What’s happening on Wednesday, Day 7 of General Convention?

Legislative committees are meeting Monday through Thursday this week from 7:30 to 9:00 am, with worship at 9:30 am (Utah time).

Join the service live at 10:30 am our time on the Media Hub.

The House of Deputies and the House of Bishops will meet separately for the morning legislative sessions, from 11:15 am – 1:00 pm and for the last half of the afternoon session, from 3:45 pm – 6:15 pm. Since the General Convention is a bicameral (or two-house) body, whatever legislation one of them passes must then be sent to the other for concurrence.

In the early afternoon, the deputies and bishops will meet together for a Joint Session on Program, Budget and Finance from 2:15 – 3:15 pm.

You can watch either session live on the General Convention Media Hub. Here’s what they’ll be talking about:

House of Deputies – view the calendars.

House of Bishops – view the calendars.

Today, the exhibits will close at 3:00 pm.

There are numerous other activities going on today. Here are some that are scheduled:

All Day – Children’s Program
All Day – Episcopal Relief & Development: I believe that no one should live in poverty
All Day – Murals from Haiti
All Day – Young Adult Festival at General Convention
1:00 PM – AA/Recovery
1:30-2:30 PM – Tea with Bp. Li, Diocese of Taiwan
2:15 PM – Joint Session PB&F
3:00 PM – Exhibits Close
3:15 PM – Photo Day
3:45 PM – Legislative Session
7:00 PM – Diocese of Utah Event
9:00 PM – Black Caucus
9:00 PM –  Latino Caucus


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