Permanent Judicial Commission (PJC)
Description (according to the Book of Order and Standing Rules)
The Permanent Judicial Commission shall be established in accordance with the Rules of Discipline, and
composed of at least seven and up to nine members.
The PJC elects from its members a moderator and a clerk.
MEMBERSHIP: The Permanent Judicial Commission (PJC) of the Presbytery of the Palisades is to consist of at least seven (7) and up to nine (9) members, clergy and elders in numbers as nearly equal as possible, who serve a term of six years (and are ineligible to be elected again to the PJC until four years have elapsed) in three classes (with no more than half the members in one class), all of whom retire in odd numbered years.
MEETINGS: The PJC meets to consider and act on a case. When necessary, its members may meet for several hours daily for several consecutive days.