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Trust Board

Ultimately FIEC is accountable to its affiliated churches, who vote on any major changes within the Fellowship. However, integral to our day to day functioning is our twelve man Trust Board.

The Trust Board acts on behalf of the churches in making policy, initiating projects, safeguarding the Fellowship’s integrity and in meeting, as its trustees, FIEC’s legal responsibilities. They’re also responsible for employing staff to help serve the churches and fulfil FIEC’s vision.

Trust Board members are voted into office by representatives from our churches and they serve in office for three years before re-election. The current Trust Board is as follows…

Our Current Board Members

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