The report, presented during a meeting of Executive Council’s Joint Standing Committee on Finances for Mission, marks the first time since a misconduct scandal broke in December that the church has publicly acknowledged a problem in its systems for uncovering misconduct.
In a letter to Executive Council, The Most Rev Michael Curry, has provided an update on the ongoing investigation related to the suspension of three senior members of the Church Center staff
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