Pennsylvania de jure Assembly

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Be a part of the Restoration Plan!

Greater Assembly

An assembly (or a de jure Assembly), is an association of like-minded people who are dedicated to restoring well-being in all its forms. Anyone who is a resident of a State, City, Borough or Township is a member of their Greater Assembly. Any ratified Assembly is the governance body for the Greater Assembly. Everyone who lives in Pennsylvania are already members of this Greater Assembly. Meetings are open to the Public for all to attend. We encourage you to attend 2 meetings prior to joining below.


General Membership Policy

                

Qualifications


1.     The applicant must be a current resident of the State of Pennsylvania and have been a resident for at least (6) months.

2.     Applicant must be at least 18 years of age

3.     Applicant does not have a felony conviction for any violent crime, financial crime or sexual crime.

4.     Applicants with felonies must be off parole/probation to be eligible for individual review and approval by the Council.

5.     Applicants must have attended the most recent two (2) Assembly meetings open to the public before applying.

6.     Applicants to the PDJA, who have been suspended from any Assembly for misconduct or misrepresentation, shall only be admitted to PDJA pending a thorough investigation and report by the Sergeant At Arms & the Ombudsman (judicial investigator) of the PDJA.

  

Requirements New Members must agree to and sign the following:


1.     Complete a new member onboarding interview with the Presiding Officer or Appointed welcoming Committee (Complete the membership form below to be contacted and to receive the noted forms below)

2.     Resolution of One Accord

3.     Membership Agreement

4.     Code of Conduct & Ethics

5.     Conflict of Interest Agreement

6.     Volunteer Information Form


The Pennsylvania de jure Assembly is NOT a representative government, but rather a Service Organization for the People that identifies concerns, problems and develops solutions for the community to assess and approve.


Working Body of the Assembly


To become a member in Good Standing with the Pennsylvania de jure Assembly, and work on Committees, the Council or Sub Council, a thorough understanding of Natural Law, Restoration of Rights, and the process by which an assembly becomes a Lawful Governing Body, are essential. These are the foundational components upon which our work is built.


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To be a member in Good Standing is to be eligible to vote, as part of the Grand Jury, on the issuing of orders for the restoration of rights to the people of Pennsylvania. This is an essential component to the work of our Assembly, and to the implementation of the Restoration Plan for humanity here in Pennsylvania. We consider this to be an honor, and our responsibility, one that requires a proper understanding of the issues at hand. There are steps to complete before becoming a member in Good Standing.



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Thank you for your interest in helping with the Restoration Plan in Pennsylvania.

We will contact you shortly by email and answer any questions you may have.

Please join us at our Open to the Public weekly meetings at 7pm Mondays

Contact us at: PA Assembly, PO Box 4132, Williamsport, PA 17701-9994

president@paassembly.org secretary@paassembly.org

Committees:

Officers, Law & Law Enforcement Committee

Coordinates safety procedures and enforcement with the Global Intelligence Agency. Works closely with law enforcement agencies within county emphasizing best practices in the spirit of the law.

Security Committee

Identifies safety concerns county-wide and formulates solutions for a safer practice; addresses the community through proposals for change.

Health & Wellness Committee

Works with the community to determine problem areas, identify obstacles, and create a plan to achieve superior health and wellness goals.

Nature Preservation & Protection Committee

Provides information and education as to nature preservation and the protection of natural resources. Objectives include a more responsible approach to the cleanup and protection of our air, water, food, soil, and aether which are the essential components to life on earth.

Restoration Committee

Restoration finds and develops, in partnership with the people, projects and solutions for the improvement and transformation of your communities. They focus on industries for their solutions assessment.

Treasury Committee

Financial reporting. planning and budgeting. Coordinate fundraisers and ensure compliance with relevent legislation. Reports on progress, issues, and proposals at assembly meetings and monthly administration meetings.

Project Management Committee

Develops the full scale project plan. Leads the planning and implementation of the projects with measurable goals, deliverables and project scope. Plans and schedules project timelines and manages the project budget.

Family Services Committee

Formulate plans for improving the lives of families in our county. Create community planning proposals which impact the family in a positive way. Develop educational material to share with schools and agencies emphasizing Natural law; all life is sacred.

Educational Development Committee

Sets goals and objectives regarding proposed changes to the educational system countywide. Integrates the Resolution of One Accord into schools. Reviews county guidelines and proposes changes to the current school content.

Contact us for more information

PA Assembly

P.O. Box 4132

Williamsport, PA

17701-9994


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