Hard copies have come to the Convention delegates by mail.
I will read up and hopefully post some impressions after Easter.
Let me offer one more word of praise for the Nominating Committee. They seem to have leaned toward candidates who bring health to their congregations. This diocese is hurting - to ignore that is to be in the worst sort of denial. The candidates (with one caveat - see below) seem to have nurtured growth, new ministry, solid lay leaders and other measures of health in their various settings.
The caveat: I am going to be interested in Doug Dunn's responses. His parish suffered massive attendance decline, and is in a conflicted, unhealthy diocese. He has little to nothing available in terms of sermons or newsletters by which one can get to know him from a distance. And he apparently has some inside connections around the diocese - that's a red flag if it means more of the "in group/out group" dynamics that have been less than helpful here.
But like I say, the Nominating Committee seems to have looked for healthy leaders so they must have seen something. So I will look forward to reading the candidate statements and info, and hope to share some worthwhile questions and comments.