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Convention Final Day

Today is the last day of convention. People are beginning to say their goodbyes, pack up and get ready to return home. Yet, convention is also far from over. The House of Bishops is caught […]

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Photos from General Convention – July 11

Our Deputation Clergy Lay Wes Sedlacek, The Rev. Sharon Rodgers, Ms. (Chair) Sara Fischer, The Rev. Mary Cramer, Ms. Jedediah Holdorph, The Rev. Barbara Ross, Mrs. Caroline Litzenberger, The Rev. Dr. Anne McCollom, Mrs.  

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Convention Wednesday (7/11)

In many ways the General Convention of the Episcopal Church has been about the Five Marks of Mission of the Anglican Communion: To proclaim the Good news of the Kingdom To teach, baptize and nurture […]

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Convention Tuesday (7/10)

Monday was an important day in the House of Bishops. We began in open session with a point of personal privilege by Bishop Gene Robinson. Bishop Robinson spoke with power and heart concerning the issue […]

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Convention Monday (7/9)

It is Monday! The day is just beginning so there is not much to tell about what we have been doing in the House of Bishops or in the House of Deputies. Today is a […]

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Convention Sunday (7/8)

Saturday was an interesting day. It began with a legislative committee meeting where testimony was given on D050, Clergy Call to Action on Economic and Racial Justice (find more information at www.piconetwork.org.) We also had […]

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Convention Saturday Morning (7/7)

We are having important conversations about the details of legislation. Words are carefully thought about and votes are taken. At times the work seems tedious but clarity is important and these details matter. One issue […]

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Convention Friday (7/6)

Yesterday began with my first ever meeting of the House of Bishops at Convention. We began with a roll call of all of the bishops eligible for entrance into the house. I got to the […]

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