How to Join CALC
There are two forms of membership, membership as a Member Congregation and membership as an Associate Member.
Action taken by a congregation to become a Member Congregation shall be at least by a simple majority
vote at a legally called and conducted meeting of the Congregation.
Associate Membership applies to a believer or congregation who accepts
the Confession of Faith (Article 3) and Statement of Purpose (Article
5) of CALC's constitution. An Associate
Member has voice but no vote. Online form: Associate
Congregations subscription form
Believers or Congregations desiring membership status as members or associate members of CALC shall make application to the National Council by way of the President. The National Council shall approve or disapprove the application. Until the next General Convention, all applications approved by the National Council shall be placed on the roster as Associate Members. The next General Convention of CALC shall act on the application to approve or disapprove the membership status.