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A Memorial to the Church

A group of General Convention deputies have created a “memorial” inspired by TREC calling for the church to act decisively on what they see as a unique moment for a renewed and revitalized Church.

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Church of England seeking some re-imagination of its own

Now, it looks as though the Church of England’s General Synod will be examining a series of proposals backed by the Archbishops of York and Canterbury which have been described as the most radical shake-up in generations to prevent the church from going into “terrifying” decline

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Study documents for the TREC resolutions

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The resolutions from The Task Force for Reimagining the Episcopal Church have the potential to change the structure and governance of Episcopal Church. The Episcopal Café offers this work by the Rev. Michael Hartney, which shows the canonical changes within the current canons, to assist further study. Hartney has served as an Alternate and Deputy to General Convention and Legislative Aide for the Ministry Committee in 1997, 2003, 2006, 2009, and 2012.

I prepared these study documents of the TREC (Task Force […]

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