The Administration officers of the Wisconsin Conference are responsible for the day-to-day operations of the organization. The President serves as the visible head, and promotes the mission and vision of the organization, while the Secretary/Treasurer functions as the vice president, maintains statistical records, and is in charge of financial affairs for the organization.
These conference administrators answer to the Conference Executive Committee, which in turn answers to the delegates who represent area churches during the quadrennial constituency meetings. They serve as a team and are available by appointment to help individuals, churches, schools make decisions on pastoral placement, membership issues and financial management for churches and schools.
This committee meets six times per year to transact the business of the Wisconsin Conference between constituency sessions. Members are elected in constituency session every four year from representative regions.
A strategic planning and visioning committee for the educational programs of the conference. The members are elected by the Executive Committee and include teacher, pastor, lay, and WA alumni. They meet six or seven times per year.
This meeting of approximately 300 people, meet once every four years to set direction for the next term, review constitution and by-laws, consider financial statements, set direction for the next term, elect officers and directors for the conference.
To help keep our church united in doctrine and practice, delegates gather every five years to listen to reports from around the world, review financial and practice policies, and act on initiatives and questions that impact our church world-wide.