The Executive Council of the Episcopal Church meets practically from January 24 to 27; plenary sessions will be broadcast live on the Internet
The Executive Council of the Episcopal Church will meet practically from January 24 to 27, given the leader’s decision to suspend all personal meetings sponsored by Domestic and foreign missionary society.
People who want to watch live plenary sessions broadcast online on YouTube.
The Executive Council of the General Convention, an elected body representing the whole Church, implements the programs and policies adopted at the General Convention. His job is to oversee the ministry and mission of the Episcopal Church. This includes responsibility for overseeing the work of the DFMS (Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society), as well as the use of funds and other resources in accordance with the canons of the Episcopal Church and resolutions, orders and budgets adopted or approved by the Episcopal Church, General Convention. This also includes responsibility for overseeing the work of the Office of the General Convention.
The Executive Council consists of 20 members elected by the General Convention (four bishops, four priests or deacons and 12 lay people) and 18 members (one priest and one lay person) elected by province. The Speaker of the Bishop and the President of the House of Representatives are the President and the Vice-President. Other members of the Executive Council are ex officio, with a seat and a vote, but without a vote.
List of members here.