A bylaws committee shall be appointed by the board from the membership of the church. Members should be selected on the basis of their familiarity with the bylaws and their editorial skills. The bylaws committee shall have the power to adopt such revisions to these bylaws as are, in its judgment, non-substantive modifications or clarifications, reorganization or renumbering, or revisions made necessary because of punctuation, spelling, or other errors of grammar or expression. The action to revise may be taken by motion acted upon in the same manner as any other motion before the committee. Such revisions shall be effective immediately and shall be permanent subject to revocation by the membership at any duly called meeting.
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