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“UTO Four” E-Women blog

“UTO Four” E-Women blog

Robin Sumners, one of four who resigned from the United Thank Offering Board and from their leadership positions in protest over proposed governance changes, has a new blog: “E-Women 125 Years of UTO”.

The blog gives Sumners’ and the UTO Four’s experience as to what has happened (in rather extensive detail), along with links to all of the documents that have been made public, including the current By-Laws and the proposed By-Laws, as well as analysis.


The Living Church has a new article on the developments: “Bylaw Changes Wreak Havoc

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