Committee on Nominations Report

The Committee on Nominations report follows the BSCNC bylaws directive to, “nominate persons for election by the Convention to the committees listed in Article I.C.1 (b) – (d) of these Bylaws, such other committees as may be assigned to it, the chair of such Convention committees, the boards of trustees and directors of all institutions and agencies of the Convention, the Board, and such other nominations as may be delegated to the committee by the Convention.”  Among other considerations for nominees, the bylaws state, “It is desirable that at least twenty-five percent of members nominated to all committees of the Convention, the Board, the boards of trustees and directors of the Convention’s institutions and agencies shall come from churches with a membership under 400.” This is indicated in the Committee’s report by (O) for 400 and over and by (U) for under 400 in church membership. The bylaws further direct that, “The Committee on Nominations shall include in its report at a minimum the name, church, home town, association, occupation and sex of each nominee, the name of the committee or board on which the nominee is to serve together with such summary information as will make clear to this Convention the diversity and breadth of representation provided by the slates of nominees.”

Download the full report here.

Committee on Resolutions and Memorials

The Committee on Resolutions and Memorials report follows the bylaws directive to provide notice of those resolutions proposed by the committee for consideration by the messengers at  annual meeting of the Convention. The bylaws state,  "Those resolutions to be presented to the Convention shall appear on the Convention's website and may also be available on the Biblical Recorder's website, beginning at least fourteen (14) days in advance of the meeting of the Convention and to remain on such website(s) through the commencement of such meeting of the Convention. Exceptions to prior publication may be made in the case of emergency resolutions dealing with matters such as national disasters, public tragedies, or late developments. Also, by two-thirds (2/3) vote of the messengers present and voting at the Convention the rules may be suspended and a resolution taken up for immediate consideration." 

Resolution of Appreciation to Wake Forest University Z. Smith Reynolds Library 

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