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Martha Gardner, partner from the Episcopal Church, spoke about her church's General Convention in Indianapolis in July. She noted that like COGS, General Convention is working to renew church structures. Ms. Gardner said that the convention will consider 58 resolutions relating to structural change. General Convention will also discuss several resolutions relating to the proposed Anglican Covenant.
The Rev. David Pritchard, partner for the Primate's World Relief and Development Fund, shared his reflections, emphasizing that PWRDF sees itself as "the mission arm of the Anglican Church of Canada." He described how PWRDF has been successful in working with the Canadian International Development Agency. He commended the work of PWRDF partners and staff and ended by praising the work COGS has done at this meeting.
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