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General Synod elections 2021

Updated 10 July 2021

The Church of England has published a series of documents about the conduct of the elections to General Synod that will take place this summer, starting very shortly after the close of the July group of sessions. Although much of this is aimed at those conducting the elections, the documents will be of wider interest.

Not included in these documents are the numbers of proctors (clergy) and laity to be elected by dioceses, but they can be found in GS 2203.

There is also some information aimed at those considering standing for election.

Update

An error was discovered in the calculations of the numbers of proctors and laity included in GS 2203. These numbers were updated and approved by General Synod on 10 July and can be found in GS 2214.

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Perry Butler
Perry Butler
3 months ago

Lets hope the electorate vote in rather greater numbers than is usual!

Anthony Archer
Anthony Archer
3 months ago

This will be the most significant General Synod election since 1990.

peter kettle
Reply to  Anthony Archer
3 months ago

Why?

Lister Tonge
Lister Tonge
3 months ago

Does anyone know the current representation rules for Religious Communities?

Lister Tonge
Lister Tonge
Reply to  Peter Owen
3 months ago

Many thanks.

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