Anglican General Synod

Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia

Te Hahi Mihinare ki Aotearoa ki Niu Tireni, ki Nga Moutere o Te Moana Nui a Kiwa

GSTHW 2022 Bills

2022 Bills (yet to come)

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Bills deferred from GSTHW 2020:

Bills 4-13 were introduced by Motion 1 at GSTHW 2020, to be deferred for later consideration at a special GSTHW, though Bills 6 and 9 were brought forward and passed in July 2020. No later special GSTHW was able to be held due to COVID19, thus these Bills are now deferred to GSTHW 2022.

Bill 4 - Confirmation of Statute 733 (2018)

Bill 4 31.45 kB

Bill 5 - Confirmation of Statute 736 (2018)

Bill 5 29.40 kB

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Bill 7 - Confirmation of Statute 740 (2018)

Bill 7 29.06 kB

Bill 8 - Confirmation of Statute 742 (2018)

Bill 8 29.31 kB

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Bill 10 - Amending 'The Liturgies of the Eucharist' (transferring All Saints Day Prayers)

Bill 10 60.44 kB

Bill 11 - Amending 'The Liturgies of the Word' (adding alternative Glorias)

Bill 11 59.17 kB

Bill 12 - Amending Title E Canon II (clarifying a responsibility of Te Kotahitanga)

Bill 12 26.19 kB

Bill 13 - Amending Title F/ Canon V (adding expertise members to GCTB)

Bill 13 29.51 kB

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