On the final afternoon of the 43rd General Council, commissioners approved and made final amendments to proposals on the theme of Remit Implementation.
In a changing church and world, do we need to update our theological language to reflect a 21st-century context?
The ecumenical, interfaith, and global delegation delivered an impassioned joint statement on justice and partnership on Friday morning.
Can the church become discombobulated, destabilized, and even deranged? This was the challenge delivered in a sermon by the Rev. Philip Peacock, Executive Secretary of the World Communion of Reformed Churches for justice and witness.
Commissioners approved all seven proposals under the theme Intercultural and Dominant Privilege Lenses.
The Rev. Kimberly Heath, President of Bay of Quinte Conference, speaks about her experience of co-hosting GC43.
Rev. Bernice Saulteaux and Rev. Nelson Hart, Leading Elders of the All Native Circle Conference, discuss their impression of General Council on its final day.
The proposal on Formation for Church Leadership was approved by a strong majority.
Decisions on right relations work focused on continuing reconciliation and genuine reparation by upholding the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.