The deputation to the General Convention of the Episcopal Church from the Diocese of Lexington gathered in Bishop Hahns’ room to get organized for the work ahead. Historically, resolutions, schedules and all pertinent information has been published in a large, weighty ‘Blue book.’ The 2015 General Convention is the first to provide IPads for deputies ( discovered to be more economic than printing the Blue Book). The intense concentration shown here gis focused on downloading the materials on personal devices !
Each deputy will report on a day in the life of a General Convention deputy. Canon Elise Johnstone’s report on Tuesday’s arrival day may be found by
*. Click on ‘ News’
*. Scroll to General Convention
*. Choose from the options labeled
#. Reports from Deputies
#. Bishop’s Blog
#. News and reflections
In order to provide full coverage, reports will be sent to the Communications Officer at 9 pm each day ( mountain time – 11 pm Kentucky time) for posting. Dr. Kay Collier McLaughlin, recently retired long- time Deputy for Leadership, Transitions and Communications is with the deputation to serve in this capacity as well as assisting Neva Rae Fox of the Presiding Bishop’s staff in the Media Center.
Breaking news will be posted on the home page of Diolex.org.