1. The church leadership consists of a council of bishops: One serving as chief spiritual leader with the title Archbishop Primus, with an Archbishop Coadjutor to assist him, along with five diocesan bishops.
2. Ordination to the deaconate and priesthood can be performed at the discretion of each of the bishops. We will consider candidates age 21 or older for deacon, and age 25 or older for the priesthood. Our main concern is that their calling is true and that they receive the proper training to perform their duties.
3. Incardination will allowed for deacons and priests by any bishop. The only requirement is valid apostolic succession and no criminal history.
4. No one has to take an oath of loyalty to the church. The only requirements is to be in agreement with our beliefs. We give free reign to practice ministry as one pleases so long as they do no harm to the reputation of the church by their affiliation and do not engage in illegal activities.
5. Clergy can be expelled for illegal and unethical behavior with a majority consensus of the bishops. All illegal activity will be immediately reported to the police.
6 No consecrations may be performed without the Archbishop Primus' approval. Bishops must be at least 35 years of age with ministerial experience. Incardination of a bishop must be also be approved by the Archbishop Primus.
7. The role of the bishops will be to operate the church and provide moral and spiritual support to the clergy. Our goal is to be servant leaders who develop others in their ministry. The structure of the church is meant to maximize individual ministerial freedom.
8. We ask that anyone performing an exorcism get a waiver of responsibility signed by the person receiving the exorcism and that it be returned to the bishops before any action is taken.
9. There will be four diocese in the U.S. : Northwest, Southwest, Northeast and Southeast with a fifth diocese for international clergy. Each diocese is led by a diocesan bishop.
10. Diocesan bishops are appointed by the Archbishop Primus.
11. The Archbishop Primus is appointed for a term of twenty years and will select a Archbishop Coadjutor to be his successor from the bishops of the church. Should the Archbishop Primus pass away or step down the Archbishop Coadjutor will succeed him as Archbishop Primus and select a new Archbishop Coadjutor.
12. These canons can be amended by unanimous consensus of the bishops.