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Reunion, Council and inclusion of African Americans

Resolved: That whenever the colored members of the Church in any parish desire to form a new and separate congregation, such action shall have the sanction of this Diocese. They may elect their own Vestry, Wardens, and Ministers. They shall be considered as under the care of this Council, and their interests as represented in it by the Standing Committee on Colored Congregations.

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Re-imagining Diocesan Convention

…radically reimagining diocesan convention could give us the best of belonging to both a small and large church; diocesan convention, instead of being an annual burden, might become one of the high points of the ecclesial year. Laity and clergy might even clamor for convention to meet more than once a year!

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Do we need denominations?

by George Clifford When people search for a church to join, one early stage decision in the process is whether to find a denominational or

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