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Canadians look to 2013 Anglican Covenant vote

Canadians look to 2013 Anglican Covenant vote

Briefly noted in the Faith, Worship, and Ministry Committee section of yesterday’s Council of General Synod highlights, Anglican Church of Canada:

The Rev. Dr. Lynne McNaughton, FWMC member, noted that three General Synod groups are working on different aspects of the Anglican Covenant. The Primate, Archbishop Fred Hiltz, and the chancellor, David Phillip Jones, clarified that covenant-related work from FWMC and the Governance Working Group will be gathered by the Anglican Communion Working Group and will inform a resolution on the Anglican Covenant that will be brought to General Synod 2013.

As Primate, Hiltz is Chief Executive Officer of General Synod, whose main gathering is held every three years. Between those major meetings, business is conducted through the a smaller Council of General Synod that meets biannually.

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