The board of trustees or other governing body of a religious organization under section 315.21 may, by unanimous vote of its members, alter or amend the articles of incorporation under section 315.31, when authorized by resolution so to do at a special meeting of the religious organization. The meeting must be called for that expressly stated purpose, and a majority of the members of the religious organization must be present. The resolution must be passed by vote of a majority of the members present and voting. The board of trustees or other governing body shall record the resolution in a certificate executed and acknowledged by its president and secretary, or by its other presiding and recording officers, under the corporate seal of the religious organization. The certificate is presumptive evidence of the facts stated in it. The certificate must be recorded with the county recorder of the county where the religious organization is located. The amendment is effective on filing.