Saturday, 6th July

Time

Session

Highlights

Venue

08.30

09.15

Morning Prayer

Morning Prayer and Theme-based Bible Study

Rt Revd Dr Dirk Jan Schoon

RaM

Plenary Hall

09.15 09.30

Official greetings

Official greetings: Bishop Dr Michael Bunker, Evangelical Church of the Augsburg Confession in Austria, general Secretary CPCE.

RaM

Plenary Hall

09.30

10.30

Business Plenary

Presentation and questions of clarification from the plenary. Relevant background pages from the Uppsala Report are indicated to facilitate the discussion.

 

Ø  Name, Legal Status, Headquarters, Duration (Article1)

Page 58.

Background page 45 : 3.43 ; page 10.14 ; page 54-55 ; page 93 : XVIII.

 

Ø  Reference to Belgian Law (Article 16)

Page 58.

 

Ø  Languages, Special Provisions (Article 17)

Ø  Transitional Provisions (Article 18)

Ø  Amendments to proposed constitution, if any

RaM

       Plenary Hall

10.30

11.00

Move to the Helia Hotel

Coffee break in Helia Hotel

HELIA HOTEL

 

11.00

12.15

 

Group work

Ø  Name, Legal Status, Headquarters, Duration (Article1)

Page 58.

Background page 45 : 3.43 ; page 10.14 ; page 54-55 ; page 93 : XVIII.

 

Ø  Reference to Belgian Law (Article 16)

Page 58.

 

Ø  Languages, Special Provisions (Article 17)

 

Ø  Transitional Provisions (Article 18)

Ø  Amendments to proposed constitution, if any

 

HELIA HOTEL

Groups 1 and 2 (English, no interpretation): Helia Conference Room

 

Group 3 (English, no interpretation):

 

Panorama Room

Group 4 (English, no interpretation):

Mercure Room

 

Group 5: (English, French interpretation)

Venus Room

Group 6: (German, English interpretation)

Orion Room

12.15

12.30

Move to RAM coliseum

 

12.30

12.45

Midday Prayers

RaM

       Plenary Hall

13.00

14.15

Lunch

Committees  meet during lunch if needed

 

RaM

Restaurant Recreation Rooms 2 and 3

 

Committees Recreation room 4

 

14.30

15.30

 

Business Plenary

Ø  Interview with Keynote Listeners

Ø  Presentation of motions for constitutional amendments

Ø  Vote on Articles 1 and 16-18

Ø  Amendments to proposed constitution, if any

RaM

Plenary Hall

15.30

16.00

Short Break

RaM

16.00

17.00

Business Plenary

Ø  Report from the Nominations Committee. Distribution of written reports from other Committees (Policy Reference, Public Issues, Finance)

RaM

Plenary Hall

17.00

17.30

Coffee break

RaM

Atrium & Restaurant

 

17.30

18.30

 

Business Plenary

Ø  Third reading of the new CEC Constitution with all approved amendments

Ø  Assembly Vote on the new constitution

RaM

Plenary Hall

18.30

19.30

 

 

Participants move to Recreation Rooms 2 and 3 for some welcome drinks and official greetings from Hungarian State and Church representatives

RaM

Recreation Rooms 2 and 3

19.30

21.00

Move back to Plenary Hall for special dinner hosted by the Local Committee

RaM Plenary Hall

21.00

Boat trip on the Danube