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Week of 20 February 2000

Tasmania, Sandy Bay, Parish of St Peter and St John --
Tasmania, Parish of Channel/Cygnet --

New South Wales, Morpeth, St John's Ministry Centre: 'Founded in 1898 as a Theological College for the preparation of candidates for ordination in the Anglican Church, St John's continues to be a place where people find warm hospitality, effective Christian formation, lively theological study and spiritual renewal'. --

Ash, St Peter and St Paul (Rochester) --
Cam with Stinchcombe, St George's Cam and St Cyr's Stinchcombe (Gloucester) --
Liverpool, Merseyside, St Thomas (Liverpool) --
London, Chiswick Parish Church (London) --
Stoke on Trent, St Saviour (Lichfield) --
Wymondham, Wymondham Abbey, The Abbey Church of St Mary and St Thomas of Canterbury (Norwich) --

Theological colleges
Oxford: Ripon College Cuddesdon --

The Right Reverend Paul Marshall, Bishop of the Diocese of Bethlehem (fourteen counties in eastern and northeastern Pennsylania, USA), has been writing a monthly column for local daily newspapers for three years. Eight now feature it; the papers have a combined circulation of 500,000. The bishops writes in his February article that Christianity no longer possesses the moral right to proselytize Jews.--

New York, Wappinger Falls: 11 March 2000
We Believe In the Resurrection Of The Body: A Teaching Mission of the Northeast Regional Chapter of SEAD (Scholarly Engagemnt With Anglican Doctrine). March 11, 2000 at Zion Church, Wappingers Falls, New York, 9:30am to 4pm, US $15 including lunch.
  Presentations: The Resurrection Scriptures and Easter Preaching and The Resurrection Faith by William G. Witt, Ph.D. Anglican Teaching On The Resurrection: Bishops Ramsey and Westcott Answer Bishop Spong by the Revd Leander S. Harding, Ph.D. Q&A session with a panel of SEAD scholars and pastors, followed by choral Evensong. For more information: Zion Church. +1 914-297-9797.

Northern Ireland: Coleraine, Co Londonderry, St Patrick and St Andrew (Connor) --

Guilds, Associations
The Ecclesiological Society: We're quite chagrined that this splendid web site has been on the Net, it appears, since 1998 and we didn't know of it. If you don't know the society, here's a capsule history: 'The original Cambridge Camden Society was founded in 1839 at Cambridge. In 1845 it moved to London, and changed its name to the Ecclesiological Society. The Society had a major influence on the development of church architecture during the mid-nineteenth century, under the influence of its founders Benjamin Webb, John Mason Neale, and Alexander Beresford-Hope. Its famous journal, The Ecclesiologist, was published between 1841 and 1868, and combined scholarly articles with trenchant criticism'. The site has super links and resources. --

News Centre
ABC asks news media to tattle on politicians. Two Church of Ireland priests emigrate so they can live together. More church/state issues in Britain. ABC asks English clergy to be more hip. Tasmania elects a bishop; Bunbury does not. BBC hires a reporter away from The Sun. Tutu brokers peace for Scottish nun. Rome names new English archbishops. C of E synod unhappy with BBC. English Bishops urged to learn bungee jumping, perhaps for fundraising purposes. Biblical illiteracy in southeast Asia. 'What the ek?' reaches its conclusion. +Liverpool wants consistency in baptism. Sudan elects an archbishop; US armed forces consecrate a bishop with many many hands laid on. More church/state stuff in England. It's the devil to pay in South Africa. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

Position openings
Diocese of New York (ECUSA): Director of Communication Resumes by 15 March
Episcopal Church in the USA: Director of Communication Posted 18 February, open until filled

Glasgow: St Matthew (Glasgow & Galloway)--

New York: Walton, Christ (Albany) --
New York: Burnt Hills, Calvary (Albany) --
New York: Rockville Centre, Ascension (Long Island) --
Tennessee: Nashville, St Andrew (Tennessee) --

Huston Camp and Conference Center, Washington (Diocese of Olympia) --

Diocese of Egypt --

Egypt: Maadi, St John the Baptist (Egypt) --
Indonesia: Jakarta, All Saints --
Japan: Odate, St Paul (Tohoku) -- (in Japanese)
Japan: Odawara, Holy Cross (Yokohama) -- (in Japanese)
Japan: Onahama, St Timothy (Tohoku) -- (in Japanese)
Japan: Tokyo, St Margaret (Tokyo) -- (in Japanese)
Japan: Tokyo, St Timothy (Tokyo) --
Japan: Zushi, St Peter (Yokohama) -- (in Japanese)

Week of 13 February 2000

Highclere, St Michael and All Angels (Winchester) --
London, Sydenham, Holy Trinity (Southwark) --
London, St Mary's Stoke Newington (London) --

Diocese of Southwell Church History Project. In its early stages, but wonderful to see what it will become. --

Cranmer Hall (and The Wesley Study Centre), St. John's College, University of Durham: A recognised full- and part-time training institution for Anglican (and Methodist) ordinands. --

USA: Boston, Massachusetts, 23 February 2000, 7pm

The Church of Our Saviour Distinguished Speakers Series: John Dominic Crossan, 'The Historical Jesus'. Crossan is a leading contemporary scholor on the historical Jesus annd early Christianity. He is professor emeritus of Biblical Studies at DePaul University and co-chair of the Jesus Seminar. His best-selling books include Jesus: A Revolutionary Biography, The Historical Jesus, and The Birth of Christianity. He was a featured comentator on the PBS special, From Jesus to Christ. Admission: Free-will donation at the door. Details: or

USA: New York, New York, 29 February-1 March 2000
'Common Mission In The City', a joint conference for Episcopalians and Lutherans co-sponsored by the General Theological Seminary and Lutheran Theological Seminary in Philadelphia. In addition to addresses by the Revd Philip Krey, Dean and President of the Lutheran Theological Seminary in Philadelphia, Archdeacon Michael Kendall of the Episcopal Diocese of New York, and the Revd Professor Pamela Cooper-White, two afternoon forums entitled Inner City Parishes in Dialog will be offered. Following a midday Eucharist with Bishop Mark Sisk preaching, there will be open workshops on topics as Parish Ministry, Social Witness, Liturgy and Spirituality, and Diaconal Ministries. All are welcome. More:

Sweden: Stockholm, Anglican-Episcopal Church (Europe) --

Liturgical Resources
A short history of the Warham Guild, with a bibliography. (Originally published in 1987 by the Anglican Bibliopole.)

News Centre
ECUSA takes no stand on same-sex unions. South African priest seen with devil's tale. Desmond Tutu wows 'em at 'God at 2000'. North Carolina elects a bishop. Canadian bishop sounds off about ECUSA and Singapore. Controversial installation of a dean in Seattle. Telegraph hopes you'll buy an old vicarage to rescue it from being an office building. The Guardian's religion columnist quits. +Basingstoke writes a Credo. Photographs available of Gibbs consecrations. Sydney Morning Herald seems unhappy with new primate. Archbishop Ndungane talks about homosexuality. Primates to meet in Portugal. Australians talk about their new primate. Diocese of Virginia shows us how to use the web well. Many more people weigh in on the Singapore Bishops affair. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

California: North Hollywood, St David (Los Angeles) --
Hawaii: Oahu, Wahiawa, St Stephen (Hawaii) --
Illinois: Chicago Heights, St Ambrose (Chicago) --
New York: Herkimer, Christ (Albany) --
New York: Potsdam, Trinity (Albany) --
Oklahoma: Claremore, St Paul (Oklahoma) --
Rhode Island: Pawtucket, Good Shepherd (Rhode Island) --
Tennessee: Franklin, St Paul (Tennessee) --
Vermont: Montpelier, Christ Church (Vermont) --
West Virginia: Chester, St Matthew (West Virginia) --

Diocese of Central Pennsylvania: Harrrisburg, St Stephen's Cathedral --

The Church Army USA --

Credo Cymru represents traditional Anglicanism in the Province of Wales, UK. Although not officially affiliated to Forward in Faith it is in fact the Welsh equivalent of that organisation. --

Japan: Kawagoe, Christ Church (Kitakanto) -- (in Japanese)
Japan: Niiza, St Paul's Chapel at Rikkyo High School (Kitakanto) -- (in Japanese)
Japan: Osaka, Grace (Seiai Kyokai) (Osaka) -- (in English)

Japan: Sapporo, Christ Church (Hokkaido) -- (in English and Japanese)

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) --

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