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Notice of meeting for incorporation
Religious Corporations (RCO) CHAPTER 51, ARTICLE 10
§ 191. Notice of meeting for incorporation. Notice of a meeting for
the purpose of incorporating an unincorporated church, to which this
article is applicable, shall be given as follows:

The notice shall be in writing, and shall state, in substance, that a
meeting of such unincorporated church will be held at its usual place of
worship at a specified day and hour, for the purpose of incorporating
such church and electing trustees thereof.

The notice must be signed by at least six persons of full age, who are
then members in good and regular standing of such church by admission
into full communion or membership therewith, in accordance with the
rules and regulations of such church, and of the governing
ecclesiastical body of the denomination or order, if any, to which the
church belongs, or who have statedly worshiped with such church and have
regularly contributed to the financial support thereof during the year
next prior thereto, or from the time of the formation thereof.

A copy of such notice shall be posted conspicuously on the outside of
the main entrance to such place of worship, at least fifteen days before
the day so specified for such meeting, and shall be publicly read at
each of the two next preceding regular meetings of such unincorporated
church for public worship, at least one week apart, at morning service,
if such service be held, on Sunday, if Sunday be the day for such
regular meetings, by the first named of the following persons who is
present thereat, to wit: The minister of such church, the officiating
minister thereof, the elders thereof in the order of their age beginning
with the oldest, the deacons of the church in the order of their age
beginning with the oldest, any person qualified to sign such notice.