In 2007 I was involved, in 2010 I was interested, in 2013 I have to confess, the latest Anglican Church of Canada synod has found me indifferent. But nevertheless I thought I should mark its passing.
As David points out here, the one motion that could pass as interesting was the one to:
direct the Council of General Synod to prepare and present a motion at General Synod 2016 to change Canon XXI on Marriage to allow the marriage of same sex couples in the same way as opposite sex couples
I’m not taking any bets on how it will go in 2016, and with the final vote in 2019.
I do remember how many folk on the other side of the argument about 10 or so years ago were at pains to point out this was about blessings, not marriage – marriage was not going to be touched. We were not fooled by that, even then.