The National Leadership Team (NLT) has reappointed Assistant Stated Clerk Jerry Iamurri to a second three-year term in the role. His new term runs from July 1, 2020, to June 30, 2023. The NLT made the appointment unanimously during its April 30 virtual meeting. Iamurri is a Teaching Elder in the Presbytery of Florida and the Caribbean.
“I am grateful for the past three years working with Jeff Jeremiah and the staff of the Office of the General Assembly,” Iamurri said. “I look forward to three more years and am extremely thankful to be able to serve the EPC in this way.”
As the EPC’s Chief Constitutional Officer and legal counsel, Iamurri helps facilitate the work of the Ministerial Vocation Committee and the Permanent Judicial Commission as that body addresses polity and other concerns related to the EPC’s Book of Government. In addition, he oversees the strategic priorities of Global Movement and Effective Biblical Leadership and works closely with the Stated Clerk on Church Revitalization and Church Planting.
“Jerry’s command of the Book of Order has allowed us to swiftly navigate a wide variety of situations,” said Jeff Jeremiah, EPC Stated Clerk. “But more than his technical knowledge and skill, he consistently demonstrates a high level of integrity and sensitivity. I am especially grateful for how he oversees the Leadership Institute at our General Assembly each year. His steady hand will be invaluable as I pass the Stated Clerk baton to Dean Weaver in 2021.”
Congratulations Jerry! Thank you for moving your family to Orlando and your service to the EPC thru the OGA. Blessings on you for the next 3 years!
This is great news. Jerry has been such a blessing to work with. His knowledge in all areas is something. I look forward to opportunities to work with him in the future.