Fair Haven
Retirement 
Village

MEMBERSHIP

FAIR HAVEN MEMBERSHIP

Our Fair Haven Hostel and Retirement Village has shown over the years of its existence that it has been a wonderful place for our parents and grandparents to be cared for during the ‘twilight’ of their life on earth.  This care is particularly evident in the Hostel.  Our elderly brothers and sisters all express their thankfulness that they live in Christian surroundings with brothers and sisters of the same faith.

This is only made possible through your prayers, financial as well as voluntary support and as such, the Free Reformed Retirement Village Association (Inc.) is always on the lookout for new members.

The association is a not-for-profit organisation that relies on the financial support of its members.  It is an organisation made up solely of members from the Free Reformed Churches of Australia and their sister churches abroad. The minimum re-current donation is presently $10.00 per week for full membership and $5.00 per week for pensioner/student membership.  Payment may be made either by electronic transfer, cash or cheque placed in an envelope available in each church building and deposited in the appropriate box. Payments may be made either weekly, monthly, quarterly or annually.

If you are not yet a member, we encourage you to join our association sooner rather than later so that the care for our loved ones may continue.

“Do not neglect to do good and to share what you have, for such sacrifices are pleasing to God”
Hebrews 13:16

Guidelines for Membership

  • Any person who is a member of one of the Free Reformed Churches of Australia or one of their sister churches is eligible to become a member of the Association.
  • An individual who has not reached the age of 18 years is not eligible to apply for a class of membership that confers full voting rights.
  • A person who wants to become a member must apply in writing to the Association or by submitting the form below.
  • The applicant must specify in the application the class of membership, if there is more than one, to which the application relates.
  • An applicant for membership of the Association becomes a member when:
    1. the Board accepts the application; and
    2. the applicant pays any membership fee payable to the Association under rule 12 of the Constitution.
  • A person ceases to be a member when any of the following takes place:
    1. the person dies;
    2. the person resigns from the Association under rule 10 of the Constitution;
    3. the person is expelled from the Association under rule 15 of the Constitution;
    4. the person is no longer eligible for membership under rule 4(1) of the Constitution.
  • A member may resign from membership of the Association by giving written notice of the resignation to the secretary.   The resignation takes effect:
    1. when the secretary receives the notice; or
    2. if a later time is stated in the notice, at that later time.
  • The rights of a member are not transferable and end when membership ceases.
  • A member must pay the membership fee to the treasurer, or another person authorised by the Board to accept payments, by the date (the due date) determined by the Board.