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Gay Jennings: ‘Called into Divine Service’

The Rev. Gay Clark Jennings talked about service to God and to others during Monday Prayer on Saturday. In her final sermon as president of the House of Deputies, she focused on the painting The Calling of St. Matthew by Caravaggio.

BULLETIN: Harris Elected to Lead Deputies

The PHoD is the second-ranking officer of the Episcopal Church.

Gay Jennings to Retire After a Decade of Leadership

"I love watching these younger deputies take on leadership, when it’s challenging for them. Because they’re starting families, they’re starting new careers, and they’re passionate, they love this church."

234 Deputies Have Resigned Over COVID; Others Have Died

More than a fourth of originally certified deputies will skip GC80, including the entire delegations of Cuba, Honduras, and Venezuela.

Almost-Final Slate Set for House of Deputies Elections

Two priests and two lay people are seeking the presidency, and a priest has declared for the vice presidency.

PHoD Field Expands, With More to Come

The Rev. Devon Anderson is the daughter of Bonnie Anderson, who served as president of the House of Deputies from 2006-2012.

General Convention Is a Go, But Expect Dramatic Changes

A shorter schedule with fewer people, for essential business only.

COVID May Prompt Major General Convention Changes

Postponement, a shortened schedule, and robust precautions will all be up for discussion at a May 11 online meeting.

Jennings, 2 Others Have COVID After Executive Council Meeting

The outbreak raises concerns about safety at the July General Convention in Baltimore.

Executive Council Supports Indigenous Initiatives

Studying Episcopal complicity in Indigenous boarding schools, and developing Indigenous clergy and lay leaders.


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