The Church Committee is called to exercise their ministry within the Church of South India, accepting the disciplines and constitution of the Church, Diocese and the Church of South India, by submitting themselves and keeping the sanctity of their ministry by strengthening Christian fellowship and being a sincere helping hand to the minister.
The Vicar, appointed by the Bishop is the head of the congregation and the President (ex-officio) of the Church Committee. The General Body comprises of all members whose names are enlisted in the Church Register. The Church Committee functions as the executive of the General Body and manages all affairs of the Parish subject to the provisions of the Constitution of the CSI Parish (Malayalam) Dubai. The Church Committee's responsibilities include assisting the Vicar in efficient and smooth running of the Parish, safeguarding of funds and properties, maintaining proper records, arranging General Body meetings and implementing decisions thereof.
The Vice-President, Church Wardens and all Other Committee Members are elected by the General Body. The Church Committee, at its first meeting after the election, elects two of its members as Secretary and Treasurer respectively.
The General Body elects an Internal Auditor who is independent from the Church Committee. The Church Committee is authorised by the General Body to appoint the External Auditor.