Notice of a meeting for the purpose of incorporating an unincorporated Apostolic Episcopal
Church, or congregation acknowledging the apostolic eastern confession and order,
shall be given as follows:
1. The notice shall be in writing and shall state in substance that a meeting of such
unincorporated church or congregation will be held at its usual place of worship at
a specific day and hour, for the purpose of incorporating such church or congregation,
electing laymen trustees thereof and selecting a corporate name therefor.
2. The notice shall also state that the bishop who is the ecclesiastical administrator
aforesaid has given sanction and permission in writing to proceed with the incorporation
of such church.
3. The notice must be signed by at least six persons of full age, who are baptised,
have statedly worshipped with such church or congregation and have regularly contributed
to its support, according to its usages, for at least one year or since it was formed.
4. A copy of such notice shall be publicly read at a regular meeting of such unincorporated
church for public worship, on the two successive Sundays immediately preceding the
meeting, by the minister in charge of such church, or by any one of the persons qualified
to sign such notice.
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