At the initiative of Changing Attitude, a meeting has been organised with Canon Gregory Cameron, Deputy General Secretary Anglican Consultative Council. Canon Cameron is secretary to the Reception Reference Group, appointed under the chairmanship of the Most Revd Peter Kwong, Primate of Hong Kong, to assist the primates by monitoring the way in which the Windsor Report has been received across the Anglican Communion
The meeting on 1 February will include representatives from member groups of Inclusive Communion, the international lesbian and gay Anglican body established in 2003. Groups known to be sending representatives include Changing Attitude, Integrity USA, LGCM, the Lesbian and Gay Clergy Consultation and the General Synod Human Sexuality Group. Changing Attitude Scotland and Integrity Uganda also hope to be present. Other Inclusive Communion member groups have been invited to submit written submissions.
Inclusive Communion will use the three hour meeting to present its view that after resolutions from successive Lambeth Conferences in 1978, 1988 and 1998 calling for the church to dialogue with and listen to lesbian and gay people and carry out a deep and dispassionate study of homosexuality, the Lambeth Communion must now be persuaded at the highest level to engage constructively with us. The Windsor Report says it is vital that the Communion establish processes and structures to facilitate ongoing discussion on issues relating to human sexuality.