Episcopal Church Gathers for General Convention

The highest earthly authority in the Episcopal Church is the General Convention, which meets every three years, normally in July and August. Last year should have been the year, but COVID-19 had other plans. So the General Convention compressed its work to four days (proving that it can be done), and just wrapped up. The short answer: The Episcopal Church is alive and well, and using Christ’s love to change the world, and you can read all about it from the Episcopal Church News Service.

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