Monday, 23 May 2005

General Synod: July 2005 Timetable

General Synod members have been sent a timetable for July’s meeting. It does not appear to be available online, so I have reproduced it below.

GENERAL SYNOD: JULY 2005 GROUP OF SESSIONS

Timetable

The times of sessions are as follows (unless otherwise indicated):
9.15 am to 1 pm; 2.30 — 6.15 pm; 8.30 pm — 10 pm

Friday, 8 July

3.00 pm
Prayers, introductions, welcome to and reply on behalf of the ecumenical guests
Report by the Business Committee
Ordinal: Second Revision Stage

Evening
Questions

Saturday, 9 July

Morning
Group work
Legislative Business
i. Further Miscellaneous Provisions Measure: Final Drafting and Final Approval
ii. Clergy Discipline Measure Code of Practice
iii. Clergy Discipline Measure Rules
iv. Fees Orders
v. Approval of petition renaming the See of Southwell

Afternoon
Assisted Dying for the Terminally Ill: Report by the Mission and Public Affairs Council
Communion before Confirmation: Report by the Board of Education

Evening
Formation for Ministry in a Learning Church: Follow-up to the Hind Report

Sunday, 10 July

Afternoon
Inter-Faith Relations: Report by the Mission and Public Affairs Council
Parochial Fees: Oxford Diocesan Synod Motion
Standing Orders Committee Report

Evening
Church Urban Fund: Report by the Archbishops’ Council

Monday, 11 July

Morning
Prayers
Presidential Address
Strategic Financial Review: Progress Report
Budget

Afternoon
Women in the Episcopate

Evening
Ordinal: Final Approval
Audit Committee Report

Archbishops’ Council Annual Report

Tuesday, 12 July

Morning
Prayers
Anglican Methodist Covenant: Interim Report from the Joint Implementation Commission
Holy Communion and closing ceremonies
Dissolution

Posted by Peter Owen on Monday, 23 May 2005 at 5:00pm BST
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