CITAM has a well-defined governance structure that has promoted sound stewardship and accountability with separation of financial management from pastoral ministry.
In accordance with the Constitution of CITAM, the church governance structure is as follows:
- The Annual General Meeting(AGM) – this is the supreme governing organ of the Church
- The Annual Delegates Conference (ADC) which prepares and process decisions for approval and ratification by the AGM.
- The Deacon Board – consists of twelve members elected by the AGM to oversee all the legal and administrative matters and the implementation of the decisions of the AGM of the Church.
The Management of CITAM’s affairs is executed under the supervision of the Bishop who provides oversight to the Church assemblies through the Senior Pastors and ministry coordinators.
The Bishop also provides supervision of CITAM’s administration that includes the ministry operations and management of business units through the Director For Administration (DFA).
Legal custody of CITAM’s real property is entrusted to a Trust, with the Trustees being appointed by members of the Annual General Meeting (AGM).