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What's New This Week

ALL THE NEW URLS we receive each week are here. We list two (sometimes three) weeks' worth, cycling the old ones off each week. As they disappear from this page, you'll find the links moved to their natural home categories in our resource pages.

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Week of 25 June 2000

Biblical resources
'All-in-One Biblical Resources Search': This site is really quite amazing. Have a look. --

Ontario: Brockville, St Peter (Ontario) --
Saskatchewan: Saskatchewan, St Mary The Virgin (Qu'Appelle) --

Diocese of Keewatin --

Chichester, Immanuel (Chichester) --
Iffley, Oxford, St Mary (Oxford) --
Kennington, Oxford, St Swithun (Oxford) --
London: St Mary of Eton with St Augustine Hackney (London) --
Smethwick, Old Church (Birmingham) --

'My Ancestor was an Anglican Clergyman': a basic guide to sources for tracking down ecclesiastical ancestors. --

News Centre
America's ABC searches for Jesus. Big donation to Nashotah House. Rumours of a new Archbishop in London. Interview with the Primate in Nigeria, whose citizens often attend church more than once a week. A columnist says that the Internet is totally ordinary, despite what bishops say about it. English vicar to use Ugandan bishop. Methodists and Anglicans have tea. Salisbury Cathedral rids itself of troublesome architects. Clifford Longley writes about American politics. Dean of St Albans dies. York's mystery plays to be performed in the Minster. England gets ready for its Synod. McLean's reflects on Canada's residential schools. Church organs broken. English vicar makes the news. Bede gets some attention. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

Dunfermline: Holy Trinity (St Andrews Dunkeld and Dunblane) --

California: Capitola, St John the Baptist (El Camino Real) --
Georgia: Kingsland, King of Peace Episcopal Church (Georgia) -- (See how a church begins in 2000 in the American South ...)
Maryland: Westminster, Ascension (Maryland) --
New Jersey: Hunterdon, Christ (New Jersey) --
New Jersey: Princeton, All Saints (New Jersey) --
New Jersey: Red Bank, St Thomas (New Jersey) --
New Jersey: Stone Harbor, Saint Mary (New Jersey) --
New York: Levittown, St. Francis of Assisi (Long Island) --
Pennsylvania: Wynnewood, All Saints (Pennsylvania) --
South Carolina: John's Island, Church of Our Saviour (South Carolina) --
Wisconsin: Janesville, Trinity (Milwaukee) --
Wisconsin: Stevens Point, Church of the Intercession (Fond du Lac) --

Nebraska: Hastings, Saint Mark's Cathedral (The cathedral for the Missionary District of Western Nebraska until that diocese merged with the Diocese of Nebraska in 1946. As a part of that merger, Saint Mark's retained its designation as pro-cathedral representing the history and missionary culture of the western part of the diocese.)

Week of 18 June 2000

Associations, Guilds
Guild of Carillonneurs in North America: 'a significant site for carillons, especially in churches in the US and Canada'. -- (Cross-linked under 'Music: Bells')

British Columbia: Nanoose Bay, St Mary (British Columbia) --
Newfoundland: St John's, Parish of St Michael and All Angels (Eastern Newfoundland and Labrador) --

Southampton, Swaythling Parish (Winchester) --
Milton Keynes, St Mary's, Woughton-on-the-Green (Oxford) --

Whyke, St George (Chichester) --

Christ Church Cathedral Society of Change Ringers, Dublin --
Guild of Carillonneurs in North America: 'A significant site for carillons, especially in churches in the US and Canada'. -- (Cross-linked under 'Associations')

News Centre
Australian national television talks about its Anglican Church. If the English won't do it, then why not ask the Scottish--it has worked before. Proposal to count church attendance differently. A positive experience in the Dome. God and free will. Inclusiveness. Skipping church. New suffragan bishops, but none from Bolsover. Talk of a government bailout in Canada. Clifford Longley on political correctness. Biker funeral. All about Alpha, again. Training priests in martial arts. Opening the Parker library? An interview with Frank Griswold. More on the Solomon islands; wisdom needed. Anglican cemeteries in faraway places. Internet scams reach African diocese. Famous vicar claims that the end is near. Or at least The Times says that he said it; he said that he didn't say it. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

Galashiels, St Peter (Edinburgh) --

UK resources
Find a Church Near You on Holiday: 'An attempt at collating and indexing church sites by county/town throughout Britain as resource for holiday makers'. --

California: San Rafael, St Paul (California) --
Kentucky: Louisville, St Matthew (Kentucky) --
Kentucky: Louisville, St Francis in the Fields (Kentucky) --
Kentucky: Paducah, Grace (Kentucky) --
New Jersey: Pennsville, St George (New Jersey) --
New York: Jamestown, St Luke (Western New York) --
North Carolina: Durham, St. Philip (North Carolina) --
Texas: El Paso, St. Francis on the Hill (Rio Grande) --

Diane Rehm, a well known Washington DC radio 'talk show' host, interviewed the Most Reverend Frank Griswold, Presiding Bishop of ECUSA, on 14 June, You can listen to the interview in RealAudio. --

The Christian Mountain Centre: 'A 50-bed Christian residential outdoor activity and retreat/conference centre based in North Wales and welcoming groups of all ages and abilities. Fully accessible to wheelchair users'. --

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