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Putting GC79 into practice

Serving on an interim body is a way for Episcopalians across the church to participate in its governance. While the joint Standing “Committees are only open to bishops and deputies to the 79th General Convention, all other interim bodies are open to all members of the Episcopal Church. Appointments to standing commissions are generally for six years while appointments to joint standing committees or task forces are generally for three years.”

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#GC79 Round-up for July 11th

General Convention is kicking into high gear as the Bishops and Deputies race the calendar to the finish line, with hundreds of resolutions and the budget still to be decided. Both Houses will work a third legislative session this evening.

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