Recent General Conventions

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The 78th General Convention

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June 25 - July 3, 2015
Salt Lake City, Utah

Legislation

Please refer to the Acts of Convention at the Episcopal Archives to find the final text and also the legislative history of resolutions to the 78th General Convention.

The 77th General Convention

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July 5 - 12, 2012
Indianapolis, Indiana

Constitution & Canons

Constitution & Canons - PDF

Constitution & Canons - 2012

Constitución y Cánones - 2012

Constitution & Canons - Print

Purchase the 2012 version of the C&C online or call Church Publishing at 1-800-242-1918.

Journal

Journal - 2012

Legislation

2012 legislation is now archived. Please search in The Acts of Convention 1976-2012 at the digital archives of the Archives of the Episcopal Church for information about 2012 resolutions.

The Blue Book

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The Blue Book - 2012

El Libro Azul - 2012

The 76th General Convention

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July 8 - 17, 2009
Anaheim, California

Legislation

2009 legislation is now archived. Please search in The Acts of Convention at the digital archives of the Archives of the Episcopal Church for information about 2009 resolutions.

D055 Tithing Signatures

A Response to Resolution ACC 14.11: The Anglican Communion Covenant by the Executive Council

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Ubuntu: 76th General Convention Theme

The Ubuntu logo of the 76th General Convention was adapted from a design submitted in a contest, sponsored by the Joint Standing Committee on Planning & Arrangements.

The winning design was submitted by the Rev. Paul Fromberg, a member of the Episcopal Church and the Visual Arts. The Trinitarian design depicts God the Creator in the bright center, God the Son in the cross formed by the longitude and latitude lines and God the Holy Spirit, swirling around the Father and the Son. The swirl is comprised of dancing figures, male and female, with faces of many colors, who symbolize the interconnectedness of humanity.

The winning design was submitted by the Rev. Paul Fromberg, a member of the Episcopal Church and the Visual Arts. The Trinitarian design depicts God the Creator in the bright center, God the Son in the cross formed by the longitude and latitude lines and God the Holy Spirit, swirling around the Father and the Son. The swirl is comprised of dancing figures, male and female, with faces of many colors, who symbolize the interconnectedness of humanity.

All rights to the use of this logo are reserved and trademarked by the DFMS.