Episcopal Life Convention Daily
Thursday, 6 July 2000  

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Convention Daily will be distributed each morning to the Hyatt, Marriott, Westin and Executive Towers hotels and at locations in the Colorado Convention Center, including the Episcopal Church Center booth in the Exhibit Hall. Notices for the daily calendar must be delivered to the volunteer receptionist at Convention Daily office, Room C104-106, by 2 p.m.of the day preceding publication.


Visitor Orientation in Room A109 at 8:40—9:15 a.m. and 1:45—2:15 p.m.

• 9 a.m. Jubilee morning Eucharist and meditation, Hall C.
•Noon. Church Deployment Board luncheon, for diocesan deployment officers. Marriott Hotel. (The date for this event was incorrectly listed in the July 5 issue.)
•Noon. Episcopal Church Women luncheon with ECW Committee on Social Justice. "A Conversation about Christian Ethics in Daily Living." Presenter Tom Chappell of Tom's of Maine, along with Leah Martinez. ECW Plenary Room.
•1:00 p.m. "KIDS HOPE in our Parish," C Lobby, Mezzanine 1:30 p.m. Open hearings by legislative committees.
•3:00 p.m. Fresh Start demonstration at CDO Booth #98 (new resource for clergy/congregations in transition).
•3:30 p.m. Legislative sessions.
•7 p.m. Integrity Eucharist, Cathedral of St. John in the Wilderness.
•8 p.m. Episcopal Church Women evening of entertainment. Marriott Hotel. (See Triennial Today.) BOOK SIGNINGS IN EXHIBIT HALL
•12 p.m. "Holy Hunger," by Margaret Bullitt—Jonas, Episcopal Book/ Resource Center.
•2 p.m. "The New Altar Guild Book," by Barbara Gent,Morehouse.
•3 p.m. Cynthia Cohen, "Faithful Living, Faithful Dying: Anglican Reflections on the End of Life Care," "Toward a Good Christian Death: Crucial Treatment Choices," "Wresting with the Future: Our Genes and our Choices," "Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia: Christian Moral Perspectives," Morehouse.
•3 p.m. "I Am: Teaching Sermons in the Incarnation," by Penelope Duckworth, Abingdon Press, at the Cokesbury booth #150.

The proposed budget for the next triennium will be presented at a joint session of General Convention at 2 p.m. July 12. An open hearing on the income portion of the budget, which recommends a continuation of the 21 percent asking, will be held from 1:303 p.m. today in Room A108 of the Convention Center. The triennial audit report will be given at the hearing. An open hearing on expenditures will be held from 8—10 p.m. Friday in Salon E at the Marriott City Center.

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