San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
TREC-CT 2.0 July 23 7:00-9:00 pm
The Task Force for Reimagining the Episcopal Church in CT (TREC-CT), formed at the direction of the 229th Annual Convention of the Episcopal Church in Connecticut, has been hard a work listening to voices of Episcopalians around the diocese as we dream about how we might re-form ourselves and our structures and governance so that we might engage ever more faithfully in God's mission in the world. We invite you to gather with us on July 23 as we build on what we've heard in our prior listening session in May, at the June Joint Leadership meeting and the June Clergy Day. ALL are welcome; we hope that both those who participated in one or more of the earlier sessions as well as those who have not yet engaged in the process will join us. The format will be similar to our previous sessions: a brief presentation on our work to date, time to work in small groups and then to share with the larger group the ideas we've garnered.
This is incredibly important work leading up to this year's Annual Convention and it will inform a significant portion of our work and time at Convention--we are soliciting your input and wisdom to help shape the work and outcome of this process. These sessions are not limited to members of Convention, all are welcome.
When & Where
The Episcopal Church in Connecticut
The Episcopal Church in Connecticut (ECCT) (aka the Episcopal Diocese of Connecticut) is the collective witness and presence of 168 churches and other communities and institutions of the Episcopal Church in places across the state. It is overseen by the Rt. Rev. Ian T. Douglas, assisted by the Rt. Rev. Laura J. Ahrens. The common meeting space and offices for the bishops and church-wide staff are at The Commons, 290 Pratt Street, Meriden CT. Multiple staff use eventbrite for event registration. For a list of all ECCT events look for the ECCT calendar under the "News & Events" tab on www.episcopalct.org.