Category: General Convention
The main series of “And also with blue” concludes with this guest blogger’s commentary on the resolutions dealing with evangelism and church planting.
“And also with blue” looks at all the liturgy resolutions dealing with the calendar of the church, including both new liturgical resources and changes to our calendar of commemorations.
This post considers the non-calendar material from the prayer book, liturgy, and music committee. In addition to important updates to the Book of Occasional Services, there are are various proposed tweaks and some new material.
The resolutions in the churchwide leadership committee’s brief don’t all deal with leadership per se. Perhaps a more fitting name would have been churchwide leadership & sundries.
A mysterious guest blogger takes us on a tour of the many resolutions to be considered by the Constitution & Canons committee.
We continue to blast through the resolutions for the 80th General Convention of the Episcopal Church. Today’s batch consists of resolutions about church governance and structure.
This batch of resolutions are all about environment and care of creation. This is part of the “And also with blue” series of blogs on the 80th General Convention of the Episcopal Church.
“And also with blue” continues with today’s installment, the committee that is considering resolutions connected to congregational & diocesan vitality.
As you can see, I’m not going through the legislative committees in order. For various & sundry reasons, I decided to start with this legislative committee, which focuses broadly on “ministry.” The committee a...
Introducing my series of blog posts on the resolutions for this summer’s General Convention of the Episcopal Church. Stay tuned for commentary on many of the resolutions to be considered in Baltimore.
This blog once again has the scoop on the color of the Blue Book for the next General Convention. Read on for an interview with Canon Michael Barlowe about the Blue Book and much more.
On the feast of the Epiphany, as I look at the proposed churchwide budget for the Episcopal Church, a reflection on whether we are offering Jesus Christ to the world in the way the Gospel suggests we ought to.