Judicial Council

Judicial Council

As the denomination’s highest judicial body or "court," the Judicial Council's nine members, made up of laity and clergy, are elected by the General Conference and normally meet twice a year to consider whether actions of the various church bodies adhere to the constitution and follow the rules outlined in the Book of Discipline.

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Decisions

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View the items the council will consider at their upcoming meeting. Icon by James Cook, the Noun Project.

Dockets

View the items to be considered by the Judicial Council at the court's next meeting.
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View meeting dates and submission deadlines for the Judicial Council. Icon by rivercon, PK, the Noun Project.

Calendar

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View the forms required for submitting briefs, reports of decisions of law, requests for declaratory decisions and appeals to the court. Icon by Daniel Yahya, Noun Project.

Forms

View the forms required for submitting briefs, reports of decisions of law, requests for declaratory decisions and appeals to the court.
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