Here is the agenda for Synod 2021.
For ease of reference, here is a link to each of the protests and appeals.
Strangely enough, one item did not make it on the agenda.
That was a letter sent to the Stated Clerk from First Reformed Protestant Church.
Here are the relevant “Rules for Synodical Procedure” which speak to this matter. You can find this information on pages 89-91 of the green plastic Church Order book.
A – 4. The Stated Clerk shall ordinarily publish all material intended for the Agenda. He shall, however, have the right to exercise his discretion on matters which are clearly not ecclesiastical (Article 30 of the Church Order), but shall nevertheless list them in the Agenda and send them to synod for final adjudication. He shall not assume synod’s prerogative to decide whether material is legal or illegal.
B – 3 The following matters shall be considered by synod:
B – 3 – f Correspondence received from individuals or bodies outside our denomination or from bodies within our denomination other than ecclesiastical assemblies.
In his report, however, the Stated Clerk gives his reason for not including the letter on the agenda – “Because the correspondence/protest was not from a member or a group within the PRCA, I made the judgment that it not be included in the agenda.”
It has been fascinating to watch the Stated Clerks of both Classis East and Synod completely ignore the rules when it comes to material that should be included on the agenda.
And that behavior continues.