According to the statutes of the Frauenkirche Foundation there are three supervising bodies: the Board of Trustees, the Foundation Board and the Board of Managing Directors.
The Foundation Board of the Frauenkirche Dresden Foundation monitors the work of the Foundation. Its function can be compared to a board of directors or supervisory board in private companies. The Board has to give consent to all general decisions taken. The guidelines to the fulfillment of the Frauenkirche Foundation's mission was passed by the Board. Today, it monitors the Managing Board's financing or recruiting plans. The Foundation Board consists of three members who were named by the Founders of the Frauenkirche Dresden (the Lutheran Church of Saxony, the Free State of Saxony and the City of Dresden) and three members who were delegated by the Board of Trustees. All these members elect the Head of the Foundation Board.
The Managing Board organises the work of the Frauenkirche Foundation and speaks for the Frauenkirche in public. This body consists of up to three members who are named by the Foundation Board:
Reverend Sebastian Feydt, Reverend at the Frauenkirche
Reverend Sebastian Feydt has been working for the Frauenkirche Dresden since 2007. Together wih his colleague he is responsible for coordinating the spiritual life of the church and for its peace work.
Dipl. rer. pol. Christine Gräfin von Kageneck, Commercial management
Christine Gräfin von Kageneck has been working for the Frauenkirche Foundation since 2006. She is responsible for all commercial activities. She also oversees the upkeeping of the Frauenkirche building, the fundraising and the accounts department.
Board of Trustees
The Board of Trustees decides general matters of the Frauenkirche Dresden Foundation. It consists of six so-called born members and up to nine appointed members. People who rendered outstanding services to the Frauenkirche can be appointed as honorary trustees. Born Head of the Board of Trustees is the Bishop of the Lutheran Church of Saxony.
The organigramm demonstrates how, on principle, these bodies are constituted: