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The General Convention is the governing body of The Episcopal Church. Every three years it meets as a bicameral legislature that includes the House of Deputies and the House of Bishops, composed of deputies and bishops from each diocese. The General Convention also includes Interim Bodies which meet between the triennial sessions to accomplish ongoing work and tasks set in the triennial sessions. The last session of the General Convention was in Austin Texas in July of 2018.
The 80th General Convention of The Episcopal Church last met July 8 - 11, 2022 at the Baltimore Convention Center in Baltimore, Maryland.
The 81st General Convention is scheduled for July of 2024, to be held in Louisville, Kentucky.
Each time the General convention finishes its business, it is required that every diocese is made known (Canon I.11.e) the "Resolutions Referred to Dioceses from the 80th General Convention." The document is available by clicking the button below.
Our Deputation to the 81st General Convention
The Rev. Amanda Dosher, St. James Fairhope
The Rev. Christie Hord, St. John's Pensacola
The Rev. David Knight, St. Simon's Fort Walton Beach
The Rev. John Talbert, St. Paul's Daphne and St. John's Mobile
Alternate - The Rev. Linda Suzanne Borgen, St. Thomas Greenville
Eugene Johnston, St. John's Mobile
Jeannie Kienzle, All Saints Mobile
Joe McDaniel, Jr., Christ Church Pensacola
Jill Showers Chow, Christ Church Cathedral Mobile
Alternate - David Quittmeyer, Trinity Mobile
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