Women bishops approved

Published September 1, 2002

Members of the Scottish Episcopal Church, meeting in General Synod, have voted to allow women bishops. Churches across Scotland now have a year to discuss the issue in their own dioceses. The motion will be discussed at next year’s General Synod. If it is passed by two-thirds, the church’s laws will be changed. All seven Scottish Episcopal Church bishops supported the motion.


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