Christians on the Internet
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Membership is open, on an individual basis, irrespective of gender, sexual orientation, nationality, race, colour, disability or political affiliation to all residents of the British Isles who are members of any Church or Church-affiliated organisation which is a member of Churches Together in Britain and Ireland, or otherwise at the discretion of the Executive.
Membership shall be of three kinds:
- Full Membership
Individuals who maintain an email address accessible from the Internet, who subscribe to the aim of the Association, who have completed a Membership Application, and paid such membership fee as the Executive shall from time to time determine.
- Associate Membership
Individuals who do not maintain an email address accessible from the Internet, but who subscribe to the aim of the Association, who have completed a Membership Application and paid such membership fee as the Executive shall from time to time determine.
- Honorary Membership
Individuals who, in the opinion of the Executive, shall merit being invited to join the Association.
Full members only shall be entered on the Electoral Roll of the Association. Only those on the Electoral Roll are eligible to vote at General Meetings, and on such issues as are referred to the membership by the Executive. The Electoral Roll will be reviewed on an annual basis, not more than 28 days nor less than 14 days before the Annual General Meeting, and will be available for inspection by any full member.
DUTIES OF OFFICERS
This Constitution was adopted at a meeting on the 4th November 1995 at Betjeman House, Cambridge. Amended 2001.