Amending the Articles of Incorporation?

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I understand that changes may be made to the Articles of Incorporation provided the following caveat be applied: The Board of Trustees may at any time, by the affirmative vote of two‑thirds of the Trustees, adopt amendments to these Articles of Incorporation. Notwithstanding the preceding provision, the Board of Trustees shall not adopt any amendments to these Articles of Incorporation which are inconsistent with the provisions of Articles V through X unless approved by the Classis (or Synod on appeal).

If such an amendment is made (concerning possible consensual division or irreconcilable division) by the local council without the approval of the classis (or synod on appeal), what will this mean to the local congregation?

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