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Downloaded the General Convention App yet?

The Episcopal Church’s Office of the General Convention has released a mobile event app for the upcoming 79th General Convention in Austin, Texas, July 5 – July 13, 2018.

The event app, powered by Eventmobi, is compatible with cell phones, tablets, and other data devices, offering attendees pertinent General Convention information including schedules, maps, worship bulletins, restaurant guide, a link to the Virtual Binder for legislative progress and resources, as well as other general convention information. Information related to the Episcopal Church Women’s Triennial Meeting 2018 is also provided.

The Office of General Convention developed this tool to enhance attendee experience and provide a personal schedule and means for note taking at events. The app is accessed two ways:

Go to https://eventmobi.com/79gc/ This opens it as a website on any device.

Or, download the Eventmobi app from the appstore and input the event code: 79gc.

If you have any questions about the event app, please contact Twila Rios attrios@episcopalchurch.org.

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Marshall Scott

I will say that in 2015 I found the app we used then very helpful, and especially in having the worship booklets on line.

Anne Davidson

Wonderful app!! Thank you so much!! Will be very helpful!

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