Code of Conduct
If the Board of Elders, when initiating investigation of a member or clergy person's conduct, deems such conduct to be potentially harmful in any way to the well being of other Church members, the Church's ministries or the Church's public testimony and reputation, the Board of Elders, by majority vote, may remove the member or clergy person under investigation from any role of Officer, Trustee, Pastor, Ministry Leader, or other role of service in the Church until the disciplinary issue is resolved. A member or clergy person who has been dismissed from the church, or has voluntarily withdrawn from the Church, has forfeited all rights and privileges of membership in the Church.
The Governing Board of the Church of Spiritual Humanism has concluded an investigation of the conduct of church member Vaughan Evans, formerlly of the Isle of Wight, UK. It has been determined that the conduct of Vaughan Evans is deemed to be harmful to the well being of other Church members, the Church's ministries and the Church's public testimony and reputation.
Vaughan Evans is hereby expelled from the membership of the Church of Spiritual Humanism and all rights and privileges of his membership in the church and ordination are revoked effective January 8, 2004.
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