SCLM-C056 Flyer

The 2009 General Convention of the Episcopal Church directed the Standing Commission on Liturgy and Music to collect and develop theological and liturgical resources for blessing same-sex relationships (Resolution C056). The Commission is eager to engage the wider church in theological conversation as one among many sources that will inform our work.

The following was posted by the Rev. Keri Aubert, project manager.

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For a quick overview of the Standing Commission on Liturgy and Music’s work on 2009 General Convention Resolution C056, see our new informational flyer at the links below. The four versions offer two print/view formats in both English and Spanish.

SCLM-C056 Flyer – Sept 2010 – Booklet View – English

SCLM-C056 Flyer – Sept 2010 – Booklet View- Spanish

SCLM-C056 Flyer – Sept 2010 – Electronic View – English

 SCLM-C056 Flyer – Sept 2010 – Electronic View – Spanish

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We invite your participation in this dialogue about blessing same-sex relationships. Your responses and observations here will help inform the work of the Standing Commission on Liturgy and Music in our work of developing theological and liturgical resources for such blessings. We hope that this conversation will also be a way to renew and enliven a shared vision of the church’s mission in the world.

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