Church Order definition

Church Order means the Church Order of the Denomination, comprised of the original Church Order of Dort 1618-19, as revised by The Christian Reformed Synod of 1914 and 1965 and as may be further amended by synod from time to time;
Church Order means the Church Order, The Church Order Supplements, and the Rules for Synodical Procedure of the CRCNA, as amended from time to time;

Examples of Church Order in a sentence

  • Each classis considers these guidelines as it approves a minimum standard for compensation for ministers serving the congregations within the classis as described in the RCA Book of Church Order (BCO).

  • Principles of Order and GovernmentHistoric Principles of Church Order ..................................

  • We maintain the three-fold order of the Christian Ministry, as set forth in the "Form and Manner of Making, Ordaining, and Consecrating of Bishops, Priests and Deacons", to be Scriptural and Apostolical, and we declare our firm and unanimous resolution, in dependence on Divine aid, to preserve those doctrines and that form of Church Order, and to transmit them unimpaired to our posterity.

  • To that end, as provided by the RCA Book of Church Order, a minimum of one week including one Sunday shall be allowed plus an amount approximately equal to 1/52nd of only the annual salary shall be allowed towards actual expenses of the professional program such as travel, food, lodging and registration expenses.

  • Per the Book of Church Order, the study program will be mutually agreed upon by the pastor and the consistory for the pastor’s professional development.

  • The Canadian Reformed Churches give evidence of continuing faithfulness to the Word of God, maintaining the Reformed Confessions and Church Order.

  • The aims and objectives of the research have been detailed and the structure of the remaining chapters outlined.

  • Polk County Conservation reserves the right to waive any and all informalities in proposals if such waiver does not substantially change the offer or provide a competitive advantage to any Proposer.

  • Should we come to believe that a teaching in the confessional documents is not the teaching of God’s Word, we will communicate our views to the church, according to the procedures prescribed by the Church Order and its supplements.

  • The Reformed Church in America: Upon an affirmative vote by the General Synod of the Reformed Church in America (RCA), the declaration of full communion will be effected throughout the church, and the Commission on Christian Unity will, in accordance with the responsibilities granted by the Book of Church Order, proceed to initiate and supervise the effecting of the intention of full communion as described in the Formula of Agreement.

Related to Church Order

  • Cease and desist order means a court-issued order to halt land disturbing construction activity that is being conducted without the required permit.

  • Tariff Order in respect of a licensee means the most recent order issued by the Commission for that licensee indicating the rates to be charged by the licensee from various categories of consumers for supply of electrical energy and services;

  • Stop Order means an instruction to create a Short Position when Our Price reaches a specified price.

  • Levy Order means an Order made by the Commission under paragraph 16 of the Schedule to the Act.

  • Approval Order means (i) an order in the form attached hereto as Exhibit 2; or (ii) in the event of a timely objection to the motion to approve the Agreement that if sustained would reduce the full Settlement Amount available to pay Asbestos-Released Claims, an order in such form agreed to in writing by the Parties, entered by the Bankruptcy Court that (a) approves this Agreement, (b) authorizes the Parties to undertake the settlement and the sale of the Subject Policies as set forth in this Agreement, and (c) provides for the Injunction.

  • Sale Order means an Order of the Bankruptcy Court approving the Transactions, in form and substance (with respect to the provisions of such Sale Order applicable to the Acquired Assets only) reasonably acceptable to each of the Parties.

  • Job-order-contracting means a project delivery method in which:

  • Bid Procedures Order means an Order of the Bankruptcy Court that (a) is in substantially the form set forth as Exhibit A to this Agreement or otherwise in a form reasonably satisfactory to the Sellers and acceptable to the Buyer in its sole discretion, and (b) approves procedures for the solicitation and consideration of competitive bids for the Assets under the terms and conditions of this Agreement and authorizing the protections set forth in Article 11 for the Buyer.

  • Transfer Order means a transfer order issued pursuant to subsection 40(1) of the CCA transferring this Agreement from the LHIN to Ontario Health;

  • Chicago Convention means the Convention on International Civil Aviation, signed at Chicago on 7 December 1944, as amended, and its Annexes;

  • FCC Order means Federal Communications Commission Order 94-102 (61 Federal Register 40348)

  • Bidding Procedures Order means that certain order of the Bankruptcy Court, entitled “Order (A) Approving Sale Procedures and Bid Protections, Including Break-Up Fee(s), In Connection With Sale Of Substantially All Assets; (B) Scheduling An Auction For And Hearing To Approve One Or More Sales; (C) Approving Notice Of Respective Date, Time And Place For Auction And For Hearing On Approval Of Sale(s),” entered on January 16, 2009.

  • Energy Order means the Energy (Northern Ireland) Order 2003;

  • Mail order pharmacy means a pharmacy licensed by this

  • Development order means any order granting, denying, or granting with conditions an application for a development permit.

  • Warsaw Convention means the Convention for the Unification of Certain Rules Relating to International Carriage by Air, signed at Warsaw, October 12, 1929, as amended, but not including the Montreal Convention as defined above.

  • Interim Order means the interim order of the Court made in connection with the process for obtaining shareholder approval of the Arrangement and related matters, as such order may be amended, supplemented or varied by the Court;

  • Consent Order means a support order that reflects the agreement of the noncustodial parent, the custodial parent and the division of child support. A consent order requires the approval of an administrative law judge.

  • IITK Purchase Order means the IITK’s official Purchase Order document;

  • Court Order means any judgment, decision, consent decree, injunction, ruling or order of any federal, state or local court or governmental agency, department or authority that is binding on any person or its property under applicable law.

  • Sanction Order means the Court Order to be sought by the Participating CCAA Parties from the Court as contemplated under the Plan which, inter alia, approves and sanctions the Plan and the transactions contemplated thereunder, pursuant to section 6(1) of the CCAA, substantially in the form of Schedule “E” or otherwise in form and content acceptable to the Participating CCAA Parties, the Monitor and the Parent, in each case, acting reasonably;

  • Interim DIP Order means an interim order of the Bankruptcy Court approving the DIP Facilities Motion, which order shall be consistent in all material respects with this Agreement and the DIP Credit Agreements, and otherwise in form and substance acceptable to the Debtors and the Requisite Consenting Creditors.

  • Limit Order means an order to buy or sell a financial instrument at its specified price limit or better and for a specified size;

  • Preliminary Approval Order means the proposed Order Granting Preliminary Approval of Class Action Settlement, Approving Form and Manner of Notice, and Setting Date for Hearing on Final Approval of Settlement, which, subject to the approval of the Court, shall be substantially in the form attached hereto as Exhibit A.

  • Disclosure Statement Approval Order means the Final Order approving, among other things, the adequacy of the Disclosure Statement pursuant to section 1125 of the Bankruptcy Code.

  • Claims Procedure Order means the Order under the CCAA establishing a claims procedure in respect of the Applicant, as same may be further amended, restated or varied from time to time.