Committees provide ongoing attention and expertise to help keep us moving along in key areas. Committee members are appointed and supervised by the councils. They support work and activities that are required year after year, and which are difficult for the councils to manage alone.
Examples of possible committees include: a committee to review and revise Faith and Practice; a committee to review the collaborative reports; a committee to attend to personnel matters.
Committees are in the care of councils. Staff contact for a committee, when necessary, will be assigned on a case-by-case basis by the council and an Associate Secretary or the General Secretary.