That the Case for the proposed Anglican Appeal, while highlighting the church's work in the North, Overseas and Evangelism, clearly indicate that the whole program of the national church will benefit from the Appeal. CARRIED #73-11-91
That the balance of $195,819 in the Anglican Appeal accounts be used: in 1984 for work in the North and Overseas in the same proportions as those approved for the 1982 Anglican Appeal (64% North / 36% Overseas) to a total of $77,054; and in 1985 for expenditures in the Program Budget for work in the North and Overseas in the amount of $118,765. CARRIED
That the balance in the Johnston Bequest be drawn into income in the 1994 budget in order to address the accumulated deficit.
That this resolution be reworded as follows:
That the accumulated deficits as of December 31, 1993, be retired by drawing into income the amount necessary from the Isabel Johnston Bequest; and that the balance remaining in the Isabel Johnston Bequest be brought into income in 1994. CARRIED
The amended motion was then put and CARRIED #34-11-93.
[In response to an enquiry, it was noted that NEC Motion #57-03-92, regarding the Anglican Annual Appeal, made clear that donors to this Appeal may make specific designations.]
That this NEC authorize SFD [Stewardship and Financial Development] to proceed, in consultation with the Primate, to appoint an Anglican Annual Appeal Committee, as a Sub-Committee of SFD, to begin a process of consultation (with dioceses), goal setting and strategy development. CARRIED #32-11-90
Composition of the Anglican Annual Appeal Committee was proposed as follows: Council of the North (1); Partners in World Mission (1); Evangelism Committee (1); Visionary (1); SFD Financial Development Sub-Committee (1); House of Bishops (1); Larger Diocese Representation (1); Members-at-Large (4), to be named by SFD; The Chairperson (1); to be named by SFD.
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