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Episcopal Church boards & committees seek nominees

Episcopal Church boards & committees seek nominees

Nominations are now being accepted for various Episcopal Church positions, committees or boards that will be elected during the next General Convention.


The Episcopal Church Joint Standing Committee for Nominations for General Convention has issued a call for nominations for seven positions. Elections will take place at the 78th General Convention, to be held in Salt Lake City, Utah, Thursday, June 25 to Friday, July 3, 2015.

The nomination form is available in English, Spanish, French and Chinese.

More information, duties of each position, instructions and nomination forms are available here.

Nominations are accepted for the following committees/boards:

Member, Disciplinary Board for Bishops

Member, Executive Council

Member, General Board of Examining Chaplains

Secretary of the House of Deputies

Treasurer of the General Convention

Trustee, The Church Pension Fund

Trustee, The General Theological Seminary

Deadline for nominations is March 1.

For more information contact gcoffice@episcopalchurch.org.

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