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Standing Commission on Ecumenical and Interreligious Relations
Digital Archive of Resources Related to Ecumenical Dialogues

The following resources have been compiled to assist the Standing Commission on Ecumenical and Interreligious Relations in researching the recent history of the dialogue between the Episcopal Church and the Moravian Church in America, most recently affirmed in General Convention resolution 2009-A073.

Note: These documents are the lastest versions that Archives could locate; revised versions may exist. To add documents to this page, please contact the Archives.

Episcopal-Moravian Dialogue

Finding Our Delight in the Lord: A Proposal for Full Communion
As Approved by the General Convention: 2009.
Content Note: Establishes a Joint Commission of the two Churches.

History of the Episcopal and Moravian Dialogue
Located in The Handbook for Ecumenism, The Office of Ecumenical and Interfaith Relations (TEC): 2007.

Resolution Authorizing Continuing Dialogue With the Moravian Church of America
General convention: 2003.

Report to the Standing Commission on Ecumenical Relations
The Moravian-Episcopal Steering Committee: 1999.
Content Note: Articulates the goals of the dialogue and recommends potential members of the dialogue team, noting that they must be appointed by the Presiding Bishop.

Memo from the Chair of the Moravian/Episcopal Dialogue Steering Committee
The Rev. Canon David Veal: July 1999.
Content Note: Confirms that the Presiding Bishop appoints the official dialogue team.

Resolution Establishing a Dialogue With the Moravian Church of America
General convention: 1997.

Last update April 25, 2014