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Following General Convention

Episcopal News Service is offering a Media Hub for following General Convention with live streaming of worship services and tracking legislation among other ways of checking the activity in Indianapolis from the comfort of your computer:

The Media Hub will offer live streaming of the sessions from the House of Bishops and the House of Deputies, as well as a listing of daily events, a live twitter feed, Flickr photo stream, Episcopal News Service headlines, etc.

The Media Hub will go live on July 2 with greetings from Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori, President of the House of Deputies Bonnie Anderson, General Convention Secretary the Rev. Dr. Gregory Straub, and Bishop Catherine Waynick, bishop of the host diocese of Indianapolis.

On July 4, live programming will commence with the opening addresses from Presiding Bishop Jefferts Schori and President Anderson.

Mike Collins, Manager of Episcopal Church Multimedia Services, explained that the Media Hub will feature three media players, one for each House and a special one for videos featuring local and churchwide mission.

Many dioceses are hosting blogs from their Bishops and Deputies, here is a partial list:

California

Central Gulf Coast

Virginia

Maine

Connecticut

Georgia

Rochester

Missouri

West Virginia

Southern Virginia

Northern California

Michigan

Northwest Texas

Milwaukee

Quincy

Vermont

Colorado

Add your diocesan site in the comments.

Blogging bishops are:

Greg Rickel, Olympia (Western WA

Kirk Smith, Arizona

Marc Andrus California

Pierre Whalon Europe

Christopher Epting

Dan Edwards, Nevada

Andy Doyle, Texas

Carol Gallagher N. Dakota

Stephen Lane, Maine

Brian Prior, Minnesota

Michael Hanley, Oregon

Mark Lattime, Alaska

Dan Martins, Springfield

Neff Powell Southwest Virginia

Bill Franklin, Western New York

Add your bishop in the comments.

UPDATE: Scott Gunn has listed all the resolutions with comments.

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Katie Sherrod

Diocese of Fort Worth at

fortworth.goesto.episcopalgeneralconvention.org

Katie Sherrod

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San Diego’s blog is:

http://gc2012sandiego.blogspot.com/

and the posts and photos are coming fast and furious.

Bishop James Mathes is posting there along with the Deputies.

Additionally many photos are being posted to the Diocese FB page at

https://www.facebook.com/diosandiego

Susan Forsburg

Rtnrlfy

Diocese of Central Pennsylvania is blogging at: http://dcpaatgc2012.blogspot.com/

Thanks,

Lesley Carter

Webmaster, Diocese of Central PA

Kurt Wiesner

A few more blogging sites to add:

Bishop Diane Jardine Bruce

http://www.obispadjb.blogspot.com/?m=1

Diocese of Los Angeles GC news portal

http://www.ladiocese.org/digital_faith/gc

mscottsail

West Missouri has a page following Convention at http://www.episcopalwestmo.org/west_missouri_deputies_to_general_convention0.aspx. In addition, there is a Facebook page for the West Missouri Deputation at https://www.facebook.com/WestMoDeputies2GC.

Marshall Scott

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