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Parish hall meetings

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Archbishop Colin Johnson's PowerPoint presentation for the parish hall meetings in June 2012.

Archbishop Colin Johnson's PowerPoint presentation for the parish hall meetings in June 2012.

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    • 1. TOWN HALL MEETINGSThe Most Rev. Colin R. Johnson Archbishop of Toronto
    • 2. WELCOME
    • 3. Agenda• Welcome/Opening Prayer• History• Options for Consideration• Financial Implications/Cost Savings• Small Group Discussion• Reflection• Closing Prayer
    • 4. Options forConsideration
    • 5. Options to Consider• Status Quo – 4 Episcopal Areas – 4 Area Bishops – 1 Diocesan Bishop• Change – 3 Episcopal Areas – 3 Area Bishops – 1 Diocesan Bishop – Additional Archdeacons
    • 6. Working Toward A Decision Archbishop’s Decision Consultations Review - Town Halls - Council, and Options - Other Stakeholders
    • 7. History
    • 8. History• A Brief History• Episcopal Areas• College of Bishops• Role of Area Council• From Five to Four Episcopal Areas
    • 9. Comparisons
    • 10. Toronto is 50% larger than the next largest diocese (Huron – London)If the Episcopal Area were a diocese on its own now:• York Scarborough - 5th largest diocese in Canada• Trent Durham - in the top 1/3If Metro Toronto reconfigured as an Area, it would be 2nd largest in Canada.
    • 11. Role of the Bishop• Apostolic proclamation – Teaching, preaching, interpreting the Christian faith• Pastoral care – Parishes, clergy, lay leadership – Sacramental life• Oversight – unity, discipline, missional strategy• Governance – Whole diocese, episcopal area, national/international• Linkage/ representation
    • 12. Area Bishop or ArchdeaconArea bishop Territorial Archdeacon• Elected and consecrated to • Priest appointed by the the order of Bishop bishop• Leadership, governance, • Delegated to assist in the proclamation by right management of an area• Represents the diocese in • Participates in the wider councils of the governance of the diocese Church • Part-time or occasional• No regular parish • Has a parish assignment responsibilities
    • 13. comparisons• Diocese of Niagara (About 92 parishes, 100 clergy)– 1 bishop (previously assisted by a suffragan and an assistant bishop), 6 territorial archdeacons– Archdeacons have full-time responsibility for a large parish– Archdeacons are members of Diocesan Council– Clergy may meet directly with the bishop– Churchwardens must meet with the archdeacon before contacting the bishop– Confirmations in areas– Most visitations are mid-week, most parish Sunday visitations limited triennially• Diocese of Huron (173 active clergy)– Diocesan and 1 Area Bishop (formerly 2); 8 territorial archdeacons• Diocese of Nova Scotia and PEI (124 active clergy)– Diocesan and 1 Suffragan Bishop; 10 territorial archdeacons
    • 14. Options forConsideration
    • 15. Options to Consider• Status Quo – 4 Episcopal Areas – 4 Area Bishops – 1 Diocesan Bishop• Change – 3 Episcopal Areas – 3 Area Bishops – 1 Diocesan Bishop – Additional Archdeacons
    • 16. Why• Fewer parishes raises the question – should there also be fewer Bishops?• Timing – period of stability• Similar reviews at other levels
    • 17. FinancialImplications/Cost Savings
    • 18. An Area Bishop’s OfficeAverage Cost: Description Amount Personnel Cost $203,670 (Bishop/Admin Asst) Office Travel 5,550 Car Lease 8,983 Hospitality 2,625 Office Rent 12,381 Telephone 4,500 Office Supplies 3,375 Car Insurance 1,657 Miscellaneous 1,000 TOTAL $243,741
    • 19. Financial Implications• A reduction of one Bishop’s Office would still incur the following potential additional costs: – Archdeacons • Honorarium or part-time – Additional Travel – Administrative Assistant • Currently area admin. assist’ts are <f.t. – 2 Area offices currently in Diocesan Centre
    • 20. Small GroupDiscussion
    • 21. Areas to Discuss
    • 22. Present Situation• Under the current structure, what is your understanding of the role of the Area Bishop?• What would you miss if your Area Bishop was less available to you? What might be the benefit of a reconfiguration?
    • 23. Financial & Resource Effectiveness• What do you think about the financial and resource effectiveness of the proposal?
    • 24. Strategic Leadership• How important is it for an Area Bishop to be available to/for strategic leadership elsewhere in the Diocese or in the wider Church? How does this affect the missional capacity of the Church?
    • 25. Area Leadership• If the areas were to be reconfigured what do you think are the positive and negative effects on the balance of local, regional and diocesan planning, decision-making and resourcing for mission?
    • 26. Reflections
    • 27. What other informationwould be helpful for you tohave?
    • 28. ClosingPrayer
    • 29. Thank you!Questions?cjohnson@toronto.anglican.ca416-363-6021 ext. 250