Archbishop Duncan joined members of the Anglican Church in North America Executive Committee for meetings February 9-11 at Christ Church Anglican in Phoenix, Ariz.
The 12-member Executive Committee is comprised of clergy and laity and serves as the Board of Directors for the Anglican Church in its capacity as a non-profit corporation.
It provides temporal oversight for the Church and ongoing governance between Provincial Council meetings.
Also present in Phoenix were members of the Archbishopâ€™s Cabinet, which includes bishops who serve as advisers on issues within the province and the wider Anglican Communion.
The Archbishopâ€™s Cabinet met to deal with issues of spiritual leadership within the church and then joined the Executive Committee for a joint session.
Several topics were discussed during the meetings, from international issues affecting our brothers and sisters in Christ around the Anglican Communion to the exciting news about the growing Anglican Church chaplaincy program.
Those in attendance also discussed plans for the Anglican Church in North Americaâ€™s Provincial Assembly in 2012 and received reports from the Liturgy and Common Worship Task Force and the Anglican Standards Task Force regarding criteria for approving seminaries.