At its inception the Reformation Party has but one Council of Officers. But looking forward, if the Lord blesses with increase, it is hoped that within each nation there will be local and regional Councils formed, such that voting members can not only elect a national Council, but also a local and regional Council for their district. Once at least two nations have at least ten voting members, it is hoped that each nation can have its own national Council. And finally, it is hoped that each national Council can send representatives to an international Confederation of Reformation Party National Councils. We pray for the day when all the nations of the earth are covenanted to serve Jesus Christ according to the Biblical principles outlined in the original Westminster Standards, and we pray that this may be used by God as one instrument towards that end.
Here is the current status of progress towards a Confederation of Reformation Party National Councils:
Current Outreach Efforts
Reformation Party – Scotland
Reformation Party – Canada
Reformation Party – Australia
Reformation Party – New Zealand
Reformation Party – Singapore
Reformation Party – Zimbabwe
Here are the steps the Council of Officers of the Reformation Party (in the US) envisions for the formation process of national chapters in other nations:
1. At least 10 voting members residing in a nation need to be registered as such with the Reformation Party (in the US), having joined the Reformation Party as voting members.
2. At least 3 men qualified to be councilmen for what would become the first Council of Officers for the Reformation Party in the nation would need to register as such with the Reformation Party (in the US).
3. We need to be sure that the men registering to run for the first Council of Officers for the Reformation Party in such nation will be able to conference with one another on the council. This especially needs to be determined if they are geographically separated. Also, we need to make sure the men registering will be adequately qualified to administer the Reformation Party in such nation.
4. The Council of Officers of the Reformation Party (in the US) would oversee elections of the first Council of Officers for the Reformation Party in such nation.
5. Once there is a first Council of Officers for the Reformation Party in such nation, from that point on they will be part of a Confederation of Reformation Party National Councils. Representatives from each of the national branches will periodically have Confederation meetings, at least via internet or teleconference.