•General Convention convenes June 25 through July 3, 2015 in Salt Lake City, Utah.

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Tuesday, June 30, 2015

AGENDA Tuesday, June 30, 2015

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  • 8:30 - 10 am CDT: Legislative committees
    • Check for updates from participant & visitor tweets. OPEN HEARINGS include:
    •  Constitutions and Canons on D031, D0776
    • Governance and Structure on D064, B021
    • Congregational Vitality on D072
    • Prayer Book, Liturgy and Music  on B019, D046, D050, D051, D052, D060, D070
    • Church Pension Fund on D047
    • Stewardship and Development on D067
    • World Mission, 8AM on C055

  • 10:30 - 11:45 am CDT:  Community Eucharist Live on the Media Hub (worship)

  • Noon - 2 pm CDT: Joint Session - Mission Conversation. Live on the Media Hub (deputies)
  • 3 pm CDT: ECW Jazz Mass

  • 3:15 - 8:30 pm CDT: Legislative Sessions Live on the Media Hub (bishops, deputies)

  • Daily briefing  Live on the Media Hub (press)

    • End of business; exact time TBD
    • with panels of members from the House of Bishops and House of Deputies 


Evening events
Traces of the Trade
Seminary Gatherings
Association for Episcopal Deacons


Link to view legislation by Number, Topic, Title, or Author, and supplemental material for resolutionshttp://www.generalconvention.org/home/legislative-resources

Mobile guide to conventionhttps://guidebook.com/g/GC2015


In the Exhibit space: Haiti Murals Exhibit, the first-ever public display of  fragments of the historic murals from the wall of Holy Trinity Cathedral in Port au Prince that were destroyed during the 2010 earthquake and presently are curated by the Smithsonian until such time as they are reconstituted in a rebuilt Cathedral. Haiti is The Episcopal Church’s largest diocese. The presence of the murals in the booth will be hosted by the Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society’s Development Office and its interim director, the Rev. David Boyd.

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