primary purpose of this auxiliary shall be to provide training in all functions
of the State Association for those persons not on the senior board. If a church does not have a Young Adult Board
and a Young Adult is serving on the senior board, that usher is eligible to
become a member of the Young Adult Department in the state and at the national
levels as long as they meet the age requirements. The age requirements are 21-35 years
old. The department shall have the following
officers: President, Vice President, Recording Secretary, Financial Secretary,
Treasurer, and Chaplain. The state
President will appoint a Young Adult Coordinator. All officers shall be elected by ballot to
serve for one year (except the president) or until their successors are
elected, with their term of office beginning at the close of the Annual State
Convention at which they are elected.
The president shall be eligible to serve two consecutive terms in the
same executive office. The Young Adult
Department must abide by the By-Laws of the State. The Young Adult President shall be the
spokesperson at the State Convention.
The department will conduct their meetings in a room other than the
regular meeting room. Each session will
begin as soon as the State devotions are over.
In all areas of discussions not covered by the By-Laws, the department
should refer the matter to the Senior Department for decision.