If You Haven’t Registered for Convention, You’re LATE! But Not Too Late

Register Now to attend Diocesan Convention

Feb. 22 was the deadline for deputies and clergy to register for next week’s Diocesan Convention. To ensure that you get your voting credentials in good time, please register right now if you haven’t done so, whether you’re attending online or in person at Trinity Cathedral in Trenton. If you’re having trouble registering (or the registration form has closed when you try) email Mary Ann Clisham in the diocesan office for help.

Diocesan Convention is a time when clergy and lay representatives from around our diocese gather to share in the polity of the Church, upholding the common mission and ministry of our Lord Jesus Christ. All are welcome to join us as we worship together, conduct business, and listen to presentations.

Voting deputies and canonically resident clergy attending in person must bring their own web-enabled device (tablet, phone, or laptop) to vote online.

For all the latest information, forms, and reports related to diocesan convention, visit our Web site.

This year’s one-day hybrid meeting will be held on Saturday, March 4.

Non-voting members may view the proceedings on the “Live” page on the diocesan Web site and on the  diocesan YouTube channel. If you are not a voting member, your registration for the Zoom meeting will be denied. All voting for candidates, resolutions and the Budgets will be performed electronically.

Pre-Convention Hearings

If you weren’t able to attend any of the Pre-Convention Hearings, it’s important that you review one or more of the recordings of the sessions.

Our one-day convention on March 4 will not allow much time for extended discussion. The recordings below will answer many of your questions before convention begins. If you are a voting deputy or clergy member, you are asked to watch a recording to ensure you are knowledgeable about the issues you’ll be voting on.


Register for Diocesan Convention

Can’t see the form below? Use this link.