The Church and GovernmentA Guide Through (cover)-1DUE PROCESS_edited-2The Judicial Code of Conduct (book)




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The Judicial Code of Conduct

The  Church and Government

Due Process for Pastors and Elders

A Guide Through the COGIC Judicial Process

To navigate the Cogic Judicial Process is a daunting task.   We now have a resource (through these books  written by Dr. Frederick Jenkins) to help us navigate the perilous waters of the COGIC Judicial System.

The Author

Dr. Frederick D. Jenkins

 The seventh of eighteen siblings. The husband of one wife for forty three years (43), Father of two (2) adult daughters and Grandfather to five (5) grandchildren. Retired and a Decorated Military Veteran. Education includes ST. Philips College, Upper Iowa University, Michigan State University to name a few, he holds an Associates of Science Degree, a Bachelor of Science Degree, a Master of Arts Degree, and a Doctor of Theology Degree. His civic involvement includes, but not limited to the NAACP, SCLS, Urban League, National Black Caucus and Meriwether County Ecumenical Council. Professional involvement includes but not limited to the FOP, the Ecclesiastical Law Society, the AIP and NAP, CLC, CAC, CCC and CDC. His Ecclesiastical involvement includes but not limited to Administrative Assistant, District Superintendent, Pastoral ministry for 42 years, Jurisdictional Council of Pastors and Elders Chairman, Executive Committee Member of the General Council of Pastors and Elders, Executive Committee member of the General Assembly, Job-description and Remuneration Committee Chairman, former Chairman and Chief Judge of the Judicial Review Committee /Appeals Court for the General Council of the Church of God in Christ to list a few of his services. He’s Saved Sanctified and filled with the Holy Ghost.

For printed copies of these publications contact:

P.O. Box 356
Douglasville, GA 30133


**Dr. Jenkins is in no way affiliated with, or responsible for this website**


  1. Pastor Vernal Sweeting says:

    Good evening Sir in the trying of a church in article 8 in the black book. Who would be the defendants in a case. Who would receive the summons to appear before ecclesiastical Counsel?

    • admin says:

      The pastor and the church. That is usually a backdoor way to get rid of a pastor. The Pastor as the leader of the church would be the one called in.

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