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A synod is a council of a church, usually convened to decide an issue of doctrine, administration or application. The word synod comes from the Greek σύνοδος ...

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Dec 18, 2018 ... Synod definition is - an ecclesiastical governing or advisory council: such as.

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When the bishops of the whole world are congregated under the presidency of the pope, the synod is denominated ecumenical or general. It is only to such an ...

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Synod: Synod, (from Greek synodos, “assembly”), in the Christian church, a local or provincial assembly of bishops and other church officials meeting to resolve ...

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The ELCA's 65 synods vary greatly in size, geography, membership, staffing and program. Our smallest synod has 30 congregations — the largest nearly 300.

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Oct 18, 2018 ... Last year Pope Francis called bishops from around the world to gather in Rome for a synod on young people this October. It's the 15th general ...

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Synod definition, an assembly of ecclesiastics or other church delegates, convoked pursuant to the law of the church, for the discussion and decision of ...

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The synod of the CRC represents the churches of all the classes. Synod meets annually in June with 192 delegates: one minister, one elder, one deacon, and ...

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The Synod is the legislative body of the diocese, but Synod is more than just “ business.” It's a joy-filled opportunity to gather as a diocese for worship and ...