TREC invites conversation through website, social media

Posted May 15, 2013

[Episcopal Church Office of Public Affairs press release] The Task Force for Reimagining the Episcopal Church (TREC) is utilizing social media to solicit ideas, info and as a means to hear from the church. And, TREC plans to regularly pose questions, report on its progress, and engage both the wider church and specific groups within the church in an ongoing dialogue throughout the triennium.

The TREC website is at, twitter and Facebook

According to the Rev. Canon Craig Loya, “An important part of our work during this triennium is to engage the wider church in conversations about church structure and about what God is calling us to be as The Episcopal Church embraces change and creativity in the years to come.”

Dr. Katy George noted, “We are committed to transparency and sharing information as our work evolves. However, what would make this journey relevant, meaningful and productive is the active engagement of the church in this process at all levels. We welcome you to be part of this journey.”

In inviting conversation and engagement, the Rev. Joseph M.C. Chambers said, “It is our desire that our website and social media pages serve as tools for conversation and a platform for sharing information; a bridge to connect every Episcopalian with the work TREC has ahead. As we share a common love for our beloved Episcopal Church, we invite you to invest in this process. Join us, and share your thoughts, ideas, dreams and hopes for The Episcopal Church you would like to see.”

Other contact information includes:, Task Force for Reimagining the Episcopal Church, PO Box 11641, St Louis, MO 63105-1641.