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General Convention 2000
Reports from Correspondents

includes these reports from Anglicans Online readers who have kindly allowed us to publish what they have written.

We welcome reports by Anglicans Online readers who are attending General Convention, whether in a formal or informal capacity. If you email us something that is as unbiased as you can make it—and it's literate, readable, and provides information that we think readers will be interested in—we'll publish it here.

Judy Fleener
Judy Fleener is a lay deputy from the Diocese of Western Michigan.

7 July 2000:
In Denver; salt on the floor
6 July 2000:
In Denver; quiet meditation
5 July 2000:
In Denver; on music and liturgy
4 July 2000:
In Denver; the convention starts moving
3 July 2000:
In Denver

Kendall Harmon
The Revd Dr Kendall S Harmon is Theologian in Residence, St Paul's Church, Summerville, South Carolina, and a clerical deputy from the Diocese of South Carolina.

10 July 2000:
The Mystery and Future of the Church
9 July 2000:
koinonia or "Rodney King" Theology?
8 July 2000:
One deputy's opinion of CCM

Pepper Marts
Pepper Marts lives in Albuquerque, New Mexico, in the Diocese of the Rio Grande.

13 July 2000:
Human Relationships, final vote
11 July 2000:
Statements from AAC and Integrity
11 July 2000:
Deputies reject "non-traditional" rites
10 July 2000:
Compromise on Human Relationships
7 July 2000:
Deputy attempts exorcism on Louie Crew
5 July 2000:
First day of business

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