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The meeting was called to order at 6:09 PM in the Large Fellowship Hall. Pastor Nettleton read from John 16, Jesus’ final teaching on the Holy Spirit, and offered a prayer.

Robert moved the minutes from the April 12th, 2022, meeting be approved as circulated. Stephen Maffett seconded the motion and it passed. Pastor Nettleton noted average weekly attendance in April was up as compared to March and commented that Easter was a good turn out this year. There were two official acts performed during the month of April: the reception of Marda Gibbons as an associate member pending full transfer by Pastor Nettleton, and the funeral of + Norma “Jean” Bettger by Pastor Nettleton.

Monthly expenses exceeded income by about $839 and there were not any notable out of budget expenses in April. The current fiscal year budget deficit is about $14,546. No other board reports were provided.

Tom has compiled a list of maintenance projects that will be reviewed and prioritized with the Trustees in the near future. Tom also mentioned that the lawn care for the season has started and the sprinklers are now operational.

The council reviewed the congregational meeting agenda and made minor changes to the meeting order. All members in attendance were in agreement with the planned presentation content. The council also reviewed a first draft of the restructuring plan, which will continue to evolve. There was also some discussion on the messaging prepared for the congregational meeting.

The meeting adjourned at 7:11 PM with everyone standing for the Lord’s Prayer.

The thirteen members of the Church Council are the “Board of Directors” of the congregation, tasked with general oversight of the life and activities of the congregation to the end that everything be done in accordance with the Constitution and Bylaws.