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Week of 16 April 2000

Books, Authors
'Little Gidding': A web site devoted to the religious community created by Nicholas Ferrar in the seventeenth century. There are electronic texts, images, and links. --

British Columbia: Surrey, Ocean Park, St Mark (New Westminster) --

British Columbia Anglican Youth Movement --
Ask and Imagine: Life, Leadership, and Theological Exploration for Anglican Youth --

Braunston, All Saints (Peterborough) --
Coundon, Coventry), St George (Coventry) --
Cray, St Barnabas and St Paul (Rochester) --
South Normanton, St Michael and All Angels (Derby) --
Stevenage, St Nicholas (St Albans) --

Chaplaincy webpage for Cheltenham and Gloucester College of Higher Education --

Holy Week Resources
Oremus daily offices for Holy Week --
Lent/Holy Week 2000@CHRISTWORLD, includes 'Scripture meditations, stations of the cross, Passion in motion, Passion around the world' --
'Seeing Salvation', an exhibition at the National Gallery, London --

Internet resources
E-Texts for the Times: Anglican resources for the Palm-Computing Platform. A wonderful new source of texts, including The Gift of Authority, Called to Common Mission, and Tracts for the Times. Thanks to David Simmons for the work involved in doing this. --

News Centre
The church is dying. ABC talks about how he became Archbishop. More immigration squabbles in UK. The 'Hell Exists' story revisited. Dean of Liverpool dies. Church of England passes audit. ECUSA anounces receipt of letter from ELCA. Letters to the editor about +York's comments last week. Scottish churches predict future union. Multi-faith coronation for Prince Charles. And we found something that might be mistaken for a web site for the Archbishop of York, but actually it's an advert for hiring out rooms in his palace.

News of AO founder Tod Maffin: Tod will be hosting an hour-long show on CBC Radio One Tuesday nights across Canada beginning 26 June at 8 pm (local times) for ten weeks, with the possibility of its being renewed. Tod is the writer, producer and host of the program, to be called 'TodRadio dot com'. The website is suitably It's in its early stages, but you might like to have a look.
Well done, Tod!

Alabama: Daphne, Church of the Apostles (Central Gulf Coast) --
California: Santa Barbara, Trinity (Los Angeles) --
Louisiana: Shreveport, St. Matthias (Western Louisiana) --
Massachusetts: East Longmeadow, St Mark (Western Massachusetts) --
New York: Glendale, Annunciation (Long Island) --
New York: Hopewell Junction, Resurrection (New York) --
Texas: Houston, St. John the Divine (Texas) --

Young Episcopalian: 'A forum for young adults in the Episcopal Church USA --

New York: Manhattan, The Cathedral School of St John the Divine --

Abergavenny: St Mary's Priory (Monmouth) --

Hong Kong: Kowloon, Holy Trinity (Eastern Kowloon) --

Ask and Imagine: Life, Leadership, and Theological Exploration for Anglican Youth --
British Columbia Anglican Youth Movement --
Young Episcopalian: 'A forum for young adults in the Episcopal Church USA' --

Week of 9 April 2000

The Anglican Society, 'which in the United States of America was established in the year 1932, has as its purpose to promote and maintain the Catholic doctrine, discipline, and worship of the Episcopal Church in accordance with the principles and contents of the Book of Common Prayer and in the context of an on-going exploration and affirmation of Anglican identity and self-understanding.' --

Tasmania: East Devonport, St Paul --

Worting: St Thomas of Canterbury (Winchester) --

Theological Colleges
Sarum College, an ecumenical theological college in the Close of Salisbury Cathedral --

Praxis, formed in 1990 as an initiative in liturgical formation for the Church of England sponsored by the Liturgical Commission of the Church of England, the Alcuin Club, and the Group for the Renewal of Worship. --

Jeanie and Bill Wylie-Kellermann have been on a remarkable journey since September 1998, when Jeanie was diagnosed with a malignant brain tumour. Jeanie's reflections on life, illness, love, God, disease, laughter, death are astonishing reading. Jeanie is a co-editor of The Witness magazine and Bill contributes frequently to that monthly magazine. --

12 April, 8pm: Webcast by Episcopal Catheral Teleconferencing Network: 'Eight (ECUSA) Bishops Ponder the Millennium'

'Following upon the successful webcast of "God at 2000", ECTN will be streaming audio and video of "The Church at the Millennium: Eight Bishops Respond" on PC users with modems of 56K and higher (or access to DSL or T1 lines) are encouraged to log on and watch the broadcast'. Eight bishops of the US church will reflect on their vision for their dioceses: Richard Chang, Bishop of Hawaii; Christopher Epting, Bishop of Iowa; Robert Ihloff, Bishop of Maryland; Peter Lee, Bishop of Virginia; John Lipscomb, Bishop of Southwest Florida; Calude Payne, Bishop of Texas; William Swing, Bishop of California; and Catherine Waynick, Bishop of Indianapolis.

Lenten Resources
Passover Dinner for Christian Congregations. A guide to online and offline resources to help Christians understand and celebrate Seder. --

News Centre
ABC predicts disestablishment. English parish may move to Rwanda. Archbishop of York says that the internet has a potential for evil. The Tablet has 2 articles about the Anglican Communion. Nelson Mandela praises Trevor Huddleston. Dedication of the Mission to Seafarers. Squabble about Churchwardens. Empty churches: bad entertainment? Hell exists, and it's filling up. ECUSA bishops meet and smile a lot. Sydney archbishop heads in his own direction. A handsome new bishop in Barbados. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

Buckie: All Saints (Aberdeen and Orkney) --
Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Anglican Chaplaincy --
Portsoy: St John (Aberdeen and Orkney) --

Indiana: Whiteland, St Thomas (Indianapolis) --
Rhode Island: Providence, All Saints (Rhode Island) --
Texas: Dallas, Trinity Church (Dallas) --

The Church Publishing Company has put the text of the "Blue Book" online at These are the documents for ECUSA's General Convention. You will need the very latest version of Adobe Acrobat to read them; instructions for installing it are on the Church Publishing site.

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