(Full title in printed version: Amendments to this statement and dissolution)
15.1 Since the Bible is the final authority for faith and practice, amendments may be made to ‘What We Believe’ or ‘Our Practice In Church Life’ if they can be shown to be justified, but only at a special Members’ Meeting convened for the purpose. For proposed amendments to be adopted, at least 75% of the members present and entitled to vote must be in favour, provided that the total of favourable votes shall not be less than 50% of the membership entitled to vote.
15.2 No amendment may be made which would have the effect of the Church ceasing to be a charity at law, however the Church’s obedience to the Scriptures must not be compromised by its charitable status.
15.3 In the event of the Church being wound up, any assets remaining after the satisfaction of all proper debts and liabilities shall not be distributed among the members of the Church, but shall be transferred to some other charity having objects broadly similar to those of this Church, as the members shall determine.