GCAS stands for General Conference Auditing Service. Its responsibility is to audit, or arrange for the audits of, all organizations world-wide that are affiliated with the Seventh-day Adventist denomination. In addition, it conducts compliance tests of denominational policies, trust operations, and other regulatory requirements. It is an organizationally independent audit function that complies with generally accepted auditing standards, except for the potential impairment of the appearance of independence related to the denominational relationship. It reports on whether church entities have prepared financial statements essentially in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles and complied with denominational policies.
GCAS traces its legacy to the year 1863 when the General Conference was organized and an audit committee to provide financial oversight was appointed.Learn More
Mission and Values
We serve God by delivering excellent audit services to the Seventh-day Adventist Church!Learn More
The logo was created as a reflection of both the mission and core values of GCAS.Learn More
A General Conference Auditing Service Board is elected every five years at a General Conference Session.Learn More
The Financial Audit Process
The six phases that assures delivery of excellence on every engagement.Learn More