The Diocese of Ohio is part of the worldwide Anglican Communion represented in the United States by The Episcopal Church.
The Episcopal Church of Ohio ministers in our Church and in our communities in many inspiring ways.
General Convention Deputies are elected in the year prior to each General Convention. Clergy and lay members elected to this position serve as deputies at the 81st General Convention in July 2024, or any Special General Convention between their election and the election of their successors.
At General Convention, the deputies consider amendments to the church’s constitution and canons, resolutions on ecclesiastical matters and social issues, adopt a budget for the ministry of The Episcopal Church, and hold elections to various offices in the wider church, including in 2024 a new Presiding Bishop of The Episcopal Church.
In the 206th Diocesan Convention in 2022, four (4) lay and four (4) clergy for three (3)-year terms. Alternate Deputies will be elected in 2023 (at the 207th Diocesan Convention). The Diocese of Ohio will pay the expenses of Deputies and first Alternate Deputy (Lay and Clergy) to attend General Convention. Other Alternates will attend should it be required by the absence of a Deputy.
The 2024 General Convention will take place in July, 2024 in Louisville, Kentucky Deputies will need to be available to attend during those dates.
In compliance with the 201st Diocesan Convention Resolution R-2, all Diocesan elected office holders are required to receive anti-racism training within one year of their assuming office.
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