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Week of 6 February 2000

Victoria: Croydon, St John the Divine (Melbourne) --

Diocese of Moosonee --

Ontario: Welland, Holy Trinity (Niagara) --

Church Administration
St Paul's Episcopal Church in Kansas City, Kansas, USA, reports on a successful and enjoyable fundraising venture: they sell replicas of their belltower gargoyles. --

News Centre
South African Abp talks in Berkeley. Primates to meet in Portugal. Vivienne [sic] Faull made Leicester provost. House of Lords talks about sex. Diocese of Canterbury runs out of money. Ruth Gledhill attends a service at the Dome. Ruth, that's not MY service. Salisbury treasurer writes a Credo. Michigan consecrates a coadjutor. Promise Keepers implodes. Canada thinks about church bankruptcy. Arctic bishop reflects on recruiting. Australia elects a primate, and the mud is already flying. English churches weigh in on sex education. News Centre sprouts headlines. Why not freethinkers? Stephen Charleston interviewed by CNN. Plus, of course, dozens of loose ends and followup stories on last week's Bishops in Singapore story. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

Odds and Ends
Bibleman. (Yes, 'Bibleman'.) --
The York Minster Bells Appeal: a well-designed and informative web site on the appeal to supplement the Great Peter bell of York Minister. --

UK, Ireland, Scotland, and Europe
Faith in Schools, a Church of Ireland Initiative with other religious groups. Provides links to assist the teaching of faith and morality in the schools. --

London (Holborn): Queen Square, St George the Martyr (London) --
North Yorkshire: Scarborough, Parish of St Martin-on-the-Hill (York) --

The York Minster Bells Appeal: a well-designed and informative web site on the appeal to supplement the Great Peter bell of York Minister. --

California: Lake Arrowhead, St Richard (Los Angeles) --
California: San Bernardino, St John (Los Angeles) --
Florida: Boca Raton, St Gregory (Southeast Florida) --
Louisiana: Metairie, St Martin (Louisiana) --
Mississippi: Picayune, St Paul (Mississippi) --
New Jersey: Keansburg, St Mark (New Jersey) --
New Jersey: Keyport, St Mary the Virgin (New Jersey) --
New York: Glens Falls, Church of the Messiah (Albany) --
Texas: Baytown, Trinity Church (Texas) --
Virginia: Richmond (Glen Allen), Christ Church (Virginia) --

Week of 30 January 2000

British Columbia: Creston, Christ Church --

Newspapers Online
The Australian Church Record --

News Centre
Australia prepares to elect a new primate. Please hurry: we need archbishops with good sense in that part of the world. Britain argues about homosexuality and law, but we don't cover the story because we think it's British national news and not Anglican news. Primates from Singapore and Rwanda consecrate two Americans as bishops, presumably to send to the USA to create schism. We have extensive coverage of this. More on the Wee Frees, including some commentary on just how wee they are. Bishop of Wakefield writes a Credo. British government suggests that the church could do more to help the homeless. ("... after all, aren't those churches mostly empty these days?") Ruth Gledhill writes about an ancient clock at St Albans. A new issue of Beowulf on CD ROM. A new book about the Church of England, which we will call "major" at least until we've had a chance to read it. England continues to writhe over the issue of divorcees remarrying in church. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

UK, Ireland, Scotland, and Europe
English parishes
Georgeham: St George and Croyde, St Mary Magdalene (Exeter) --
Rushden: Whitefriars Church, within the parish of Rushden (Peterborough) --
Wilbarston, All Saints (Peterborough) --

Welsh Churches' National Assembly Centre: A bilingual site that seeks to provide up to date information to the churches concerning the National Assembly for Wales. --

California: Los Angeles, St Mary Palms (Los Angeles) --
Michigan: Traverse City, Grace (Western Michigan) --
Nebraska: Omaha, St Andrew (Nebraska) --
New York: New York City (Greenwich Village), St Luke in the Fields (New York) --
Rhode Island: Providence, S. Stephen (Rhode Island) --

Episcopal Student Ministry at Penn State University --

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