The affairs of the SCF are managed by an elected committee for a 2-year term with the Presbyter in-charge as President, a vice president, a convener, a joint convener, a treasurer and 5 other committee members who meet occasionally as and when required to sketch out programs and their execution. There is separate accounting of the money received and spent by SCF. The main source of income is membership fee and grant from the church. At the end of each financial year, the treasurer presents a statement of accounts duly audited by an internal auditor elected by the general body of SCF. The treasurer also presents a budget estimate for the next financial year. The convener presents as annual report of the year and the proposed activities for the next year. All the reports and financial statements are submitted to the pastorate committee for incorporation in the annual report of the church.
The members find time to be with the bereaved families in prayer and also spend time with families going through difficult times.”