3 BR127 A US educator and consultant on interreligious matters, Mosher introduces Episcopal diocesan interfaith officers and others to The Theological Statement on Interreligious Relations adopted by the General Convention of The Episcopal Church in 2009.
What does TEC stand for?
TEC stands for The Episcopal Church
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- The Education Company (Canada)
- The Electric Company (TV show)
- The Elite Clan (Counter-Strike clan)
- The Elite Connection (gaming clan)
- The Elongated Collectors (pressed elongated souvenir pennies)
- The Energy Cooperative (various locations)
- The Engineers’ Club
- The Entertainment Connection (various locations)
- The Entrepreneurship Center
- The Environmental Company, Inc (Annapolis, MD)
- The Eternal City (game)
- The Experts Conference (computing)
- Theatre Enabling Command (medical care; US DoD)
- Therapeutic Equestrian Center (various locations)
- Thermal Efficiency Construction
- Thermal Electric Control
- Thermal Engineering Corporation
- Thermal Expansion Coefficient
- Thermionic Energy Conversion
- Thermo-Electric Cooler
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Virginia's Supreme Court has sided with the Episcopal Church in its dispute with breakaway conservatives over historic and valuable parish property.
95, Soft Skull Press To people outside the Episcopal church of the United States of America (ECUSA), the recent saga of internal and external recriminations over the ordination of Gene Robinson, an openly and non-celibate gay priest, as bishop of New Hampshire, is usually understood in the familiar secular language of liberalism and conservatism, of progress and tradition, and of moralism and relativism, with observers taking sides on the basis of their own political or cultural views.
In response, Archbishop Rowan Williams proposed that a number of bishops from the Episcopal Church meet to explore a way forward.
Following the diocese's recommendation, two General Assemblies of the Episcopal Church will need to agree to the recommendation.
Also, in 1981, The Episcopal Church published Lift Every Voice and Sing: A collection of African-American Spirituals and Other Songs (The Church Hymnal Corporation, June 1981).