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Episcopal Church Center adds a new tenant

An agreement has been completed between the Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society (DFMS) and the Children’s Defense Fund (CDF) to lease a portion of a floor at the Episcopal Church Center, 815 Second Avenue in New York City, NY.

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Whistleblower protection needed at Church Center

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.

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Renting the Church Center in New York

The Rt Rev Stacy Sauls, Chief Operating Officer of The Episcopal Church, Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society, reports on tenants of the building at 815 Second Avenue in New York City.

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Episcopal Church Foundation moving into The Interchurch Center

The 2016-2018 triennial budget, passed by General Convention, mandated that office space at the Episcopal Church Center be rented at market rate in order to maintain the increasingly expensive Manhattan street address.

The Episcopal Church Foundation, while expressing gratitude to many years of hospitality from the Episcopal Church, cited this new cost as their reason for relocating to The Interchurch Center from the Episcopal Church Center.

The press release in full:

Episcopal Church Foundation announces move to its new home at The Interchurch […]

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