1. That there be established an Anglican Award of Merit in recognition of the Christian witness of lay people, not necessarily members of the Anglican Church of Canada.
2. That the General Secretary of General Synod be designated Warden and Registrar of the Award and chairman of a committee appointed by the National Executive Council to recommend annually to the Council potential recipients of the Award.
3. That the National Executive Council, on nomination of the committee, determine the number of awards to be made annually.
4. That a suitable certificate and medal be given to each recipient. CARRIED #17-11-86
A bursary has been established in honor of Canon Eugene Fairweather, a well-known ecumenist and Anglican church scholar. Funds will go to candidates from the diocese of Nova Scotia for study at a theological school.
That NEC adopt the recommendation of the Anglican Award of Merit Committee that Awards be granted by NEC at the last meeting of NEC before each General Synod; that a report be presented at General Synod; and that the Awards continue to be presented by the Primate in the recipient's home parish. CARRIED #02-05-94
Archdeacon Jim Boyles, Warden, presented the report.
That the following persons receive the Anglican Award of Merit in 1994: Mr. George Axon, Diocese of Qu'Appelle; Mr. Bert Fleming, Diocese of Toronto; Dr. David Gould, Diocese of Algoma; Mrs. Donna Hunter, Diocese of Toronto; Mr. Kenneth Lemon, Diocese of Huron; Mrs. Barbara Malloch, Diocese of Montreal. CARRIED #01-05-94
Biographical information was provided for all recipients.