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Mission in the nineteen 90s

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Publication Date
c1991
Material Type
Book : Paper
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
Call Number
BV 2070 M556 1991
Place
Grand Rapids, MI
Publisher
William B. Eerdmans
Publication Date
c1991
Physical_Description
80 p. : ill. ; 28 x 21.5 cm.
Material Type
Book : Paper
Notes
"Edited by Gerald H. Anderson, James M. Phillips, Robert T. Coote".
"This edition first published 1991 jointly by Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Co. ... and Overseas Ministries Study Center". -- p. 2.
"At the 'International Bulletin of Missionary Research' we have taken this occasion to focus attention on the current status and strategy of the Christian world mission, and to assess contemporary trends and issues, in a series of essays on 'Mission in the 1990's' that first appeared in our journal during 1989 and 1990. These articles attracted such interest and attention that we have decided to make them available to a wider public. They are published here in the order in which they first appeared in the 'Bulletin'." -- Foreword.
Collection of seventeen essays by international mission leaders including Archbishop Desmond Tutu.
Foreword printed on inside front cover.
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents: Foreword / Gerald H. Anderson -- The Evangelicals: Unwavering Commitment, Troublesome Divisions / Arthur F. Glasser -- The Church as Servant of the Coming Kingdom / Michael Amaladoss -- Challenges and Hindrances to the Unfinished Task / Johannes Verkuyl -- Mission Tomorrow: Nothing Will Be Easy / Anna Marie Aagaard -- The Christian Message Versus "Modern" Culture / Lesslie Newbigin -- Mission in Service of God's Reign / Barbara Hendricks -- Toward the Globalization and Integrity of Mission / C. Rene Padilla -- The Role of the People of God in the Divine Enterprise / Desmond M. Tutu -- Rediscovering the Biblical Worldview for Effective Mission / Neuza Itioka -- The Pillars of Mission in Asia / C.G. Arevalo -- Holistic Mission, from an Orthodox Perspective / Bishop Anastasios -- Fifteen Changes for Tomorrow's Mission / Ralph D. Winter -- The Poor: Starting Point for Mission / Mary Motte -- The "Old, Old Story" and Contemporary Crises / Emilio Castro -- Toward a New Paradigm of Mission / David J. Bosch -- The Pentecostal/Charismatic Contribution to World Evangelization / L. Grant McClung, Jr. -- The Status of the Christian World Mission in the 1990s / David B. Barrett -- Christian Mission and Religious Pluralism: A Selected Bibliography of 175 Books in English, 1970-1990 / Gerald H. Anderson -- 150 Outstanding Books for Mission Studies / Editors, International Bulletin of Missionary Research.
Added Entry
Anderson, Gerald H., 1930-
Philips, James M., 1929-
Coote, Robert T., 1932-
'International Bulletin of Missionary Research
Mission in the 1990s
Aagaard, Anna Marie, 1935-
Amaladoss, Michael, 1936-
Anastasios, Bishop
Arevalo, C.G. (Catalino G.), 1925-
Barrett, David B. (David Brian), 1927-2011
Bosch, David J. (David Jacobus), 1929-1992
Castro, Emilio, 1927-2013
Glasser, Arthur F. (Arthur Frederick), 1914-2009
Hendricks, Barbara (Barbara Clare), 1925-2010
Itioka, Neuza, 1942-
McClung, L. Grant
Motte, Mary (Mary Margaret), 1936-
Newbigin, Lesslie (James Edward Lesslie), 1909-1998
Padilla, C. Rene, 1932-
Tutu, Desmond M. (Desmond Mpilo), 1931-
Verkuyl, Johannes, 1908-2001
Winter, Ralph D. (Ralph Dana), 1924-2009
Subjects
Missions - 20th century
Missions - 20th century - Statistics
Missions - Theory - Bibliography
ISBN
0-8028-0542-6
Call Number
BV 2070 M556 1991
Location
Trinity College (Graham Library)
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A journey of spiritual renewal : Anglican Indigenous Circle : July 1997

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/article33695
Author
Bomberry, Donna
Morrison, Catherine
Journal
Ministry Matters
Date
1997 Spring

People : New Zealand

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/article33878
Journal
Anglican World
Date
2006 Trinity
Journal
Anglican World
Date
2006 Trinity
Issue
122
Page
57
Notes
"The Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia has opted for a new model of shared leadership that honours its three-Tikanga structure. The Primacy of the church will be amended constitutionally to comprise the three senior bishops, each carrying the title of Archbishop and Co-presiding Bishop. General Synod/te Hinota Whanio, meeting in Christchurch, named Bishop Brown Turei (Te Pihopa o Aotearoa), Bishop Jabez Bryce (Pasefika) and Bishop David Moxon (Pakeha) to form the new-model Primacy, with the expectation that they would share the joint role fully and publicly. Until the necessary legislative changes have been made, Bishop Brown will receive the formal title of Primate, described as 'holding the taonga of leadership'. The new Archbishops will each retain their present episcopal roles, but will be supported in their primatial duties by the other bishops and the General Synod Standing Committee".
Subjects
Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia - Bishops
Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia - Government
Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia. Primate
Turei, Brown (William Brown), 1924-2017
Bryce, Jabez (Jabez Leslie), 1935-2010
Moxon, David (David John), 1951-
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Life in the Congregations : Matters of character and the inner life

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/article30627
Author
Percy, Harold (Harold John), 1942-
Journal
Ministry Matters
Date
2003 Fall
Author
Percy, Harold (Harold John), 1942-
Journal
Ministry Matters
Date
2003 Fall
Volume
10
Issue
3
Page
24
Notes
The author is working his way through an acrostic, based on the word "GROW" as it relates to making disciples and Christian life. In the previous column he discussed the letter"G" which stands for "getting closer to God". In this column he deals with "R" which stands for "renovation of the heart". "This part of discipleship has to do with matters of character and the inner life. It has to do with the type of person we are becoming as we seek to follow Jesus more intentionally and more faithfully." "An important part of the good news of the gospel is that God loves us so much he accepts us just as we are. .... An equally important part of the good news is that God loves us so much he has no intention of leaving us as he found us. The Christian life is about change, and a large part of this change is personal transformation -- `renovation of the heart'." "The goal here is not perfection; it is growth. We want to become, and to help others become, more and more like Jesus in thought, character, attitude, behavior and purpose. It is this ongoing transformation -- this renovation of the heart -- that is proof of God's presence and work in our lives. Congregations that help their people to grow in this way truly bring glory to God. They are magnetic; these are the types of congregations that people want to be part of".
Subjects
Christian life - Anglican Church of Canada
Congregational development - Anglican Church of Canada
Discipling (Christianity) - Anglican Church of Canada
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International Anglican Family Network : Abandoned Children

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/article31014
Journal
Anglican World
Date
2004 New Year (2003 / 2004)
Journal
Anglican World
Date
2004 New Year (2003 / 2004)
Issue
112
Page
[23]-[34]
Notes
Issue of IAFN Newsletter included as part of the Anglican World for New Year 2003/2004. An editorial and series of short reports from different agencies and countries about "Abandoned Children." "[C]hildren fending for themselves in the face of disease and danger; not only without adequate material necessities, but also without the love and emotional support that all human beings need to thrive". "The provision of refuges for children who have been living on the streets, including health care and education demonstrate the practical power of Christian love."
Subjects
Children - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Street children - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Abandoned children - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Child welfare - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Church work with children - Anglican Communion
Children - Papua New Guinea
Abandoned children - Papua New Guinea
Children - Religious aspects - Church of the Province of Melanesia
Children - Brazil
Street children - Brazil
Street children - Religious aspects - Episcopal Anglican Church of Brazil
Child welfare - Brazil
Children - Bolivia
Children - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of the Southern Cone of America
Church work with children - Anglican Church of the Southern Cone of America
Anglican Church of the Southern Cone of America. Diocese of Bolivia
Children - Argentina
Anglican Church of the Southern Cone of America. Diocese of Northern Argentina
Day care centres - Argentina
Day care centres - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of the Southern Cone of America
Street children - Burundi
Street children - Religious aspects - Church of the Province of Burundi
Children - Rwanda
Abandoned children - Rwanda
Abandoned children - Religious aspects - Church of the Province of Rwanda
Children - Sudan
Abandoned children - Sudan
Child soldiers - Sudan
Children - Religious aspects - Episcopal Church of the Sudan
Children - South Africa
Abandoned children - South Africa
Nelson Mandela Children's Fund
Children - Lithuania
Abandoned children - Lithuania
Church of England. Diocese of Gibraltar in Europe. Archdeaconry of Scandinavia and Germany
Children - Romania
Abandoned children - Romania
Church of England. Diocese of Gibraltar in Europe. Eastern Archdeaconry
Orphanages - Romania
Children - Estonia
Street children - Estonia
Church work with children - Estonian Evangelical Lutheran Church
Children - Indonesia
Abandoned children - Indonesia
Church work with children - Salvation Army
Children - Scotland
Runaway children - Scotland
Children - Great Britain
Youth - Great Britain
Buttle Trust
Children - Pacific Area
Children and violence - Pacific Area
War toys - Religious aspects - Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia
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The scandal of biblical illiteracy

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/article31047
Author
Percy, Harold (Harold John), 1942-
Journal
Ministry Matters
Date
2004 Winter
Author
Percy, Harold (Harold John), 1942-
Journal
Ministry Matters
Date
2004 Winter
Volume
11
Issue
1
Page
24
Notes
The author is working his way through an acronym, based on the word "GROW" as it relates to making disciples and Christian life. In previous columns he discussed the letter"G" which stands for "getting closer to God" and "R" which stands for "renovation of the heart". In this column he discusses "O" which "stands for `overview of the faith', which has to do with understanding the content of our faith. This is the story that is told in the Bible, and from the Bible in our creeds and eucharistic prayers." "We immediately have a problem here, because one of the realities of our situation, and one that we really don't like to talk about too much is the undeniable fact that the majority of people in our churches are functionally biblically illiterate". "The need here is to be proactive and creative in finding ways to give people an overview of the Bible, with some understanding of where it came from, how it is arranged, and the social and historical contexts in which the various books were composed. .... In all of this we want to be able to give them meaningful help in how to read the Bible for understanding, guidance, nourishment, and spiritual growth".
Subjects
Bible - Study and teaching - Anglican Church of Canada
Bible - Devotional use - Anglican Church of Canada
Bible - Reading
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Two for One : The Palaces of the Archbishop

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Author
Roberts, Kelly
Sparks, Margaret
Journal
Anglican World
Date
2003 Easter
Author
Roberts, Kelly
Sparks, Margaret
Journal
Anglican World
Date
2003 Easter
Issue
109
Page
26-29
Notes
A history and description of the two residences of the Archbishop of Canterbury. Lambeth Palace, in London, is the Archbishop of Canterbury's official residence. The house, now known as the Old Palace, was repaired and re-opened in 1901. "Since then the house has been known as the Old Palace. It has been used by all subsequent archbishops when in Canterbury and still keeps its ancient function as a place of hospitality".
Subjects
Lambeth Palace
Old Palace (Canterbury, Kent)
Church of England. Archbishop of Canterbury
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Decade of Evangelism : How to share our deepest convictions

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/article30152
Author
Percy, Harold (Harold John), 1942-
Journal
Ministry Matters
Date
1998 Spring
Author
Percy, Harold (Harold John), 1942-
Journal
Ministry Matters
Date
1998 Spring
Volume
5
Issue
2
Page
8-9
Notes
"Perhaps one of the most significant contributions of the Decade has been that it has pulled evangelism out of the shadows and forced us to talk and think about it." "There has also been a greater acceptance that evangelism is a ministry in its ownright. No longer does the word evoke the automatic response: `Everything we do is evangelism.' There is awareness, to be sure, that other ministries of the church will do much to affect the integrity and effectiveness of our evangelistic efforts, but the ministry itself -- getting the story out and inviting outsiders in -- is not so frequently confused with or identified with these other ministries". "We speak of `post-Christendom' and `post-modernity', understanding that culture no longer leads people into our churches. The Judeo-Christian narrative no longer has a monopoly on the spiritual and ethical formation of Canadians". "One of the major challenges for the immediate future remains that of continuing to develop a distinctly Anglican style of evangelism that will not only respect the dignity of those we seek to reach, but also engage them with an informed and articulate explanation of the Gospel and a sensitive invitation to join up with the people of God and learn to follow Christ".
Subjects
Decade of Evangelism - Anglican Church of Canada
Evangelism - Anglican Church of Canada
Evangelistic work - Anglican Church of Canada
Postmodernism - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
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How disciples are made : Life in the Congregations

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/article30267
Author
Percy, Harold (Harold John), 1942-
Journal
Ministry Matters
Date
2003 Spring
Author
Percy, Harold (Harold John), 1942-
Journal
Ministry Matters
Date
2003 Spring
Volume
10
Issue
2
Page
22
Notes
"In the last few columns I worked through an acrostic on the word "VITAL", indicating what I believe to be five of the keys issues we need to focus on as we lead our congregations to new levels of vitality and health. In those columns I suggested that the letter "T" stands for "training in discipleship". I am more and more convinced that this is the key to everything else that we do in congregational life. In the next few columns I want to offer you another acrostic, this time on the word "GROW", that will highlight some of the important elements involved in helping the people in our care to move past church membership and attendance to committed discipleship." "`G' stands for `getting closer to God'." "`R' stands for `renovation of the heart'." "`O' stands for `overview of the faith'." "`W' stands for `working it out in the details of life'." "Churches that understand that they are in the business of making disciples; churches whose bottom line is changed lives, are exciting places to be. People are attracted to them because they minister to them in the very depths of their souls. We will look at these elements in more detail in the next few columns".
Subjects
Christian life - Anglican Church of Canada
Discipling (Christianity) - Anglican Church of Canada
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Rural Church Conferences

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/article30368
Author
Barrett, H. Bern (H. Bernard), 1929-2011
Hatfield, Leonard F. (Leonard Fraser), 1919-2001
Prince, Samuel Henry, 1886-1960
Journal
Bulletin [Council for Social Service]
Date
[1957]
Author
Barrett, H. Bern (H. Bernard), 1929-2011
Hatfield, Leonard F. (Leonard Fraser), 1919-2001
Prince, Samuel Henry, 1886-1960
Journal
Bulletin [Council for Social Service]
Date
[1957]
Issue
167
Page
1-10
Notes
"Canadian Anglicans in recent years have been making a significant contribution to International Conferences of Rural Church Life, and the year 1956 was no exception in this respect. The only Canadian members of the International Travel Seminar and Conference at Bossey were Anglicans. Canadian participation was made possible by the generous co-operation and support of the Town and Country Church Division of the Episcopal Church, which together with the Council for Social Service, made it possible for two delegates, the Reverend Dr. S.H. Prince, of Halifax, and the Reverend H.B. Barrett, of the Anglican Theological College of British Columbia, to attend. .... Similarly, the Anglican group from Canada were the only substantial representation from outside the United States at the St. Louis Rural Church Conference held in October last year. The reports of the two Canadian delegates to Bossey constitute the main body of material in this Bulletin. We are grateful for these reports. They provide helpful insights concerning rural life overseas and many useful suggestions for our Canadian Church and its Rural Church Programme." -- Intro.
Contents: Introduction / Leonard F. Hatfield -- The Church and Rural Life I : An account of the 1956 International Conference at the Ecumenical Institute, Chateau de Bossey, Switzerland, with some findings of a preliminary survey of Rural Europe / Samuel Henry Prince -- The Church and Rural Life II : A personal report of the Study Tour in Europe August 1-27; Conference at Bossey August 29-September 4, 1956 / H.B. Barrett -- The Rural Church in the News / Leonard F. Hatfield -- Recent Additions to the Council's Library.
Subjects
Rural areas
Rural areas - Religious aspects - Christianity
Agriculture - Europe
Agriculture - Religious aspects - Christianity
Christianity and agriculture
Christianity - Europe - 20th century
Rural churches - Canada
Rural churches - Anglican Church of Canada
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Steps on a healing path : Jubilee visions offer hope

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/article28521
Author
Morrison, Catherine
Journal
Ministry Matters
Date
2000 Winter
Author
Morrison, Catherine
Journal
Ministry Matters
Date
2000 Winter
Volume
7
Issue
1
Page
11-12
Notes
"Our hope as church, society and Aboriginal peoples rests in establishing new relationships of trust and promise and working together for a better future. Jubilee with its three themes -- release from bondage, redistribution of wealth, and renewal of earth -- is a vision that speaks with potential and hope to Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people alike. It is a vision that we have been living in the church for some time." Includes highlights of the new relationship between the Anglican Church and Aboriginal peoples, since 1969, such as the Hendry Report, Native Convocations, Council of Native Ministries and Aboriginal Covenant.
"This article is adapted from a presentation Ms. Morrison made to the synod of the diocese of Cariboo."
N.B. The story mistakenly says that "Then in 1995 the church agreed to support a National Native Convocation" (p. 11). This should say "in 1985 the church agreed". The first Native Convocation took place in Fort Qu'Appelle in Saskatchewan in 1988.
This article was also reprinted `Open' vol. 47 no. 2, Summer 2001, pp. 9-10.
Subjects
Indians of North America - Canada - Anglican Church of Canada
Native peoples - Canada - Anglican Church of Canada
Jubilee (Christianity) - Anglican Church of Canada
Indian residential schools - Canada - Anglican Church of Canada
Hendry Report [Beyond Traplines: does the church really care ? 1979]
Canada. Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples
Anglican Church of Canada. Native Convocation (1st : 1988 : Fort Qu'Appelle, Sask.)
Sacred Circle
Native Covenant (1994)
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Apology and acceptance

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/article28533
Author
Peers, Michael G. (Michael Geoffrey), 1934-
Smith, Vi, 1916-2001
Journal
Ministry Matters
Date
2000 Winter
Author
Peers, Michael G. (Michael Geoffrey), 1934-
Smith, Vi, 1916-2001
Journal
Ministry Matters
Date
2000 Winter
Volume
7
Issue
1
Page
24
Notes
Text of the apology offered by the Primate, Archbishop Michael Peers, to the National Native Convocation, Minaki, Ont., Friday, August 6, 1993. Also includes text of the Response to the Primate at the National Native Convocation delivered by Vi Smith, on behalf of the elders and participants, Minaki, Ont., Saturday, August 7, 1993.
This material was also reprinted as "A message from the Primate, Archbishop Michael Peers, to the National Native Convocation" in `Open' vol. 47 no. 2, Summer 2001, p. 11.
Subjects
Apologies - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
Peers, Michael G. (Michael Geoffrey), 1934-
Smith, Vi, 1916-2001
Indian residential schools - Canada - Anglican Church of Canada
Anglican Church of Canada. Native Convocation (2nd : 1993 : Kenora, Ont.)
Sacred Circle
Indians of North America - Canada - Anglican Church of Canada
Native peoples - Canada - Anglican Church of Canada
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Native Anglicans gather for historic convocation

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/article347
Author
Hames, Jerry (Jerrold F.), 1940-
Journal
Canadian Churchman
Date
1988 November
Author
Hames, Jerry (Jerrold F.), 1940-
Journal
Canadian Churchman
Date
1988 November
Volume
114
Issue
9
Page
17
Notes
"About 180 native people, some from the most isolated communities in the country, gathered here last month [28 September - 5 October 1988] for the first native convocation in Anglican Church history. In attendance were nearly all of the native Indian priests and deacons in the church and a lay member from each native congregation. Only nine of the Canadian church's 30 dioceses were not represented". "Although it was suggested they might wish to seek an official apology from General Synod for the past actions of the church (as native people sought and received from the General Council of the United Church), this did not form part of their final message to the church. Neither was there a request for a native bishop which had been suggested as a way in which all aboriginal people could be represented and recognized. They did decide to hold another convocation to be held in three years, probably in Keewatin diocese. The Inuit of Arctic diocese chose not to participate at this convocation, because they saw it as an `Indian' event. But Rev. Joshua Arreak of Salluit, NWT, an observer, said he would return to his diocese with the recommendation that the Inuit participate in the next convocation." Includes photos. One photo has caption "About 90 Indian clergy and deacons were among those gathered at Fort Qu'Appelle, Sask."
Subjects
Anglican Church of Canada. Native Convocation (1st : 1988 : Fort Qu'Appelle, Sask.)
Sacred Circle
Anglican Church of Canada. Sacred Circle (1st : 1988 : Fort Qu'Appelle, Sask.)
Indians of North America - Canada - Anglican Church of Canada
Native peoples - Canada - Anglican Church of Canada
Inuit - Anglican Church of Canada
Apologies - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
Native bishops - Anglican Church of Canada
Native clergy - Anglican Church of Canada
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Press release : Native "Dream" leads Anglican Church to historic national television broadcast

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/article572
Journal
News service de nouvelles
Date
1989 April 27
Journal
News service de nouvelles
Date
1989 April 27
Notes
Announcement that Anglican Church of Canada would launch its first production on Vision TV with a showing of "Share the Dream", the video from the first Native Convocation held 28 September to 5 October 1988 in Fort Qu'Appelle, Sask.
Subjects
Share the Dream [Video recording]
Indians of North America - Canada - Anglican Church of Canada
Native peoples - Canada - Anglican Church of Canada
Anglican Church of Canada. Native Convocation (1st : 1988 : Fort Qu'Appelle, Sask.)
Vision TV (Canada)
Sacred Circle
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Report of the General Secretary #033-08-09-05 : Motions regarding the Anglican Consultative Council

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Date
2009 May 8-10
Source
Council of General Synod Minutes
Record Type
Resolution 03-05-09
Date
2009 May 8-10
Source
Council of General Synod Minutes
Record Type
Resolution 03-05-09
Prologue
Archdeacon Michael Pollesel presented his report. Members had been asked to vote by electronic ballot on two subjects since the November 2008 Council meeting.
Motions regarding the Anglican Consultative Council
Archdeacon Pollesel read into the minutes the results of the electronic balloting which ended on March 31, 2009.
- 1. That the Council of the General Synod concurs in/ratifies the proposed Incorporation of the Anglican Consultative Council as outlined in the letter of 10 December 2008 from the Secretary General of the Anglican Communion to the General Secretary of the General Synod.
- Results of the electronic ballot: Resolution 1: 4 yes, 24 no DEFEATED
Text
2. That the Council of the General Synod concurs in/ratifies the proposed Incorporation of the Anglican Consultative Council as outlined in the letter of 10 December 2008 from the Secretary General of the Anglican Communion to the General Secretary of the General Synod provided that Article 2.2 of the Articles of Association is amended by substituting the word “Council” for the words “Standing Committee.’
Results of the electronic ballot: Resolution 2: 24 yes, 4 no CARRIED #03-05-09
Notes
3. That the Council of the General Synod concurs in/ratifies the proposal to include five members of the Primates' Standing Committee in the membership of both the Anglican Consultative Council and its Standing Committee.
Results of the electronic ballot: Resolution 3: 6 yes, 22 no. DEFEATED
Subjects
Anglican Consultative Council
Incorporation - Religious aspects - Anglican Communion
Anglican Consultative Council - Membership
Anglican Consultative Council. Constitution
Anglican Consultative Council. Standing Committee
Anglican Communion. Primates' Meeting. Standing Committee
Anglican Communion - Primates
Electronic voting - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
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Report of the General Secretary #033-08-09-05 : Motion regarding the nomination of Ms. Michèle George as Treasurer

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Date
2009 May 8-10
Source
Council of General Synod Minutes
Record Type
Resolution 04-05-09
Date
2009 May 8-10
Source
Council of General Synod Minutes
Record Type
Resolution 04-05-09
Prologue
Archdeacon Pollesel read into the minutes the results of the electronic balloting which ended on April 3, 2009.
- That the Council of the General Synod confirms the Prmate's nomination of Ms. Michèle George as Treasurer of General Synod.
- Results of the electronic ballot: 26 members confirmed the nomination and none were opposed. CARRIED #04-05-09
Text
Archdeacon Pollesel acknowledged with thanks the work of Mr. Michael Herrera who served as Interim Treasurer following the resignation of Mr. Peter Blachford, and introduced Ms. Michèle George.
Subjects
George, Michele
Anglican Church of Canada. General Synod. Treasurer
Electronic voting - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
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Report of the General Synod Planning Committee #026-03-05-11 : Theme for General Synod 2007 #026-04-05-11

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Date
2005 November 17-20
Source
Council of General Synod Minutes
Record Type
Resolution 19-11-05
Date
2005 November 17-20
Source
Council of General Synod Minutes
Record Type
Resolution 19-11-05
Mover
Dean Peter Wall
Seconder
Ms. Barbara Burrows
Prologue
Dean Peter Wall presented the report and spoke to the proposed theme for General Synod. He said that the committee had received replies on the proposed theme from the Standing Committees, Councils and Boards. As a result the original theme "Draw the Circle Wide" has been expanded to "Draw the Circle Wide ... Draw it Wider Still". Dean Wall said that the Planning Committee believes that the theme speaks of the inclusivity of our church -- inclusive of all people and all perspective and points of view. The open circle, envisioned in graphics, supports the idea that all is not yet revealed; that all are not yet part of our circle; and that we are opening and welcoming.
General Synod will meet from June 19-25, 2007 in Winnipeg, MB. The committee is in final negotiations with two downtown hotels, as the University of Manitoba, could no longer guarantee the required number of bedrooms.
Text
That the Council of General Synod approve 'Draw the Circle Wide ... Draw It Wider Still' as the theme for General Synod 2007. CARRIED #19-11-05
Subjects
Anglican Church of Canada. General Synod (38th : 2007 : Winnipeg, Man.)
Anglican Church of Canada. General Synod (38th : 2007 : Winnipeg, Man.) - Theme
Inclusivity - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
Wall, Peter A. (Peter Allan), 1951-
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Report of the Nominating Committee

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Date
1989 June 15-23
Source
General Synod. Minutes
Record Type
Act 89
Date
1989 June 15-23
Source
General Synod. Minutes
Record Type
Act 89
Mover
Ven. J.B. Boyles
Seconder
Rt. Rev. M. Genge
Prologue
Archdeacon Boyles presented the revised report of nominations to Standing Committees:
Text
That this General Synod accept the report of the Nominating Committee with respect to membership on Standing Committees, as follows:
[*Denotes returning committee member.]
Administration and Finance Committee
Mr. Peter Colbert Moosonee
Van. Ian Dingwall Niagara
Mrs. Joan Gibb Quebec
Most Rev. Douglas Hambidge* NewWestminster
Ven. Harold Hazen* Fredericton
Canon Michael Iveson Ottawa
Ms. Marlene Olson Athabasca
Mrs. Mary Robertson Yukon
Mr. David Spencer Montreal
Rev. Richard Spencer* British Columbia
Rt. Rev. Robert Townshend Huron
Mrs. Ann Wainwright Toronto
Anglican Book Centre
Rev. Canon Mervyn Awcock Quebec
Rt. Rev. Mark Genge* Central Newfoundland
Miss Grace Hutchings Huron
Doctrine and Worship
Dr. George Black* Huron
Very Rev. Jim Cruickshank* New Westminster
Ms. Aimee Dopking Ontario
Rev. Canon John Flynn Saskatoon
Rt. Rev. Joachim Fricker* Toronto
Mr. David Hall Central Newfoundland
Rev. Mary Holmen* Rupert's Land
Dr. Miriam Hutton Rupert's Land
Rev. Pat Johnston Ottawa
Very Rev. Gordon Light* Cariboo
Rev. Paul Farthing Montrreal
Rev. David Reid Nova Scotia
Very Rev. Duncan Wallace Qu'Appelle
Rev. Dr. John Webster Toronto
Rt. Rev. Chris Williams Arctic
Inter-Church / Inter-Faith Relations
Rev. Alyson Barnett-Cowan Brandon
Rev. Stewart Bellows Western Newfoundland
Rev. Sister Benedetta, C.S.C. Niagara
Rev. Jim Cowan* Qu'Appelle
Rt. Rev. Barry Curtis Calgary
Mrs. Mary Lou Hynes Fredericton
Rev. Canon Tom Little Toronto
Rev. David Maynard Cariboo
Mrs. Margaret McKeith Saskatoon
Very Rev. Austin Munroe Nova Scotia
Rt. Rev. Percy O'Driscoll Huron
Rev. Canon Peter O'Flynn Kootenay
Miss Bonnie Schroeder Algoma
Rev. Jagdutt Singh Edmonton
Dr. Shirley Spragge Ontario
The Journal
Very Rev. Robert Blackwell Saskatoon
Ven. Noel Goater Algoma
Rev. Hollis Hiscock Eastern Newfoundland and Labrardo
Rt. Rev. Derwyn Jones Huron
Mrs. Bernice Lawrence Saskatchewan
Mr. Keith Nunn Toronto
Rt. Rev. Taylor Pryce Toronto
Ven. Harry Quinn* Fredericton
Mr. David Tinker Niagara
Mrs. Mary Lou Workman Ontario
Long Range Planning
Mr. Peter Bedford-Jones Niagara
Rev. Allan Brake Eastern Newfoundland and Labrador
Rev. Barbara Clay New Westminster
Rev. Canon Laurie Dexter Arctic
Mrs. Georgi Doyle* Toronto
Mrs. Norma Farquharson Calgary
Rev. Canon William Graham Huron
Ven. Robert MacRae* British Columbia
Very Rev. Harold Munn Edmonton
Miss Elizabeth Parker Montreal
Rt. Rev. Leslie Peterson* Algoma
Mr. Gerry Rayner* Ottawa
Very Rev. Bruce Stavert* Saskatoon
Rev. Wilfred Sullivan Central Newfoundland
Rev. Barry Thorley Fredericton
Ministry
Rev. Ben Arreak Arctic
Mrs. Dawn Barrett Eastern Newfoundland and Labrador
Rev. Canon Rosemary Anne* SSJD Edmonton
Rev. Bryan Bjerring Rupert's Land
Rec. Lydia Constant Brandon
Mrs. Anne Davidson Calgary
Mrs. Sylvia Hokansson Niagara
Rt. Russell Hatton* Nova Scotia
Rev. Raymond Jensen Quebec
Rev. Dr. Peter Mason* Toronto
Ven. Louis Rivers* New Westminster
Rev. Paul Robinson Kootenay
Very Rev. Jerry Smith Moosonee
Rev. Canon Ian Stuchbery Montreal
Mrs. Joan Werrun British Columbia
Organization
Ven. James Boyles Calgary
Mr. Brian Burrows* Edmonton
Very Rev. Arthur Churchill Western Newfoundland
Dr. Abbot Conway* Montreal
Mrs. Rendina Hamilton Kootenay
Mrs. Lorna Janze Caledonia
Mrs. Jean McCann* Arctic
Very Rev. Paul Carr Keewatin
Mr. Din Oosterbaan Algoma
Rt. Rev. Arthur Peters Nova Scotia
Mr. Douglas Reeves Toronto
Mr. Ernest Reid Eastern Newfoundland and Labrador
Mrs. Betty Scovil Fredericton
Rev. Canon Peter Tett Huron
Mr. Rob Welch Niagara
Pensions
Rt. Rev. James Allan Keewatin
Rt. Rev. Arthur Brown* Toronto
Mr. Charles Burke Niagara
Mr. Kenneth Lemon* Huron
Rev. Canon Alan McLeod* Caledonia
Rev. William Noel Western Newfoundland
Program
Ms. Donna Bomberry* Niagara
Mr. Alex Chisholm Kootenay
Ven. Peter Coffin Ottawa
Ms. Roseanne Crossman Qu'Appelle
Ms. Susan Henderson* Rupert's Land
Dr. Diane Maybee Ontario
Mr. Bertram McKay Caledonia
Rev. Alice Medcof Toronto
Rt. Rev. Thomas Morgan Saskatchewan
Rev. Dr. Susan Moxley Nova Scotia
Miss Nancy Quinton New Westminster
Rev. Canon Lynn Ross* Quebec
Rev. Michael Rowe Montreal
Rev. Canon Edward Schmitt Edmonton
Mrs. Elizabeth Stewart* British Columbia
Stewardship and Financial Development
Mr. Dale Ahenakew Saskatchewan
Rev. David Ashdown* Qu'Appelle
Ms. Mary Baker Montreal
Rev. Canon David Busby Toronto
Ven. John Clarke Athabasca
Rev. Edward Coleman Central Newfoundland
Rev. Richard Condo Rupert's Land
Rev. Jim Dugan Huron
Mrs. Betty Gore Cariboo
Dr. Martin Hendy* New Westminster
Rt. Rev. George Lemmon Fredericton
Rt. Rev. Stewart Payne* Western Newfoundland
Mr. Thomas Roach Calgary
Mr. Keith Shepherd* Ottawa
Very Rev. Michael Wimmer Caledonia
CARRIED Act 89
Notes
*Denotes returning committee member.
Subjects
Anglican Church of Canada. General Synod. Nominating Committee
Anglican Church of Canada - Committees - Membership
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Youth Initiatives

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/official9469
Date
2007 November 16-18
Source
Council of General Synod Minutes
Record Type
Resolution 11-11-07
Date
2007 November 16-18
Source
Council of General Synod Minutes
Record Type
Resolution 11-11-07
Prologue
Dean Peter Wall and Ms. Judy Steers gave a presentation on Youth Initiatives. Dean Wall presented a history, noting that while it was mandated in the 1995 strategic plan that dioceses were in the best position to do youth ministry, only five currently have full time youth ministry staff. In 2004, the 'Framework' identified youth work as a priority. A brief summary was given of youth initiatives undertaken since then: the 'Ask & Imagine' Program; Justice Camps; the youth website 'generation.anglican.ca'; plans for the first youth ministry forum to take place in London in June 2008; and the PWRDF Youth Initiative 'just.generation.ca'. Dean Wall and Ms. Steers responded to Council’s questions.
As an alternate to referred General Synod Resolution C005, it was proposed:
That this Council establish a Youth Initiatives Reference Group to draft a policy base, strategic objectives and a budget proposal for work in youth ministries at the national level,
That the Youth Initiatives Reference Group participate in the Generation 2008 conference in order to assist them in their work,
That the Youth Initiatives Reference Group be named by the nominating committee and include the members of Council named to the Board of Ask and Imagine, at least one youth member of Council, a member of the Faith Worship and Ministry Committee, and persons involved with other aspects of youth ministry/initiatives (eg justice camps, PWRDF youth initiatives, diocesan youth leadership …)
That the Youth Initiatives Reference Group report to the Council in November, 2008 with concrete proposals, including budgetary recommendations for the 2009 budget.
After considerable discussion, the proposal was amended to read:
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That this Council establish a Youth Initiatives Taskforce to review present work in youth initiatives and draft a policy base, strategic objectives and a budget proposal for work in youth ministries at the national level,
That the Youth Initiatives Taskforce participate in the Generation 2008 conference in order to assist them in their work,
That the Youth Initiatives Taskforce be appointed by the nominating committee of the Council of General Synod and include the members of Council named to the Board of Ask and Imagine, at least one youth member of Council, a member of the Faith Worship and Ministry Committee, and persons involved with other aspects of youth ministry/initiatives (eg justice camps, PWRDF youth initiatives, diocesan youth leadership …)
That the Youth Initiatives Taskforce report to the Council in November, 2008 with concrete proposals, including budgetary recommendations for the 2009 budget. CARRIED BY CONSENSUS #11-11-07
Subjects
Anglican Church of Canada. Council of General Synod. Youth Initiatives Taskforce
Anglican Church of Canada. Council of General Synod. Youth Initiatives Taskforce - Membership
Youth - Religious aspects - Anglican Church of Canada
Youth in the Anglican Church of Canada
Ask and Imagine
Steers, Judy
Wall, Peter A. (Peter Allan), 1951-
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(viii) Correspondence

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/official8477
Date
1969 November 3-7
Source
House of Bishops Minutes
Record Type
Resolution
Date
1969 November 3-7
Source
House of Bishops Minutes
Record Type
Resolution
Mover
Bishop of Georgian Bay
Seconder
Bishop of Mackenzie
Prologue
There was further discussion on policy with regard to the opening of our records to researchers.
Text
"That the President of the Church Historical Society be requested to confer with Dr. Millman on guidelines for granting use of the Minutes of the House of Bishops and suggestions as to necessary elapsed time advisable before confidential material should be made available to historical researchers."
Subjects
Canadian Church Historical Society
Anglican Church of Canada - Archives
Anglican Church of Canada. General Synod Archives
Anglican Church of Canada. House of Bishops - Minutes
Anglican Church of Canada - Records and correspondence - Access control
Millman, Thomas R. (Thomas Reagh), 1905-1996
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