Resolution Results

Courtesy Resolutions - All Approved by Council

Resolutions

CR1: The Rev. Prentice Kinser III
Adopted by Council; text pending final review.

Whereas, the Reverend Prentice Kinser III, a son of the Commonwealth of Virginia and priest of the Episcopal Church, entered the Church Triumphant on 26th January 2012, and

Whereas, this son of a surgeon and of a nurse, devoted to the healing professions, himself embarked at his ordination on the cure of souls, and

Whereas, after his ordination in 1978, Prentice Kinser served the Church in St John’s, Roanoke, in the Diocese of Southwestern Virginia, and St James’s, Warrenton, and St James’s, Montross with St Peter’s, Oak Grove, in the Diocese of Virginia, and

Whereas, this engaging storyteller loved telling, in many and various ways, “the old, old story of Jesus and his love,” and,

Whereas, this disciple and priest of the Word made Flesh rejoiced in the usages, the nuances, and the delights of the words of the English language, and

Whereas, that love issued in a life-long delight in learning that earned him degrees from Randolph-Macon College, the University of Virginia, and the University of the South, and led to his authorship of two books, and

Whereas his love for his family and for his calling overflowed into a love for children to whom he proclaimed the Gospel by puppets, and children’s sermons, and the music of his guitar, and for whose welfare he founded thirty years ago a pre-school at St James’s, Warrenton which by now, in the success of its mission, is adding a fourth grade; now therefore be it

Resolved, that we, the Wardens, Vestry and Priests of the Church of Saint James the Less, Ashland, delight, by these resolutions, to honor our fellow congregant and priest in the Church of Christ, praying for him eternal rest and perpetual light, and be it further

Resolved, that copies of these resolutions be spread upon the minutes of this vestry, be given to Prentice Kinser’s family, be published in the Church of Saint James the Less, and be sent to the 218th Annual Council of the Diocese of Virginia.

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CR2: The Rev. Ann B. Davis
Adopted by Council; text pending final review.

Whereas, the Rev. Ann B. Davis is retiring after 25 years of devoted, ordained  service to our Lord and His church; and

Whereas, she is retiring as rector to follow God’s calling to go to minister to those in great need; and

Whereas; she has dedicated the last seven years of her ministry to St. James Episcopal Church of Louisa, Virginia, and

Whereas, she has been responsible for uplifting the congregation at St. James by modeling the finest Christian example of how to live; and

Whereas, she has faithfully ministered to those beset by difficulties, especially from the recession and the earthquake that struck our area; and

Whereas, she has been responsible for the continuous improvement in St James’ facilities; and

Whereas, she has forsaken her own financial gain to put St. James on a solid financial foundation; and

Whereas, she has uplifted the congregation to a higher understand and relationship with God through her teachings and sermons; and

Whereas, she has concluded her ministry at St. James with a leave taking service and all the church’s affairs in good order; and

Whereas, she has been called by God to go and minister to those in need in foreign lands, especially those afflicted by natural disasters; now therefore be it

Resolved, that the 218th Annual Council of the Diocese of Virginia honor the Rev. Ann B. Davis’ inspiring career, and especially the last seven years at St. James, by adopting this resolution and be it further

Resolved, that copies of this resolution be promulgated in honor of Reverend Davis, and that prayers be offered in support of her new ministry to be undertaken under challenging circumstances.

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CR3: Mrs. Madell Day
Adopted by Council; text pending final review.

Whereas, Madell Jeffreys Day of Grace Episcopal Church, Casanova, died in July 2012 at the age of 90 ¾, having been born on October 12, 1921; and

Whereas, Mrs. Day, a professional social worker, continued her helping ways after retirement and was recognized as Fauquier County’s Citizen of the Year for her volunteer activities; and

Whereas, Mrs. Day was president of Grace Church’s Episcopal Churchwomen and helped at lunches and dinners so often that the Parish Hall kitchen at Grace has been designated as “Madell’s Kitchen”; and

Whereas, Mrs. Day’s programs earned the Diocesan Biggar-Power award for older adult ministries presented to her and Grace Church in January 2007 at diocesan Council; and

Whereas, Mrs. Day served on the diocesan Commission on Aging and the Tri-Diocesan Council on Aging and “never missed a Fall Camp”; and

Whereas, Mrs. Day served faithfully for many years as a member of the Virginia Diocesan Homes Board; and

Whereas, the Rev. James Cirillo, rector of Grace Church in Casanova, recalls Mrs. Day as “a faithful person – faithful in her own faith and in her devotion to the Church at large and to Grace Church in Casanova”; and

Whereas, the Rt. Rev. Ted Gulick, who recalls that Mrs. Day was often, even in her eighties, the crucifer at Grace Church, observed that she also “carried the cross in the saintly way she lived”; now be it therefore

Resolved, that this 218th Annual Council of the Diocese of Virginia extends to Mrs. Day’s grandsons, other family members and friends our thanksgiving for a life well lived and our continued love, prayers and support; and be it further

Resolved, that this Council direct the secretary to forward a copies of this resolution to Mrs. Day’s grandsons, William Jeffreys and Todd Jeffreys.

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CR4: The Rev. Daniel O. Worthington, Jr.
Adopted by Council; text pending final review.

Whereas, after serving for more than twenty-seven years as Rector, the Reverend Daniel O. Worthington, Jr. submitted his request to retire from the active parish ministry effective the end of July 2012; and

Whereas, he served in the Diocese of Alaska as a seminary intern prior to his graduation from Virginia Theological Seminary with a Master of Divinity Degree in 1976 and subsequent ordination; and

Whereas, he received a Doctor of Ministry from Seabury-Western Theological Seminary in 2004; and

Whereas, from 1976 through 1979 he was Vicar at Piedmont Episcopal Church in Madison, Virginia; and

Whereas, he was graced with his marriage to the former Jane Davenport Rixey on June 17, 1978; and

Whereas, he was Rector of Saint James Episcopal Church in Montross, Virginia from 1979 through 1985; and

Whereas, from 1985 until last July, he was Rector at Ware Episcopal Church in Gloucester, Virginia; and

Whereas, he served as Dean of Region Two and the Diocesan Church Planting Committee: and

Whereas, he and Jane added to our congregation through their children Dan and his wife, Nora and Anne and her husband, Chris Aycock and through Dan’s children, Lucy, Jane, and Henry and Ann’s child, Thomas; and

Whereas, for these nearly thirty years, he has joyously celebrated baptisms and weddings, grieved at funerals, spread the Gospel, and helped illuminate our path to salvation; now therefore be it

Resolved, that the 218th Annual Council of the Diocese of Virginia joins with the Vestry and Congregation of Ware Church, Gloucester, in expressing their sincere gratitude, love and thanks, for his 36 years of service as a priest of the church, and our hope that he and his lovely wife Jane will enjoy a long and well deserved retirement; and be it further

Resolved, that a copy of this resolution be sent to the Reverend Daniel O. Worthington and his wife Jane and printed in the minutes of the 218th Annual Council.

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CR5: Ambassador Princeton Lyman
Adopted by Council; text pending final review.

Whereas, Ambassador Princeton Lyman has served for many years as a United States diplomat, holding difficult and sensitive posts, including Ambassador to South Africa and Special Envoy to Sudan and South Sudan; and

Whereas, Ambassador Lyman demonstrated wisdom, courage, vision and unusually acute insight into the effective role the faith community and other non-governmental organizations can play in promoting an end to apartheid in South Africa, and peace and reconciliation in Sudan and South Sudan; and

Whereas, in his most recent posting as Special Envoy, Ambassador Lyman ably assisted the efforts of the Episcopal Church of Sudan (ECS) in mediating and resolving deadly inter-ethnic fighting in Jonglei state and elsewhere in South Sudan which had killed several thousand people; and

Whereas, Ambassador Lyman met regularly with ECS leaders as important members of civil society, and proved attentive to their concerns about the dire circumstances facing religious minorities in Sudan; and

Whereas, Ambassador Lyman has been urgent and eloquent in his efforts to end the ongoing fighting in the Nuba Mountains and Blue Nile State in Sudan, as well as the recent fighting in Abyei in South Sudan; and

Whereas, Ambassador Lyman has been indefatigable in his efforts to relieve human suffering resulting from the fighting, border closures, and other turmoil in Sudan and South Sudan, currently threatening starvation for over 700,000 people; and

Whereas, Ambassador Lyman recently announced his retirement after this long and distinguished career; and

Whereas, Jesus said that “blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called children of God”’ now therefore be it 

Resolved, by the 218th Annual Council of the Diocese of Virginia that Council give profound thanks for Ambassador Lyman’s long and effective service to our country and particularly to the causes of racial equality, peace, reconciliation, protection of religious freedom and relief of human suffering; and be it further

Resolved, that Council heartily congratulates Ambassador Lyman on his distinguished service and extends its best wishes to him and his family for a long and happy retirement.

Submitted by Mr. Russell V. Randle, Delegate, Christ Church, Alexandria

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CR6: Mr. William Brockenbrough Taylor
Adopted by Council; text pending final review.

Whereas, William Brockenbrough Taylor of Saint James’ Episcopal Church, Mount Vernon, died in April 2011 having been born on March 11, 1925; and

Whereas, Mr. Taylor was a U.S. Army veteran and manager for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and NASA Apollo program; and

Whereas, Mr. Taylor was one of the 25 people that established Saint James’, Mount Vernon, as a Mission in 1958 and served as Vestry Finance Committee Chair responsible for constructing the original church building in 1960; and

Whereas, Mr. Taylor rallied his parish to support many world-wide outreach programs including the Advent Episcopal Church in the Philippines, the Wesleyan Church in Sierra Leone and the Sainte Rose de Lima school in Haiti; and

Whereas, Mr. Taylor served faithfully on the parish Vestry as Senior Warden many times and as a lifelong Trustee for Saint James’, Mount Vernon; and

Whereas, Mr. Taylor served this Diocese as a member of the Standing Committee and as a member of the Search Committee for the Rt. Rev. Peter Lee, Diocesan Bishop; and

Whereas, Mr. Taylor authored a book in 2008 on the history of Saint James’, Mount Vernon, that remains a foundation document and witness that all things can be accomplished through Christ; now therefore be it

Resolved that the 218th Annual Council of the Diocese of Virginia recognize this faithful disciple and extend sincere gratitude for his leadership and exemplary Christian life that was spent honoring his country, his family, and his God, to all who knew and loved him; and be it further

Resolved, that this council forward copies of the resolution to his wife Nancy Aitcheson Taylor, his five children, and his ten grandchildren.

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CR7: Mr. Charles Thomas Woods
Adopted by Council; text pending final review.

Whereas, Charles Thomas Woods, lovingly called “Charlie,” lived in and served the citizens of Virginia and the environs of Richmond as neighbor and craftsman; and

Whereas, Charlie ably served the Episcopal Church in the Diocese of Virginia for over 30 years; and

Whereas, Charlie was a member of Church of the Creator in Mechanicsville, Virginia during those years; and

Whereas, Charlie selflessly offered his service to the Lord as an elected Vestry person multiple times during those years, serving in positions of leadership as Junior and Senior Warden; and

Whereas, Charlie’s constant involvement in parish life was evident by his eager service on the Membership Committee,Hospitality Committee, Altar Guild, Ushers’ Guild, Building and Grounds Committee, Finance Committee, and numerous other committee postings throughout the years; and

Whereas, Charlie volunteered his time to mentor and guide Confirmands, served at various Church functions, such as Shrove Tuesday Dinner and the Parish Picnic, and was an integral part of the Creator Stew Crew, making award winning Brunswick Stew to sell to benefit the church; and

Whereas, as resident wood worker, Charlie lovingly fabricated, repaired and maintained all manner of Church woodcraft, including making a five foot Easter Cross dedicated for a young parishioner who died suddenly, and working with the Youth Group to craft, from one of the church’s fallen magnolia trees, over one hundred crosses as gifts for each parishioner; and

Whereas, Charlie served the Rt. Rev. Peter James Lee and the Rt. Rev. David C. Jones, freely offering his expertise to repair and refurbish the bishops’ staffs, and served several parishes of the Diocese, to include St. Paul’s, Richmond, in the restoration of their wood craft; now therefore be it

Resolved, that the 218th Annual Council of the Diocese of Virginia celebrate and give thanks for the life and witness of Charlie Woods, who died December 26, 2012; for his dedication to Christ in service at the Church of the Creator, and for his witness of kindness and generosity which displayed the very best of Christian love and fellowship; and be it further

Resolved, that this Council direct the Secretary of the Diocese to forward to Seth Woods, Nathan Woods, Zachary Woods and Robert Woods a copy of this resolution.

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CR8: The Rev. Ronald S. Okrasinski
Adopted by Council; text pending final review.

Whereas, the Rev. Ronald S. Okrasinski will retire as rector of St. Mary’s, Colonial Beach at the end of March 2013; and

Whereas, he was ordained a deacon in the Roman Catholic Church in July of 1966; and

Whereas, he was received into the Episcopal Church as a deacon in February of 1980, and then ordained a priest in June of 1980; and

Whereas, Father Okrasinski served the parish of St. George’s in Fredericksburg from 1978 to 1980; and

Whereas, he has served as rector of the parish of St. Mary’s in Colonial Beach since 1980, completing 33 years in March; and

Whereas, he earned a Doctor of Ministry degree from Notre Dame in 1986; and

Whereas, he has served the Diocese of Virginia over the course of his career as Dean of Region I for a total of 9 years, and as a member of the Liturgical Commission, the Communications Commission, a member of the Council Planning Commission, and the Assistant Secretary to the Diocesan Council; and

Whereas, he has served as a volunteer chaplain at the Washington National Cathedral for 18 years; and

Whereas, his ministry in Colonial Beach has been so open and directed toward the members of the community, not just the members of the parish, that he has been called by Bishop Jones the “rector of Colonial Beach;” and

Whereas, Father Okrasinski has served for many years as the chaplain to the Colonial Beach Yacht Club, and through those connections has arranged an annual yacht outing on the Potomac River for the members of the Region I Clericus; and

Whereas, he has been blessed by his marriage to his wife Claudette since 1972; and

Whereas, his retirement from the position of rector as St. Mary’s at the end of March will open a new chapter in a long and fruitful career in the Diocese of Virginia; now therefore be it

Resolved, that the 218th Annual Council of the Diocese of Virginia honors the Rev. Ronald S. Okrasinski for his faithful service, gives thanks for all of his contributions to our common life, and offers prayers for a well-deserved retirement from full-time ministry; and be it further

Resolved, that a copy of this resolution be sent to Father Okrasinski and his wife Claudette.

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CR9: Resolution to Send Greetings to the Most Rev. Dr. Daniel Yinkah Sarfo
Adopted by Council; text pending final review.

Whereas, the Diocese of Virginia has been blessed by the relationship with its partner diocese, the Diocese of Kumasi, and its bishop, the Rt. Rev. Daniel Yinkah Sarfo, through the partnership known as the Triangle of Hope; and

Whereas, the Rt. Rev. Sarfo was installed as the Archbishop of the newly formed Administrative Province of Ghana (in the Church of the Province of West Africa) on December 16, 2012; now therefore be it

Resolved, that the 218th Annual Council of the Diocese of Virginia sends greetings to the Most Rev. Dr. Daniel Yinkah Sarfo congratulating him on his election as Archbishop of the Administrative Province of Ghana; and

Resolved, that the 218thAnnual Council of the Diocese of Virginia also sends greetings to the people of the Administrative Province of Ghana for whom we pray and pledge support for our continuing partnership; and

Resolved, that the diocesan Office of World Mission and Outreach forward such greetings to the Administrative Province of Ghana.

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CR10: Resolution to Send Greetings to the Rt. Rev. Justin Welby
Adopted by Council; text pending final review.

Whereas, the Diocese of Virginia has been blessed by the relationship with its partner diocese, the Diocese of Liverpool, and the relationships formed with members of that diocese, including the Dean of Liverpool Cathedral, the Rev. Justin Welby; and

Whereas, Rev. Welby was consecrated Bishop of Durham in the presence of members of the Diocese of Virginia as a demonstration of our continued relationship; and

Whereas, the Rt. Rev. Justin Welby has been chosen as the next Archbishop of Canterbury to be installed on March 21, 2013; now therefore be it

Resolved, that the 218th Annual Council of the Diocese of Virginia sends greetings to the Rt. Rev. Justin Welby congratulating him on his election as Archbishop of Canterbury and offering continued affection and support for his ministry; and

Resolved, that the diocesan Office of World Mission and Outreach forward such greetings to the Rt. Rev. Justin Welby.

Submitted by the Rt. Rev. Shannon S. Johnston, Bishop of Virginia

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CR11: Henry D.W. Burt
Adopted by Council; text pending final review.

Whereas, Henry D.W. Burt joined the staff of the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia in 1987 as the Rt. Rev. Peter James Lee’s first clerk; and

Whereas, Henry went on to become deployment officer for the Diocese, using his talents to support both clergy transitions and churches in search; and

Whereas, after earning his law degree at William and Mary and serving as an attorney at Troutman Sanders and CarMax, Henry returned to the bishop’s staff in 2008 to serve as secretary and chief of staff; and

Whereas, Henry provided exemplary support and guidance to groups across the Diocese, from the staff to the Executive Board; and

Whereas, as secretary, Henry provided valuable assistance during the transition to a new diocesan bishop, the Rt. Rev. Shannon S. Johnston; and

Whereas, in his role as secretary, Henry’s leadership, knowledge and skill helped guide the Diocese through a historic and difficult period of property litigation and, with Henry’s guidance and oversight, the Diocese has witnessed and celebrated the return of Episcopal congregations to their church homes; and

Whereas, Henry has provided invaluable support through the initiative known as Dayspring, bringing his insight to the process of building vision and strategic planning to those returned properties; and

Whereas, Henry is a lifelong Episcopalian, having grown up as a member of the Falls Church Episcopal, and now is a parishioner at St. Paul’s Church, Richmond; and

Whereas, Henry remains dedicated to Shrine Mont, having been a camper and counselor and, during his time as secretary of the Diocese, also serving the Shrine Mont Board and working closely with the campaign to celebrate 50 years of camping at Shrine Mont; and

Whereas, the Diocese as a whole has benefited not only from Henry’s competence and wisdom, but also his humor, fortitude and loyalty; now therefore be it

Resolved, that this 218th Annual Council express its utmost thanks for Henry’s ministry to the Episcopal Church and the Diocese of Virginia; and be it further

Resolved, that this 218th Annual Council recognizes with gratitude the many gifts of time and talent Henry has made to the Diocese of Virginia, and wishes him and his family the very best in future endeavors.

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R1: Resolution for Fifty Years of Diocesan Camps at Shrine Mont
Approved by Council; text pending final review.

Resolved, that the 218th Annual Council of the Diocese of Virginia recommends empowering a Steering Committee to carry out the work of this capital and planned giving campaign; and be it further

Resolved, that the 218th Annual Council of the Diocese of Virginia directs the Steering Committee, or the Bishop’s assignee, to design communication, education and awareness programs, to help articulate the needs of the Diocese in funding these critical areas; and be it further

Resolved, that, following the guidance of the Holy Spirit, the 218th Annual Council of the Diocese of Virginia, if the feasibility study as assessed by the Bishop, the Board of Directors of Shrine Mont, Inc. and the Executive Board of the Diocese of Virginia provides positive and spirit led support to address this work, calls for the launch of a diocesan capital and planned giving campaign to address the financial needs of the Diocesan Camps at Shrine Mont and provide funding for the work; and be it further

Resolved, that the 218th Annual Council of the Diocese of Virginia directs the Steering Committee to make periodic reports to the Executive Board of the Diocese on the progress of the educational programs, the efforts to secure funds, and the work contemplated and/or under way; and be it further

Resolved, that these groups report to the Bishop and the Executive Board in the interim prior to the 219th Annual Council, to consider these reports and the results of the feasibility study in discernment of a campaign goal, driven by the diocesan vision for our camps in unity and love, filled with the Holy Spirit, and championed through the ministry of every member of the Body of Christ.

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R2 Revised: Episcopal Congregations of Woodbridge
Adopted by Council; text pending final review.

Resolved, that this 218th Council of the Diocese of Virginia joyfully celebrates these worshipping Episcopal communities of Woodbridge, those worshipping on Saratoga Lane and those worshipping on Church Hill Drive, and prays for all the resources necessary to continue to spread the Word of God and administer the Sacraments of Jesus Christ in this and every place.

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R3 Revised-A: Response to Gun Violence
Adopted as amended; text pending final review.

Resolved, that the Diocese of Virginia supports the strengthening and subsequent reinstatement of a federal ban on military-style semi-automatic assault weapons; and be it further

Resolved, that the Diocese of Virginia opposes the repeal of any existing laws or regulations in the Commonwealth of Virginia that promote safety and responsibility in the purchase, possession, or use of firearms and ammunition; and be it further

Resolved, that the Diocese of Virginia urges the Virginia General Assembly and the Congress of the United States to adopt additional state and federal firearm legislation, including a ban on the future sale of military-style semi-automatic assault weapons, high-capacity ammunition magazines, and high-impact ammunition, which would promote the safety of God's children; and be it further

Resolved, that a copy of this resolution be sent to the Presiding Bishop's office with a request that the Episcopal Church address the preventable tragedies of gun violence including, but not limited to, the adoption of a clear policy stand against the sale, use and private ownership of military-style semi-automatic assault weapons, high-capacity ammunition magazines and high-impact ammunition.

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R4 Revised-A: Action to Reduce Gun Violence
Adopted by Council; text pending final review.

Resolved, that the 218th Annual Council of the Diocese of Virginia, in response to the recent deaths from gun violence, including the loss of 28 of God's children in Newtown, Connecticut, joins with many faith communities in an emerging moral consensus by calling for the following steps to be taken by lawmakers:

 1. A clear ban on all future sale of military-style semi-automatic weapons, high-capacity ammunition magazines and high-impact ammunition (i.e. ammunition more deadly than ordinarily used in hunting);

2. Tighter controls (including background checks) on all gun sales;

3. Mental health care reform, including increased funding and improved care for our most vulnerable citizens;

4. A critical look at our culture’s glorification of violence;

and be it further

Resolved, that the 218th Annual Council of the Diocese of Virginia encourages all members of this Diocese, individually and with our faith communities, to take the following pledge, as requested by The Episcopal Church Office of Public Affairs and The Episcopal Public Policy Network:

 “As an Episcopalian committed in baptism to seeking justice and peace and promoting the dignity of every human being, I commit to being part of the solution to the violence in our culture that claimed the lives of 26 people at Sandy Hook Elementary School and that claims the lives of 2000 innocent children through gun crimes each year. I commit to the pursuit of laws that keep guns out of the hands of criminals, prioritize the needs of at-risk children, provide care for mental illness, and address the many ways in which our culture both celebrates and trivializes violence. I commit to holding my lawmakers, my community, and my own household accountable. I commit to accomplishing these things in 2013. I commit to being the change we need;”

and be it further

Resolved, that the 218th Annual Council of the Diocese of Virginia encourages all members of this Diocese to work within our churches through prayer, preaching, education and advocacy, toward reducing the gun violence that kills so many of God's children in our nation.

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R5 Revised: Resolution for Peace in South Sudan
Adopted; text pending final review.

Resolved, by the 218th Annual Council of the Diocese of Virginia, that our people, clergy, parishes and missions are urged:

  • To pray regularly in public worship and in private devotions for peace in Sudan and South Sudan,
  • To educate ourselves about the challenges facing Christians in these two countries;
  • To ask our elected representatives and diplomats to continue to make peace, humanitarian relief, and development in these two countries a high priority in U.S. international efforts;
  • To deepen current partnerships with Episcopal Dioceses and Bible translation projects in Sudan and South Sudan, and to add new partnerships, in order to help spread the Gospel in the U.S., Sudan and South Sudan;
  • To give to help in these efforts as God provides resources and opportunity;

and be it further

Resolved, that the 218th Annual Council requests our Bishop to convene a consultation in the fall, working in coordination with the Episcopal Church of Sudan and the American Friends of the Episcopal Church of Sudan (AFRECS), to help equip our parishes to carry out these ministries better.

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R6: Committee on Congregational Schools
Referred to the Executive Board.

Whereas, the Diocese of Virginia contains a significant number of congregations that either operate schools, or provide host facilities for independent schools; and

Whereas, ministries of education support the Diocese's priorities of Youth Formation and Mission Beyond Ourselves; and

Whereas, there is currently no Diocesan organization assigned to support these ministries; now therefore be it

Resolved, that the Diocese shall establish a Committee on Congregational Schools, under the oversight of the Commission on Strengthening Our Congregations; and further be it

Resolved, that the mission of this Committee shall be to provide resources to congregations in the area of establishing, operating, and maintaining relationships with congregational or hosted schools.

Submitted by Mr. Gregory King, Lay Delegate, St. Paul’s, Bailey’s Crossroads

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