Church-Wide Consultation to be Webcast

The Episcopal Church’s Office of Communications will live webcast the plenary sessions of next week’s Church-Wide Consultation on General Convention Resolution C056, Liturgies for Blessing. The event is taking place in Atlanta on March 18 and 19. Click here for the press release with details of the url and times for this webcast. 

After viewing the webcast, please submit your comments either here on this blog or via email to sclm@episcopalchurch.org.

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We invite your participation in this dialogue about blessing same-gender 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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2 Responses to Church-Wide Consultation to be Webcast

  1. The question was raised- will liturgies being developed include rubrics- the answer generally yes- though General Convention may add/delete/modify as with any material.

  2. When this book is issued in its final form, could the scripture references be published with it, so the book could be taken without taking a Bible along as well. I am impressed with this publication and like using it and teaching from it.

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