The worst possible scenario would be to have the bills tabled or shuffled until there was no time left. The progress is remarkable.
The TransEpiscopal team also told our story at the Consultation's Speaker's Forum in the exhibit Hall. Five of us spoke about our stories, about past and present and possible futures. We had forty-five minutes, but took an hour. There was a small group of people listening, but they all stayed to the end. Part of what held attendance down was that the house of Deputies and House of Bishops were meeting at the same time.
The day climaxed with the Integrity Eucharist. There must have been at least a thousand people in attendance. Bishop Gene Robinson celebrated and a great sermon was given by Bishop Barbara Harris of Massachusetts.
At the end we were all just beat! I'm headed to bed. Tomorrow is another day.