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02 November 2006

PAUL Eddy, convener of The General Synod 45 Group, seeks comments, help, suggestions, or research results relevant to the  group, which is open to all churchmanships, and aims to encourage and recruit younger people to stand for all PCCs, and Deanery, Diocesan, and General Synods, so that by the next General Synod elections in 2010, 45 per cent of the new Synod should be under 45; and to work together as a group on General Synod scrutinising all reports, proposals and strategies, to ask how they further the mission or pastoral support of people in the dioceses aged 20-45. His email address is paul@pepr.co.uk.
Charlotte Chambers seeks the opinions and advice of both clergy and lay professionals on the participation of children in the statutory requirement to hold an act of daily worship in schools, on which almost half of schools are said to default. Her email address is e05313260@students.uce.ac.uk.
Elise Harding, née Scott, wishes to contact her cousin, born in 1946 as Barbara Rosalind Taylor, to parents Ada and James, probably of Chester-le-Street: Miss Taylor married an Anglican cleric. Mrs Harding can be contacted by phone on 01202 884775, or by email c/o the Revd Michael Harding, michaelharding@onetel.com.
Mrs Maggie Mudalige, on behalf of the Church History Documentation Centre at the Theological College of Lanka (Nandana Uyana, Pilimatalawa, Sri Lanka), collecting archives concerning the church history of the member denominations, including the Anglicans, seeks from former Mission Partners of Sri Lanka originals or photocopies of minutes, orders of service, photographs, and anything else of historic interest.

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