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General Synod highlights: 2030 net-zero target; Windrush legacy; Living in Love and Faith

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13 February 2020

geoff crawford/church times

The Revd Andrew Moughtin-Mumby (Southwark) speaks on his private member’s motion which called for the Synod to “lament, on behalf of Christ’s Church, the conscious and unconscious racism experienced by countless BAME Anglicans in 1948 and subsequent years”

The Revd Andrew Moughtin-Mumby (Southwark) speaks on his private member’s motion which called for the Synod to “lament, on behalf of Christ’s Church, ...

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This week, Ed Thornton catches up with Madeleine Davies and Adam Becket, who have just returned from the press gallery at the General Synod, which has been meeting in Church House, Westminster.

They tell us what some of the stand-out debates have been, including the surprise commitment to setting a 2030 target for net zero carbon emissions; repentance for the racism expressed to the Windrush generation; and the latest on the Living in Love and Faith project.

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