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TREC “on verge of a real burst of productivity”

TREC “on verge of a real burst of productivity”

The Task Force for Re-imagining the Episcopal Church is about to start getting specific. Mary Frances Schjonberg writes:

Beginning with a letter to the church planned for release this week, the Task Force for Re-imagining the Episcopal Church is ready to start getting increasingly specific about its suggestions for the future shape of the churchwide organization.

“I do feel we are just on the verge of a real burst of productivity because I think we’re gelling our ideas,” Katy George said early in the group’s Dec. 7 session here.

The letter to the church “which paints the holistic vision of where we’re going and starts floating very specific and edgy ideas out there,” according to George, who convenes the task force with the Rev. Craig Loya, will be followed by a series of more specific recommendations on which TREC wants feedback from the church.


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