Resolution 24 - Church Unity and the Church Universal - The Church of North
Resolutions from 1958
Church Unity and the Church Universal - The Church of North India and the Church of Pakistan
The Conference wholeheartedly desires that the Plan for reunion in North India and Pakistan may go forward, and that the intention of the Plan may be secured, that the ministry of the United Church shall be "fully accredited in the eyes of all its members, and so far as may be of the Church throughout the world."
The Conference wholly shares the desire of the Church of India, Pakistan, Burma, and Ceylon that the Anglican Communion should be able to enter into full communion with the United Church; it believes that the Churches and provinces of the Anglican Communion could enter into full communion if the recommendations concerning the service for the unification of the ministry could be accepted.
Should further explanation and discussion concerning the recommendations be desired, the Conference requests the President to appoint a small commission of bishops to be immediately available for consultation with the Church of India, Pakistan, Burma, and Ceylon.