As our diocesan deputations to General Convention prepared for our work, we discerned a desire to communicate to the wider church our shared experience of the recent Title IV process around our former bishop’s suspension. In exploring whether to submit a resolution or memorial, we entered conversation with those who served during this time as presidents of our Standing Committees as well as our provisional bishop, the Rt. Rev. Prince Singh.
https://youtu.be/G5x_ue7KkqY Greetings beloved friends, We are gathering for Easter in the midst of so much loss. Two years of this pandemic has drained so much of our energy, individually and collectively. Globally, we have lost more than six million people. We are living in the midst of many wars including the war in Ukraine, where […]
The Rt. Rev. Prince G. SIngh offers a reflection and update after his first forty days serving alongside the Episcopal Dioceses of Eastern and Western Michigan.
The Rt. Rev. Prince Singh, elected provisional bishop by the joint convention in October, offers a word of greeting and a reflection on the upcoming celebration ahead of his arrival to our dioceses in February.
Preparing for the 80th General Convention of The Episcopal Church: An Invitation from the Deputation Chairs
The General Convention normally meets every three years and is the governing body of The Episcopal Church. It is composed of the House of Deputies, with nearly 900 clergy and lay deputies elected from the church’s 109 dioceses and area missions, and the House of Bishops, with over 200 active and retired bishops. Are you […]
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