About Church Organization

General Assembly

General Assembly is the highest decision-making body of our church.

The General Assembly elects a moderator who presides over the Assembly and continues in an inspirational and ceremonial role for the following year. An equal number of ministers and elders are commissioned by Presbyteries to attend. It votes on matters of theology and polity that affect the whole denomination. Its decisions are made carefully, with some issues requiring study over a number of years. It meets annually during the first full week of June.

For more information, see https://presbyterian.ca/gao/