Executive Board of GCBA

The Executive Board is a representation of the Association.  The purpose is to do the business of the Association between the Annual Meetings that are held in late September of each year.  The Board is made up of two voted on members of each church.  It is the church's responsibility to select and send these individuals to each meeting.  The Board and its meetings are a vital part of GCBA.  This is one of the ways that we "Come to the Table".

Getting the correct contact information for each Board Member is a daunting task.  To make this more systematic and easier to track, each church or board member can provide their information by filling out the form Board Member Information.

Next Board Meeting

The next Executive Board Meeting will be scheduled for May 21st, 2019 at Richland Baptist Church @ 6:45pm

Constitutional Description

of the Executive Board for GCBA



Section 1. The Executive Board shall consist of the officers of the association, and two members from each church elected by their churches. Delegates may be identified on the church annual reports that are submitted to GCBA or may be identified directly to the Associational clerk in between annual reports


Section 2. The Executive Board shall conduct all business of the association between annual meetings in accordance with the provisions of this Constitution and By-Laws with all its actions subject to review and change at the annual meeting.


Section 3. The Executive Board shall hold two meetings each year other than the annual meeting of the association and other meetings as called. The Moderator in conjunction with the Leadership council shall be empowered to call special meetings of the Executive Board by notifying members at least three days before such a meeting.


Section 4.  Twelve duly elected Executive Board members shall constitute a quorum.


Section 5. The Associational Missionary is an ex-officio member of the Executive Board.

Colossians 3:12 - “Put on then, as God's chosen ones, holy and beloved, compassionate hearts, kindness, humility, meekness, and patience,”