:00 p.m.
    • "F.B.C.C." active members may request later closing hours, subject to approval by Senior Pastor and/or Leadership Team
    • Request for later closing hours MUST BE MADE at least 24 hours in advance of the Wake.
    • Absolutely no requests beyond 10:00 p.m. will be accepted.
  9. F.B.C.C. Custodian will be responsible for locking all doors and making sure all lights are out.
  10. No smoking, alcohol or drugs allowed on "F.B.C.C." grounds.
  11. If an outside pastor is asked by family members of the deceased to participate in the services, he must be of like faith and order, otherwise, he must be approved by "F.B.C.C." Senior Pastor and/or Leadership Team.

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  1. General "F.B.C.C." Policies - Policies and Procedures of: First Baptist church Chataignier [herein known as"F.B.C.C."]
  2. No activities, which charge admission, may be scheduled for "F.B.C.C." facilities.
  3. Due to the lack of recreation facility, recreational activities not related to the "F.B.C.C." program may not be scheduled for existing "F.B.C.C." facilities.
  4. Funerals and Weddings are to be scheduled with the pastor.
  5. No outside activity may occur simultaneously with "F.B.C.C." services.
  6. Certain equipment may be used/borrowed (by "F.B.C.C." members only) for non-"F.B.C.C." related activities with permission of the appropriate Team.
    • i.e.: Kitchen items thru Hostess Team
    • Music equipment thru Music Team
    • Tables and Chairs thru Maintenance & Grounds Team
      • The "F.B.C.C." member is responsible for contacting the chairman of the appropriate Team, for checking out the desired item, and returning the item to the "F.B.C.C.".
      • The Team Chairman is responsible for monitoring use and timely return of borrowed items.
  7. All other "F.B.C.C." equipment
    • - i.e. copy machine, typewriters, TV, VCR’s, Computers, nursery items, may not be used for non-"F.B.C.C." related activities, and may not leave the "F.B.C.C." building.
  8. The use of alcoholic beverages, controlled substances (Drugs) and tobacco are not permitted on F.B.C.C. property.
  9. Weddings and baby showers sponsored by ladies of the "F.B.C.C." for members of the "F.B.C.C." or someone who is marrying a member may be held at the "F.B.C.C.".
  10. Supervision of Youth, Students, Children, or anyone 18 years of age and under
    • Young People will not be left unattended on "F.B.C.C." premises.
    • When there are meetings, choir practice, etc., where youth, students, children or anyone under the age of 18 years, come with parents, but are not taking part, must be in an (approved) activity or under adult supervision.
    • This will eliminate commotion outside the "F.B.C.C." building as well as inside.
    • If they do not participate in any activity, they are to remain with the parents or designated adult supervisor.
      • F.B.C.C. should make every effort to provide adult supervision for children of parents partiscipating in an approved F.B.C.C. event.
      • In the event that adult supervision cannot be provided, an adult shall be appointed by partiscipating parents to watch their children.
    • Youth, students. children, or anyone under the age of 18 years that do not follow adult supervisior's directions, will be reported to parent or guardian and placed under the parent's or guardian's supervision.
  11. Food or Drink not permitted in the sanctuary at any time.
    • No food or drink will be allowed in the sanctuary.
    • Any activity that requires food must be served and eaten in the kitchen and fellowship hall area.
    • Exception will be serving the "Lord's Supper" or water for speakers
    • If the kitchen is used, it must be left clean and in an orderly condition.
      • See “Policies Regarding Kitchen Use #20”.
  12. Dress Code: For junior high age and above:
    • no shorts or mini-skirts will be worn in the "F.B.C.C." sanctuary / auditorium at any time.
    • men and boys must remove hats or caps in sanctuary / auditorium.
      • hat and coat racks provided in foyer of "F.B.C.C.".
  13. Non-"F.B.C.C." related items are not to be sold at "F.B.C.C." (i.e. – school organization sales, girl scout cookies, etc.) See “Policies Regarding Fund Raising”.
  14. Paid Employee Classifications:
    • For the purpose of clarity in determining Salaries, Benefits, Bonuses, and etc. of paid employees
    • Sixty Percent Rule: Total Salaries and Benefits of all paid employees combined, may not exceed sixty percent (60%) of the Undesignated Receipts of FBC Chataignier (herein known as FBCC) without a seventy-five percent (75%) vote of the active "F.B.C.C." members persent, in a called business meeting.
    • In the event that total of all salaries and benefits combined, for current year exceed sixty percent (60%) of Undesignated Receipts for current year, all salaries must be adjusted for next year to be within the sixty percent (60%) of Undesignated Receipts rule.
    • The salaries of paid employees may exceed the ranges listed below upon a seventy-five percent (75%) vote of the active "F.B.C.C." members persent, in a called business meeting.
    • The salary ranges listed below should be the minimum. Anything below the ranges, should be handled on a love offering basis as a non employee.
      • Classification # I
        • Senior Pastor
        • Annual Salary Range (including housing allowance) Minmum to Maximum ranges:
          • Bivocational Pastor:
            • fifty-two hundred dollars ($5200.00) - thirty thousand dollars ($30,000.00) [per year]
            • ($100.00) - ($576.92) [per week]
          • Vocational Pastor:
            • fifty-two hundred dollars $5200.00 - fifty thousand dollars ($50,000.00) [per year]
            • ($100.00) - ($961.54) [per week]
        • Annual Bonus Range:
          • Bivocational and/or Vocational Pastor:
            • Shall be two percent (2%) of the annual salary,including housing allowance, unless the sixty percent (60%) rule has been exceeded in current year.
            • If sixty percent (60%) rule has been exceeded, then a one hundred dollar ($100.00) love-gift will be given.
      • Classification # II
        • Worship (music) Pastor
        • Youth Pastor
        • Annual Salary Range, (including housing allowance if applicable) Minmum to Maximum ranges:
          • Bivocational Pastor:
            • twenty-six hundred dollars ($2600.00) - twenty-five thousand dollars ($25,000.00) [per year]
            • ($50.00) - ($480.77) [per week]
          • Vocational Pastor:
            • twenty-six hundred dollars $2600.00 - forty thousand dollars ($40,000.00) [per year]
            • ($50.00) - ($769.23) [per week]
        • Annual Bonus Range:
          • Bivocational and/or Vocational Pastor:
          • Shall be two percent (2%) of the annual salary, including housing allowance (if applicable),
            unless the sixty percent (60%) rule has been exceeded in current year.
          • If sixty percent (60%) rule has been exceeded, then a fifty dollar ($50.00) love-gift will be given.
      • Classification # III
        • (Salaried) Employees:
          • Pianist
          • Organist
          • Custodian
          • Nursery Workers
          • Annual Salary Range: Minmum to Maximum ranges:
          • six hundred dollars ($600.00) - fifty-two hundred dollars ($5,200.00) [per year]
          • ($50.00) - ($100.00) [per week]
      • Annual Bonus Range:
        • Volunteer Instrumentalists shall receive an annual bonus the same as Classification III employees
        • Shall be one hundred dollars, unless the sixty percent (60%) rule has been exceeded in current year.
        • If sixty percent (60%) rule has been exceeded, then a fifty dollar ($50.00) love-gift will be given.
    • Classification # IV
      • self-employed workers:
        • Shall be paid as per contract or negotiated amounts
        • No bonuses unless approved by a majority vote of the acitve members present at a "F.B.C.C." business meeting.
      • Contract workers
        • Shall be paid as per contract or negotiated amounts
        • No bonuses unless approved by a majority vote of the acitve members present at a "F.B.C.C." business meeting of FBCC.
      • part time workers:
        • Definition of Minimum State Wages:
          • Louisiana has no Minimum State Wage Law other than Federal Minimum Wage Laws apply
          • The Fair Labor Standards Act sets the federal minimum wage currently at $7.25 per hour.
            • The Fair Minimum Wage Act of 2007, signed into law on May 25, 2007,increased the minimum wage over two years, currently $7.25 per hour.
        • Definition of "part time workers:
          • any paid Classification # IV worker, excluding self-employed and contract workers, that works less than 20 hours a week
          • Pay Scale: Minmum to Maximum ranges:
            • All Part-time workers may be paid hourly, weekly or monthly
            • If Monthly, pay range shall be: paid as per contract or negotiated amounts approved by majority of active members at a regular or special "F.B.C.C." business meetng of the "F.B.C.C."
            • If Hourly, pay range shall be: State Minimum Wage Rate up to twenty ($20) dollars per hour
              • Hourly Time shall be rounded up to fifteen minute increments.
                • example: one (1) hour and five (5) minutes would be paid as one (1) hour and fifteen (15) minutes
                • At an hourly rate of Ten dollars ($10) per hour would be Twelve dollars and fifty cents ($12.50)
                • example: two (2) hours and thirty-five (35) minutes would be paid as two (2) hours and forty-five (45) minutes
                • At an hourly rate of Ten dollars ($10) per hour would be Seventeen dollars and fifty cents
                • ($17.50)
          • Annual Bonus Range: zero dollars ($0.00) - zero dollars ($0.00) recommended.
            • Leadership Team may recommend a special bonus, with the approval of the "F.B.C.C.".
            • No Bonuses for non-ministrial employees

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  • Leadership Team (Church Council) - Policies and Procedures of: First Baptist Church Chataignier [herein known as"F.B.C.C."]
  • The responsibility of the Leadership Team ("F.B.C.C." Council) is to assist in coordinating the work of all "F.B.C.C." programs and services.
  • The Leadership Team is made up of the following members:
  • "F.B.C.C." Officers:
    • Ministerial Staff:
      • Gary Mitchell - Senior Pastor
      • Bob Courville - Worship Pastor (Music)
      • Brian Courville - Associate Worship Pastor (Music)
      • Vacant - Youth Pastor
    • Deacons:
      • Pat Simon - Chairman
      • Mike Conner
      • Wesley Lavergne
      • Bob Courville
      • Sonny Mitchell (inactive)
      • Arthur Courville (inactive)
    • Trustees:
      • Pat Simon
      • Mika Fontenot
      • Barbara Fontenot
    • "F.B.C.C." Clerk -
      • Elizabeth "Liz" Cart
    • "F.B.C.C." Treasurer -
      • Ju Fontenot
  • Sunday School Director:
    • Charmane Richard
  • At Large Members:
    • Rose Gaspard
    • Mike Fontenot
    • Toby Delahousse
  • At Large Members shall consist of three active members to be elected annually by the "F.B.C.C." after recommendation by the Nominating Team, to serve until their successors are elected.
  • At Large Leadership Team Members shall serve one year and shall be eligible to serve additional terms if elected by the "F.B.C.C." in succeeding years.
  • Duties:
    1. A meeting of the Leadership Team may be called at any time by the Pastor or by any five (5) members of the Leadership Team.
    2. Three members of the Leadership Team present at a Leadership Team meeting shall constitute a quorum.
    3. The Leadership Team will evaluate program achievements in terms of the "F.B.C.C."’s objectives and recommend changes to enable the "F.B.C.C." to reach its stated objectives and to maintain efficiency.
    4. The Leadership Team will assist in scheduling all "F.B.C.C." activities.
    5. The Leadership Team is to be aware of "F.B.C.C." and community needs and to recommend a plan of organization work to meet those needs.
    6. The Leadership Team shall have the authority to conduct the business of the "F.B.C.C." in all matters.
      • The authority given to the Leadership Team in conducting business matters of the "F.B.C.C." is intended for the purpose of addressing matters requiring immediate attention.
      • The Leadership Team shall have the authority to address and take action on any and all matters that need attention by the church if time does not permit waiting for a regular scheduled or Special Called business meeting, according to the scheduling process in Article VII, Section 2 and Section 3 of the "F.B.C.C." Constitution and By-Laws.
      • All matters of business authorized by the Leadership Team may be reversed by a majority vote of the active members present at a regular or special called Business meeting.
      • All matters agreed upon by the Leadership Team which called for action, not already approved by the church, shall be reported to the "F.B.C.C." at the next regularly scheduled business meeting.
    7. The Leadership Team is to make a report as needed at every business meeting.
    8. As necessary, the Leadership Team shall have the power to appoint and dissolve research and discovery Teams to gather detailed information to assist the Leadership Team in coordinating "F.B.C.C." programs and services.
    9. In the case of a personnel grievance, the Leadership Team will act as a Personnel Team in accord with the Discipline and Grievance Procedure for Paid Staff, Teachers, Workers and/or Members.
    10. The Leadership Team will document the minutes of all of their meetings.
  • As per FBC Chataignier By-Laws: ARTICLE III, SECTION 2: NON-MINISTERIAL staff members shall be employed as the "F.B.C.C." Determines the need for their services.
    The Leadership Team shall have the authority to employ and to terminate services of non-ministerial staff members only.
    Employment, termination and discipline of ministerial staff must come before the FBCC at a regular scheduled or special called business meeting. Such employment and termination of services shall occur after consultation with the supervising staff member and, as appropriate, with the consultation of related Teams of the "F.B.C.C.".

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