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The Consultation launches first ISSUES for #GC78

The Consultation launches first ISSUES for #GC78

the Consultation, a cooperative effort of several progressive groups of Episcopalians, has published their first installment of ISSUES for the upcoming General Convention.

ISSUES first appeared as a daily commentary on events at the 1967 General Convention. Conceived in the living room of the late theologian William Stringfellow, ISSUES began as a voice for three organizations concerned for the mission and renewal of the Church; the Church Society for College Work, the Overseas Mission Society, and the National Industrial Mission. At succeeding General Conventions, a shifting group of organizations and movements in the Church have banded together to create ISSUES and to collaborate on a common commitment to call the Church to its witness in the name of Christ.
Current member organizations are:
Episcopal AsiaAmerica Ministry Advocates
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