SCC Elders

SCC Elders

SCC’s Elders are responsible for the leadership of the church in accordance with our Heart, Vision and Values document in compliance with our Constitution & Bylaws. The elders are the final decision making body of the church and the only voting members. We are a spirit-led Eldership governed church as opposed to a congregationally-led church.
 
This Eldership Team consists of servant leaders who provide the fatherly/motherly covering over the Summerside Community Church. As seasoned leaders they are the governing body and the primary leadership team of the church.
 
 
Eldership Team

This team is led by Andrew & Shirley Bryce who serve as the lead "Papa and Mama", surrounded by a supportive team of seasoned relationships, who include the following:
  • Barry Copeland
  • Bobby & Denise Dunn
  • Dale & Iris Linkletter
  • Kenny & Klasina Driscoll
  • Mark & Melanie MacEwen
  • Merton Smith
  • Natasha Gillis

SCC's Exectuive
  • Andrew Bryce – President
  • Bobby Dunn – Vice-President
  • Melanie MacEwen – Secretary
  • Barry Copeland – Treasurer
  • Klasina Driscoll – Deputy Treasurer

Responsibilities of SCC's Elders:
  1. Responsible for the spiritual leadership of SCC in accordance with the Heart, Vision and Values document
  2. Assist the staff in meeting the spiritual needs of the flock (nurturing, visitation, hospitality, teaching, equipping and protection)
  3. Pray for and anoint the sick with oil (James 5:14)
  4. Mentoring of young leaders
  5. Help develop themes that focus around the five purposes as defined in the Heart, Vision and Values document
  6. Be part of, or lead a life group
  7. Hiring and discipline of senior staff
  8. Considers and appoints new members of the eldership team
  9. Ensure the compliance with the legal requirements as set out in the SCC by-laws
  10. Develop and oversee the implementation of policies and procedures
  11. Review/amend as required and approve the annual budget as prepared by the Lead Pastor
  12. Review and approve the annual financial statements
  13. Appoint an auditor on an annual basis
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