Episcopal Life Convention Daily
Saturday, 8 July 2000  

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Convention Daily is distributed each morning to the Hyatt, Marriott, Westin, Holiday Inn and Executive Towers hotels and at locations in the Colorado Convention Center. 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. Full information about your event is needed in order to have it published.

Half-hour orientations for convention visitors are offered twice daily in Room A109 at 8:40 before the morning Eucharist and at 1:45 p.m. 'Mini' sign language classes will be offered daily at the Episcopal Conference of the Deaf Booth 92 at 11 a.m., 1:30 p.m., and 3 p.m.


7:30 a.m. Legislative committees meet.

9:30 a.m. Eucharist and Scripture reflection.

11 a.m. Legislative sessions.

1 p.m. Rally in support of debt relief, sponsored by Jubilee 2000 Colorado coalition and Government Relations Office, on the green behind Currigan Hall (corner of Speer Boulevard and Stout Street).

1:15 p.m. Africa team program ministry lunch, "The Church in Africa." Room C-212.

1:15 p.m. Luncheon for bishops and deputies, American Anglican Council headquarters.

2 p.m. Fresh Start demonstration at Church Deployment Board Booth 98.

2:30 p.m. Legislative sessions.

4 p.m. Careers in theological education, tea and informal discussion, hosted by the Fellows Forum, Hyatt Regency.

4 p.m. Mile High Break, AAC headquarters. Refreshments and sharing of personal transformation stories.

5:30 p.m. General Theological Seminary Reception, Hyatt Regency Imperial Ballroom.

6 p.m. Episcopal Divinity School dinner. Speaker, Bishop Steve Charleston, Lawrence A-B room on mezzanine level, Westin Tabor Center, $40.

7 p.m. Deacon's Hospitality Night, Denver Marriott City Center, Salon A & B; Sign up at N.A.A.D. Booth.

7 p.m. General Theological Seminary Dinner, Hyatt Regency Imperial Ballroom.

7:30 p.m. Benefit concert for Jubilee Ministry Grants Fund. Reception to follow. Cathedral Church of St. John-in-the-Wilderness. Cost: $25-$50. Reception, $25. Tickets at Booth 63.


8 a.m. Episcopal Women's Caucus breakfast. Keynoter: Bishop Barbara Harris. $15. Advance reservations required (Booth 156). Hyatt Regency.

10 a.m. Convention Eucharist and UTO In-Gathering.

2 p.m. ECW conversation with Phoebe Griswold.

3:30 p.m. 50th anniversary of the Conference on the Religious Life in the Anglican Communion in the Americas, solemn vespers, light refreshments, Cathedral Church of St. John in the Wilderness.



10 a.m. The contributors to Gathering the NeXt Generation: Essays on the Formation and Ministry of GenX Priests, Morehouse.

12 p.m. "Things Seen and Unseen," by Nora Gallagher, Episcopal Book/Resource Center.

12:30 p.m. "Caught in Between" by Bishop Riah El Al Assal, bishop of Jerusalem, Episcopal Peace and Justice Network Booth #48.

1 p.m. "I Will, with God's Help," an Episcopal Confirmation for Youth and Adults, by Mary Lee Wile, Morehouse.

1:30 p.m. "Premarital Guidance," by Charles Taylor, Fortress Press, Booth 1416.   CALENDAR 

4 p.m. Spirits of Justice Awards sponsored by The Witness. Speaker: Bishop Peter Selby of Worcester, England, and author of "Grace and Mortgage"; St. Francis Center.

8 p.m. Celebration of Pamela Chinnis' ministry, Colorado Ballroom, Marriott Hotel.

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