Can a Church Nominate Two Young Adult Representatives to Synod?

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Our church council would like to nominate two young adult representatives, one of whom has served previously. Is it permissible for a church to nominate more than one person?  Secondly may someone be nominated for a second time?

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Churches may nominate as many synod advisers as they like for each of the advisory roles (includes ethnic advisers, women advisers, and young adult representatives). Forms and guidelines for each of the adviser roles are available on the CRC website at www.crcna.org/SynodResources and are due to the Synod Resources Office (contact info at the bottom of the form) by January 15. Advisers to synod will be appointed by the Board of Trustees in late February.

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Thanks so much for clarifying this for us.