The Episcopal Church in Delaware
236th Annual Convention
Saturday
November 21, 2020
Don't Miss the Changes
to the Annual Convention!

MODIFIED DATE:
  • Saturday, November 21, 2020 (one day only)

BUSINESS SESSION AND HOLY EUCHARIST:
  • Call to Order: 9:00 a.m.
  • Holy Eucharist (to include bishop's address): 2:00 p.m.
  • To join business sessions and/or Holy Eucharist go to:
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REGISTRATION INFORMATION:
  • Viewers Only: If you are planning to 'view' convention only there is no registration process — just click here to join us. All are welcome.
  • If you have vote, voice, or speaking role: The convention staff will handle your registration for convention and you will receive necessary details to join business sessions, allowing you to vote and speak. More detailed information below.
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Bishop announces new convention format
We are returning the convention schedule back to 'Plan A.' That is, we will host a single-day event on Saturday, November 21, as originally envisioned back in January, long before the pandemic hit.

I am thankful for so many folks who were helping plan the expanded three-day schedule. Back in June, we hoped we could generate an energetic, unifying, spirited online experience that would showcase the resilience of this remarkable diocese and spark renewed excitement for 2021 — all the while trimming the total hours we would all spend online. While I love this ambitious swing-for-the-fences attitude, the reality is that the added cost and complexity required to produce that kind of online event are not minor, and frankly the number of hours that the attendees would be online was growing, not shrinking.

Thus the secretary of convention and I have decided to return to the original plan: a joyful and energetic convention done simply. The convention will be open for anyone, all across the world, who wants to stream the event. We will still talk about racial justice, about the impacts of pandemic, and about our non-stop call to evangelism. We will still celebrate the Eucharist for the entire diocese to join. In short, we will still praise the loving name of Jesus Christ and give thanks for this Episcopal Church in Delaware which he has assembled to work and pray in his name.

So keep Saturday, November 21 on your calendars. And never stop swinging for the fences, especially in Christ’s name! This change to convention doesn’t for a second mean we shouldn’t dream big. Quite the opposite. I wonder if it just might mean we are called, at convention and beyond, to dream even bigger still.

In Christ,
+Kevin
Prayer Room during Convention
Members of Anamchara Fellowship will offer, virtually, a place for personal prayer and reflection throughout the convention.

Prayer requests and reflections may be sent to a confidential email address that will be visible on the screen during convention.

All convention information can be found in one place
Issue date: October 5, 2020