That this National Executive Council commends `A Christian Celebration of Marriage - an Ecumenical Liturgy' for use when the bride and groom come from different Christian denominations, when appropriate and with the permission of the diocesan bishop. CARRIED
"Special Edition". "The 50th Anniversary celebration has four goals: Celebration, Awareness, Fundraising, and Education (or CAFÉ, for short). As part of the 50th Anniversary education goal and justgeneration.ca, PWRDF plans to offer the gift of 50 strengthened new young leaders to the church. 50 youth (ages 16 - 30) will be given opportunities -- through partner visits and cross-cultural learning opportunities -- to deepen their faith and their understanding of development, relief, refugee and global justice issues. It's an opportunity for partners to help shape Canadian Anglican leaders for PWRDF, the Anglican Church and Canadian society for the next 50 years and beyond". "The 50 Leaders project will unfold over 5 years and more detailed plans including criteria and eligibility will be available later this year".