This year’s convention focused a great deal on making, equipping and sending mature disciples into the world, McKay said.
“That’s what the bishop is focusing on,” she said.
To do that, the Rt. Rev. W. Andrew Waldo laid out four priorities for the diocese’s 63 congregations: building the church community for prayer and discussion, teaching and vocation within the church, bearing witness and bringing service to the world and good stewardship of people, place and money, [Sally] McKay said.