Become a Member
Rev. Bryan Carter is
Vice President of membership recruitment of the AAPC.
Full membership with all rights and
privileges is open to all Senior Pastor and to not more than two (2) Associate
or Assistant Pastor appointed by the Senior Pastor of local African American
congregations. Associate or Assistant Pastors
may serve subject to the recommendation of their Senior Pastor and approval by
the majority of the Membership of the African-American Pastors’ Coalition
present at a duly called meeting. Full
member are granted voting privileges, the right to policy advisement, officer
and committee chair appointment or assignments on behalf of the Coalition.
Affiliate Membership is
open to Christian African American heads or representatives of institutional
ministries or religious organizations, local congregationally affiliated
Seminarians, and Associate Ministers (being either ordained or local
ministers). Affiliate Membership
entitles the member to participate in all activities of the Coalition. Affiliate members are not granted voting
privileges, policy advisement, officer and committee chair appointments.
Honorary Membership - Denominational adjudicatory heads that adhere
to traditional Christian Biblical principles and Pastors Emeritus are granted
Honorary Membership. The Honorary
membership entitles the member to participate in all activities of the
Coalition and the opportunity for policy advisement.
Dues for members
shall be established by the Board of Directors of the African-American Pastors’
Coalition. A member is in good standing
with the Coalition when the Financial Secretary has confirmed payment of dues
and attendance at not less than 6 meetings per year. Current full membership dues are $100.00
Annually, and Affiliate __$$___.
Meeting. The monthly meeting of the members shall
be held on the Monday following the first Sunday of each month. Meetings shall be called by the President or
at the request of at least three Board members by notice mailed, telephone, or
faxed to each member not less than seven (7) days before such meeting. A quorum shall consist of all members present
in good standing.