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Eco-Justice Resolutions
from the Episcopal Church

Continued Development and Maintenance of the Theological Education for All (TEforALL) Web Site, Internet and Electronic Resources

Final Resolution from
the 76th General Convention of The Episcopal Church, USA, July 2009

Resolution A086: Continued Development and Maintenance of the Theological Education for All (TEforALL) Web Site, Internet and Electronic Resources

Resolved, the House of Bishops concurring, That the 76th General Convention commends the Council of Seminary Deans and the Office of Ministry Development for the creation of the Theological Education for All Internet Resource; and be it further

Resolved, That the General Convention urges the Presiding Bishop and Chief Operating Officer to allocate Episcopal Church Center staff resources to the continued development and maintenance of that web site; and be it further

Resolved, That the 76th General Convention request that the Joint Standing Committee on Program, Budget and Finance consider a budget allocation of $15,000 for the implementation of this Resolution during the 2009-2012 triennium.


Proposer: Standing Commission on Lifelong Christian Education and Formation

Explanation:

The Theological Education for All (TEforALL) web site was initiated by the Council of Seminary Deans and is maintained by the Office of Ministry Development as the premier clearinghouse for resources and information regarding the breadth of theological education in The Episcopal Church. Today, resources from PEALL that address the history and future of educational formation for all age groups are also included on this web site. This Resolution provides funding for the ongoing design and maintenance of this valuable resource for providing significant value for the church's investment.

Resolution passed without change
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