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Prayer Book Dissonance

After forty years with the 1979 Book of Common Prayer (BCP), we are wrestling with the discomfort of Prayer Book dissonance.

Traditional and New

Around the Episcopal Church, the wider Anglican Communion and the Church at large, new expressions of this ancient way of living in Christian community have surfaced. How can we, as the Episcopal Church, support and uplift those who “live at the heart of the church” while encouraging new vocations, not just to ordained ministry, but to Religious Life as well?

Title IV—Handing Over Clergy Discipline to “Provincial” or “Church Wide” Courts?

The Standing Commission is now asking the 79th General Convention to allow it to prepare a proposal to shift clergy discipline entirely from the dioceses to “provincial” or “church wide” courts. Join the conversation.

Don’t spend it all in one place

This is your handy reference list for resolutions with budget implications by committee.

Shared Witness in a Divided World

The gift of our shared faith and of the Church is that we are called beyond all other loyalties to work together for the Kingdom of God. We agree that today’s political issues matter as we strive for justice and peace, but we pray that we might cling to our ideologies and our power less tightly than we cling to each other.

Your Daily Briefing: Tuesday, July 3

Today is a day to get your credentials, browse the exhibits, and stay out of the sun.