The Executive Council is taking up some difficult issues of governance at its meeting near Baltimore. Episcopal News Service has the story:
In one of council’s two UTO-related resolutions, passed on the final day of its Oct. 15-17 meeting here, members “acknowledged with deep regret the breakdown of communication and relationship between the board of the United Thank Offering and leadership of the Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society.”
Episcopal News Service reports from Executive Council on a presentation by the Task Force for Re-imagining the Episcopal Church:
Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori and the Rev. Gay Clark Jennings, President of the House of Deputies have offered opening remarks at the meeting of
If there is no solution except for UTO to become totally subsumed into the DFMS, then this tells TREC that there is no way to reconfigure the Episcopal Church making it more a network of nationally active Episcopal Church related agencies and less a centralized regulatory system for management.
At the request of several bishops, the Church Center staff recently provided the House of Bishops with “talking points” regarding the recent controversy involving the
Lueta Bailey, first woman seated as a Deputy to General Convention in 1970 tells the story of how the Episcopal Church Women responded to a
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