List of Delegates to General Synod

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List of Delegates to General Synod


How people get elected to synod

Each of the 30 diocesan synods across Canada elects a prescribed number of delegates.

The delegates include both clergy and lay people.

The delegates are elected by ballot; clergy voting for clergy members, laity voting for lay members.

The number of delegates each diocese is allowed to elect is determined by the number of licenced clergy in that diocese.

Diocesan bishops, coadjutor, assistant and suffragan bishops vote with the order of bishops. Retired bishops have a voice but no vote at synod.

1998 General Synod in Montreal:

There were 41 bishops, 113 clergy, 113 lay people and 28 youth delegates registered. Also in attendance were the Primate, the Prolocutor, the Deputy Prolocutor, the Chancellor, support staff, visitors, ecumenical and overseas partners, presenters and spouses.

1998 General Synod Delegates

ALGOMA

Rt. Rev. Ronald Ferris

Clergy

Ven. Rodney Andrews

Ven. Mark Conliffe

Ven. Susan De Gruchy

Ven. Lynn Uzans

Lay

Mr. Mal Binks

Dr. David Gould

Miss Alison Weir

Mr. Fred Poulter

Youth

Mr. Michael Grawbarger

ARCTIC

Rt. Rev. Chris Williams

Rt. Rev. Paul Idlout

Clergy

Rev. Canon Jona Allooloo

Canon Ben Arreak

Rev. Tom Martin

Lay

Mrs. Diane Brookes

Mrs. Lizzie Epoo-York

Mrs. Jeannie Nungak

ATHABASCA

Rt. Rev. John Clarke

Clergy

Rev. Timothy Chesterton

Rev. Fraser Lawton

Lay

Ms. Marlene Olson

Ms. Brenda Conroy

Youth

Ms. Adrienne Charlton

BRANDON

Rt. Rev. Malcolm Harding

Clergy

Rev. Paul Crossland

Very Reverend Jim Njegovan

Venerable Grahme Spear

Lay

Captain Reed Fleming

Mrs. Verna Otto

Mr. Lawrence Smith

Youth

Ms. Kimberley Whitehead

BRITISH COLUMBIA

Rt. Rev. Barry Jenks

Clergy

Rev. Canon Andrew Gates

Rev. Susanne House

Rev. Logan McMenamie

Rev. Dr. Kim Murray

Lay

Ms. Mary Alford

Mr. Jim Atwood

Ms. Barbara Pope

Ms. Sally Tuckey

Youth

Mr. Kyle Norman

CALEDONIA

Rt. Rev. John Hannen

Clergy

Rev. Lily Bell

Rev. Canon Dean Houghton

Rev. Canon Brian Wood

Lay

Ms. Elaine Collison-Baker

Mrs. Dawn Ragan

Mrs. Myrtice Alpen

Youth

Miss Maxine Wright

CALGARY

Most Rev. Barry Curtis

Rt. Rev. Gary Woolsey

Clergy

Rev. Thomas Carman

Rev. Andrew Hoskin

Very Rev. Robert Pynn

Rev. Jagdutt Singh

Lay

Mr. Geordie Clyde

Mr. Stephen Koning

Ms. Marlene Stevenson

Ms. Sheila Vanderputten

Youth

Ms. Christine Conkin Main

CANADIAN FORCES (MILITARY ORDINARIATE)

Rt. Rev. Andrew Hutchison

Clergy

Capt. Todd Meaker

Capt. Baxter Park

Lay

W.O. Bryan Campbell

Mrs. Cynthia Greenwood

CARIBOO

Rt. Rev. James Cruickshank

Clergy

Rev. Bruce Chamberlayne

Rev. Warren Deacon

Lay

Ms. Lela Zimmer

Mr. Al Miller

Youth

Mr. John Knapp

CENTRAL NEWFOUNDLAND

Rt. Rev. Edward Marsh

Clergy

Rev. David Hewitt

Rev. David Pilling

Rev. David Torraville

Lay

Mr. Freeman Piercey

Mr. Norman Purchase

Mr. William Reid

Youth

Ms. …

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