The Georgia-Cumberland Association of Seventh-day Adventists, Inc. is the incorporated legal entity of the Georgia-Cumberland Conference. The
Association serves primarily in a legal and trustee capacity and is a not-for-profit organization under the laws of the State of Georgia. The management and investment of trust funds is carried out by the Association, as it legally and officially
channels unrestricted matured funds as directed by action of the Conference
Some of the Association's responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Currently, the Association Board consists of fifteen voting members, i.e., six Conference administration employees and nine members from various churches around the Conference. The Board meets six times per year at the Conference office.
A church which desires to purchase, sell or lease property, or begin a building or renovation project must first review and complete the pertinent forms and guidelines in the links to the right under "Property Forms/Guidelines." Once the forms are completed, they should be submitted to the Georgia-Cumberland Association for review by the Board of Directors at their next regularly scheduled meeting.
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