There’s a new feature on Bonnie Anderson’s webpages. It’s called “Voices of the House. Bonnie is the President of the House of Deputies (the larger and more senior portion of the Episcopal Church’s General Convention.) The Voices series has profiles of various deputies who have been elected to General Convention and who are expected to be present in Anaheim this coming summer.
The featured deputy at the moment is Charles Crump, one of, if not the, longest serving deputies in the whole of the House.
From the end of his article:
“Charles Crump is a 17 time lay deputy to the General Convention of The Episcopal Church and has served as Vice President, parliamentarian, and a member of multiple Legislative Committees.”
Read the full article by Deputy Crumphere.
There are also pieces by Brian Prior, the Vice President of the House and by Michael Battle who has helped flesh out the meaning of the chosen theme of “Ubuntu” for the upcoming Convention.
You will find the previous articles linked from this page.