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Week of 12 March 2000

New South Wales: Wyoming, Holy Family (Newcastle) --

Books, Magazines, etc.
'Spirituality and Health': A new magazine on, well, just that. Trinity Church Wall Street is a major underwriter and contributor. Many people will see this as more new agey than spiritual in the more classical sense, but it's worth skimming. --

Addington, St Mary the Virgin (Oxford) -- Papworth: Papworth team ministry (Ely) --

The Centrist Moment: An article written for Anglicans Online by the Reverend Pierre W. Whalon.

Chicago, USA: 10 March-11 June, Dead Sea Scrolls on exhibition: 'On loan from the Israel Antiquities Authority, the Dead Sea Scrolls are coming to Chicago. The Field Museum exhibition will be the first time that the Scrolls have been in Chicago since 1949 and their first time in the Midwest since 1965. This exhibition will include portions of 15 different scrolls, five of which have not been seen outside of Israel and eighty archaeological artefacts from the area where the scrolls were discovered'. At the Field Museum. --

York, England: 22 June-22 July, Millennium Mystery Plays: 'For the first time ever, the York Millennium Mystery Plays will take place in York Minster from 22nd June to 22nd July 2000'. --

Lenten resources
Our page of links and resources for the season.
New: The Stations of the Cross, a modern set of meditations on the Stations, with streaming audio files. 'We've tried to provide a chance to experience as fully as possible ... the stations for those unable to get away from work or home to walk this Way of the Cross with others'. --

Theological Resources
'God at 2000': If you weren't able to watch or take part in the God at 2000 Trinity Institute Conference in Oregon a few weeks ago, you can now listen to audio and video excerpts of some of the major presentations. --

News Centre
Pope visits Israel for the first time in 50 years. Singapore bishop announces a franchise. Richard Holloway to retire. Dead Sea Scrolls in Chicago. Michael Ingham warns against a split in Vancouver. Michael Peers is in Sydney and talks to Margaret Rodgers. Bishop of Rochester writes about marriage and family; those who have one without the other are insulted. Images of Christ in the National Gallery. Cardinal Biffi warns that the Antichrist is disguised on earth and that he is a vegetarian. Golly, we hope that the Pope's advance men have cleared the area of vegetarians. Prince of Wales sponsors the Prayer Book Society. Women priests in England are feeling bleak. Synod of SE Asia supports its primate. Former ABC supports pig farmers. Hmm. Vegetarians are a threat to pig farmers, aren't they? All this, and more, in the News Centre.

Odds and Ends: Architecture
England's 1000 Best Churches, as Simon Jenkins (no, not our Simon Jenkins of Ship of Fools, another one) sees it. The Country Life web site gives you a taste of the book, and features 15 or so of the best. --

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

Diocese of New Hampshire --

Missouri: St Louis, Trinity (Missouri) --
New York: Colonie, St Michael (Albany) --
New York: St James, St James (Long Island) --
New York: Schenectady, Christ (Albany) --
North Carolina, Davidson: St Alban (North Carolina) --
Pennsylvania: Williamsport, Christ Church (Central Pennsylvania) --
South Carolina: Charleston, Holy Trinity (South Carolina) --
Wisconsin: Madison, Grace (Milwaukee) --

Pro-Cathedral of the Diocese of the Rio Grande: Church of St Clement --

Youth ministry in the Diocese of South Carolina --

Week of 5 March 2000

Church history
What happens when a church disappears? 'The Old Elk Run (Anglican) Church is a property in ruins; that is, it is an historical site, but there is no building. Old Elk Run Church was the first Anglican Church in Fauquier County, Virginia and former Chief Justice John Marshall was a descendent of the first Rector'. --

Astley, Clive, Grinshill and Hadnall: combined home page for four parishes in Shrewsbury (Lichfield) --
Burnham, St Peter (Oxford) --
Hammersmith, St John (London) --
London, Westminster, St Stephen with St John Rochester Row (London) --
Northampton, All Saints (Peterborough) --
Reading, Berkshire, St Mary Magdalen, Tilehurst (Oxford) --
Tamworth, St Francis (Lichfield) --
Wymondham, Wymondham Abbey (Norwich) --

Lenten resources
Our page of links and resources for the season.

News Centre
English clergy and AIDS. A coverup attempt by the (late) Bishop of Salisbury. Bishop sought in Barbados. Bishop elected in Nassau. Bishop not elected in Panama. Bishop not consecrated in Atlanta. New prayers in old places. +Wakefield writes a Credo. +Edinburgh bails Afghan hostages. +Melbourne speaks out, surprising those who thought they knew him. BBC religious coverage seen as unchanging. Rowan Williams enthroned as Primate of Church in Wales. And (roll of drums, please) The Church of England is engaging in Synodic News Releases.

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

Religious orders
The Community of Celebration: A religious order, located in the Diocese of Pittsburgh, whose roots reach back m
ore than 30 years to the inner-city Church of the Redeemer in Houston, Texas. 'Membership includes men and women, married and single, adults and children, clergy and laity. The Community's mission is to proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ by living in community and offering ourselves in service to the Church and to the world'. --

Georgia: Valdosta, Christ (Georgia) --
Massachusetts: Hamilton, Christ (Massachusetts) --
Massachusetts: Millis, St Paul (Massachusetts) --
Michigan: Detroit, Christ Church Cranbrook (Michigan) --
Missouri: Springfield, Christ (West Missouri) --
New Hampshire: Exeter, Christ (New Hampshire) --
New York: Saratoga Springs, Bethesda Episcopal Church (Albany) --
North Carolina: Greenville, St Paul --
North Carolina: Wilmington, St Paul --
Pennsylvania: Hilltown, Good Shepherd (Pennsylvania) --

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