CABF Constitution

Our Constitution is comprised of two documents: the Memorandum of Association and the By-Laws.

Memorandum of Association:

At a Special Meeting of the CABF Membership held on June 16, 2022, a revised Memorandum of Association was adopted which came into effect on July 11, 2022 when it was approved by the NS Registry of Joint Stock Companies. You can view the approved Memorandum of Association here.

By-Laws

At a Special Meeting of the CABF Membership held on June 16, 2022, amendments to Sections 54-59 of By-Law #2 were passed. The Registrar of the NS Registry of Joint Stock Companies approved of these amendments on July 15, 2022. You can view an Office Consolidation of the revised By-Law #2 here.

CABF Credentials Policy

At a Special Meeting of the CABF Membership held on June 16, 2022, a revised Credentials Policy was adopted. You can view the revised Credentials Policy here.

This policy enables the granting of CABF Association licenses and the establishment of ordination councils. It also provides the procedure through which clergy accredited by other religious bodies acceptable to the CABF may be granted accreditation by the CABF, and the conditions under which authorization to perform marriages may be sought.

 Click here for an Application Form for those seeking accreditation with the CABF. Click here for an Application Form for those seeking accreditation prior to upcoming ordinaion in a CABF 

Policy and Procedures Manual

A revised Policies and Procedures Manual was adopted on 16 June 2022. The Manual is a more detailed document that gets its authority from the CABF By-Laws (see above).

Policy and Procedures Manual

Strategic Framework

Strategic Framework adopted on 5 October 2019.