The Quadrennial Ministerial Convention-—since 1941 a regular feature preceding the General Conference session—-was a good meeting, rich in spiritual overtones and forthright counsel. It was the largest and best-attended convention we have yet held.
Many of our local churches have found it wise to adopt a policy concerning weddings held in the church. Over the years certain practices in the conduct of weddings have grown up, and to avoid the inroad of secularism and sentimentalism some churches have drawn up regulations to govern all weddings in the church. This is a step in the right direction.