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Confirmation of Partners and Appointments to COGS Sessional Committees

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/official9687
Date
2010 June 10
Source
Council of General Synod. Minutes
Record Type
Resolution 01-06-10
Date
2010 June 10
Source
Council of General Synod. Minutes
Record Type
Resolution 01-06-10
Mover
Canon Robert Falby
Seconder
Mrs. Susan Winn
Prologue
Report of the Nominating Committee
The Interim Nominating Committee comprised of the Prolocutor Canon Robert Falby, the Deputy Prolocutor Archdeacon Harry Huskins and the Acting General Secretary Sam Carriere presented a slate of nominees for COGS sessional committees and other required positions. (The number required for each position is indicated in brackets.) The Prolocutor invited additional nominations
Officers of General Synod (2)
To be elected: Two representatives, one from the order of clergy and one from the order of laity, from provinces other than those represented by the Prolocutor (Ontario) and the Deputy Prolocutor (Ontario).
Clergy Nominee: The Ven. Sidney Black, Rupert’s Land
Lay Nominee: Ms. Leila Zimmer, BC and Yukon
Nominations were closed.
Planning & Agenda Team (3)
Nominees: The Rt. Rev. James Cowan
- Canon Dr. Randall Fairey
- Mrs. Sue Winn
Resolutions Committee (3)
Nominees: The Rt. Rev. Dennis Drainville
- The Ven. Harry Huskins
- The Ven. Dr. Michael Thompson
The Resolutions Committee is chaired by the Deputy Prolocutor.
Nominations Committee (4)
Nominees: Mr. Ron Chaplin, Ontario
- Mr. Felix Cote-Gadreau, Canada
- The Rev. Chris Harper, Rupert’s Land
- The Rev. Lynn McNaughton, BC & Yukon
The Nominations Committee is chaired by the Deputy Prolocutor.
Expenditures Committee (2)
Nominees: The Rt. Rev. Greg Kerr-Wilson
- Ms. Cynthia Haines Turner
Audit Committee (1)
Nominee: The Rt. [sic i.e. Most] Rev. Colin Johnson
Handbook Concerns Committee
Nominees: Canon Dr. Randall Fairey
The Handbook Concerns Committee is chaired by the Chancellor.
Anglican Award of Merit Committee (5)
To be elected: Five members – one from each Ecclesiastical Province and one from the Canadian Forces.
Nominees: Ms. Katie Scarlett MacGillivray, Ontario
- The Very Rev. Josiah Noel, Canada
- The Rev. Canon Gene Packwood, Rupert’s Land
- Major the Rev. Michelle Staples, Canadian Forces
- Dr. Leila Zimmer, BC and Yukon
The General Secretary, as Warden, chairs the Anglican Award of Merit Committee
Partner to the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada (ELCIC)
Nominee: Ms. Cynthia Haines-Turner
Partner to The Episcopal Church (TEC)
Nominee: The Rt. Rev. James Cowan
Text
That the slate be approved and that those nominated be appointed to the various Council of General Synod sessional committees and partnership positions. CARRIED #01-06-10
Subjects
Anglican Church of Canada - Committees - Membership
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RESOLUTIONS : STRUCTURES WORKING GROUP #029-12-13-03 : Amendment to Section 39 of the Constitution

http://archives.anglican.ca/en/permalink/official10416
Date
2013 March 14-17
Source
Council of General Synod. Minutes
Record Type
Resolution 21-03-13
Date
2013 March 14-17
Source
Council of General Synod. Minutes
Record Type
Resolution 21-03-13
Mover
The Most Rev. Colin Johnson
Seconder
Chancellor David Jones
Prologue
The following resolutions were introduced by Archbishop Johnson.
Text
That this Council of General Synod recommend to General Synod that Section 39 of the Constitution be amended to read as follows:
VIII. Committees
39A. Standing Committees
a) There shall be the following Standing Committees of the General Synod:
-- i) The Pension Committee, which shall be constituted as prescribed in Canon VIII, and
-- ii) The Financial Management Committee, which shall consist of seven members:
--- a) four of which shall be elected by the General Synod, at least one of whom shall be a member of the Council of the General Synod,
--- b) three members shall be appointed by the Primate
--- c) one of the members shall be a member of the Resources for Mission Coordinating Committee.
b) In nomination of persons to be elected or appointed to Standing Committees, geographic representation, expertise, experience and commitment to the ongoing life of the committee shall be the principal criteria. Consideration shall also be given to reflecting the diverse groups and individuals within the church and society. Consideration may be given to representation from churches in full communion with The Anglican Church of Canada.
c) Normally, a person who was a member of a Standing Committee for the two immediately preceding terms will not be elected or appointed to that committee.
d) The Primate, Prolocutor and Deputy Prolocutor may appoint the chair of each standing committee from among the members of the committee.
e) At least 30 days before a regular session of the General Synod, each Standing Committee shall submit to the General Synod Nominating Committee the names of persons to be considered for nomination for membership of the committee for its next term.
f) Each Standing Committee shall report to the General Synod and regularly to the Council of General Synod.
39B. Coordinating Committees
a) There shall be the following Coordinating Committees of the General Synod:
- i) Faith, Worship and Ministry Committee
- ii) Partners in Mission and Ecojustice Committee
- iii) Resources for Mission Committee
- iv) Communications and Information Resources Committee
- v) Anglican Journal Committee.
b) Within its terms of reference and subject to available financial resources and the priorities established by the Council of General Synod, the function of a Coordinating Committee is to co-ordinate and oversee the work which will be performed by staff members, task forces, working groups, or commissions.
c) Each Coordinating Committee shall consist of:
-- i) three members elected by the General Synod
-- ii) at least two members appointed by the Primate,
provided that at least one member shall be a member of the Council of General Synod.
d) The Primate, Prolocutor and Deputy Prolocutor may appoint the chair of each Coordinating Committee from among the members of the committee.
e) In nomination of persons to be elected or appointed to Coordinating Committees, geographic representation, expertise, experience and commitment to the ongoing life of the committee shall be the principal criteria. Consideration shall also be given to reflecting the diverse groups and individuals within the church and society. Consideration may be given to representation from churches in full communion with The Anglican Church of Canada.
f) Normally, a person who was a member of a Co-ordinating Committee for the two immediately preceding terms will not be elected or appointed to that committee.
g) The Council of General Synod may adopt or amend terms of reference for a Co-ordinating Committee; may create additional Co-ordinating Committees; and may divide or amalgamate existing Co-ordinating Committees; all of which shall be subject to confirmation by the General Synod at its next regular session. The terms of reference of each Co-ordinating Committee shall be printed in the Appendices of the Handbook of the General Synod.
h) At least 30 days before a regular session of the General Synod, each Coordinating Committee shall submit to the General Synod Nominating Committee the names of persons to be considered for nomination for membership of the committee for its next term.
i) Each Co-ordinating Committee shall report to the General Synod and regularly to the Council of General Synod.
and that additional changes which refer to these committees be approved in the related sections of the Handbook.
ADOPTED #21-03-13
Subjects
Anglican Church of Canada. General Synod. Constitution
Anglican Church of Canada - Committees
Anglican Church of Canada - Committees - Membership
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