The Committee on the Nomination of Presidential Presidents takes a historical presence at the General Convention.
For the first time in the history of the Episcopal Church, the committee mixed the nomination for the election of the President of the Presidency to be present at the General Convention in July in order to enter the espionage and epistles prochain évêque presíd de l’Eglise, qui sera élu en 2024.
The report of the 80s General Convention of 2021 to 2022 to create the opportunity for the Assistance Committee to convene for talks with officials, deputies and other participants. The General Convention is the 7th and 14th of July in Baltimore, in Maryland.
«Members of the committee are engaged to enter the largest number of possible episcopal warriors who we have prepared to edit a profile and appeal to the discretion for the second two years 8thPresident of the Episcopal Church “, declared by Chanoine Steven Nishibayashi, co-president of the committee. “We have the opportunity to visit this opportunity to visit the Baltic Sea Church for this convention.”
This is not the only occasion for the episcopate to address the committee, declared by Mark Lattime, the co-president of the committee. “We offer to offer bishops all a series of communion meetings with the committee,” he said. “And we have for the sake of being able to find the best voice for the children and the competencies that make us feel that we have been a president for a long time to lead the Episcopal Church to our life.” »
The details of the presence of the General Assembly of the General Assembly announcing the plans for the first term.
In the course of the reunion of the committee, which is due from 18 to 20 January, the members will determine what will happen to the 81stst reunion of the General Convention, in the course of the 28th President of the Episcopal Church of Sera Elu. This convention is a priority for 2024 in Louisville, Kentucky.
The committee examined the work of its predecessors, who was elected to the 26th election of President Katharine Jefferts Schori in 2006 and President Michael Curry in 2015. ” , and we have the power to learn to work hard », at the Lattime Declaration.
See the communiqués of the press on the works of the commission.