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This page last updated 13 August 2000
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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 13 August 2000

Diocese of Newcastle --

Brisbane, Cannon Hill Anglican College --

Northampton, All Saints with St Katharine and St Peter Northampton (Peterborough) --
Shrewsbury, All Saints with Saint Michael (Lichfield) --
Southsea, St Simon (Portsmouth) --
Thaxted, St John the Baptist, Our Lady, and St Lawrence (Chelmsford) --

Church of England Book of Common Worship PDF files available--

Anglicans Online columnist Pierre Whalon wonders why all the fuss about the 73rd General Convention's Resolution D039. --

Latvia: Riga, St Saviour (Europe) --

Liturgical resources
Church of England Book of Common Worship PDF files available--

New Zealand
Wellington, All Saints Hatatai-Kilbirnie Anglican-Methodist Cooperating Parish (Wellington) --

Victoria University of Wellington, Anglican Chaplaincy (Facility for staff and students adjacent to the University campus, but owned by the Wellington Diocese) --

News Centre
Refugees from good families; saints from a dead family. Different fates for different 8-year-old victims. Nigerian governor signs law against un-Islamic practices. Clifford Longley agrees with the ABC. English church full to overflowing. Others full of bats. Primate of ECUSA to have cancer surgery. Nigerian elder statesman says Sharia will destroy the country. Bishop Coote dies in Zimbabwe. British reply to ABC's speech in Amsterdam. Bishops Peculiar given a hunting licence. Old church art found safe from Victorians. Anglican Church of Canada sacks 12 in financial crisis. Last year the party and dome; this year the millennium. Sacked English rector fights back. Kenyans respond to new funeral rules. South Africa honours early black martyr. Reports about living under 'God's Law'. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

Odds and Ends
Belief System Selector: Well, it's the silly season in the northern hemisphere. Go ahead, take the quiz and see where you land. --

Religious Orders
Society of St Francis, Brisbane Custody, Australian and New Zealand Province --

Connecticut: Hartford, Trinity (Connecticut) --
Georgia: Augusta, Good Shepherd (Georgia) --
Georgia: Dublin, Christ (Georgia) --
Georgia: Martinez, Our Savior (Georgia) --
Georgia: St Marys, Christ (Georgia) --
Georgia: St Simons Island, Holy Nativity (Georgia) --
Georgia: Waycross, Grace (Georgia) --
Virginia: Virginia Beach, Eastern Shore Chapel (Southern Virginia) --

Texas: Dallas, Canterbury House and St Alban's Collegiate Chapel --

South Carolina: Columbia, Heathwood Hall Episcopal School --

Mozambique: Maputo, Saints Stephen and Lawrence Parish (Lebombo) -- (in Portuguese)

Week of 6 August 2000

North Queensland: Cairns, Trinity Anglican School (North Queensland) --
New South Wales: Canberra, Burgmann Anglican School (Canberra & Goulburn) --
Queensland: Merrimac, All Saints Anglican School (Brisbane) --
Queensland: Townsville, The Cathedral School (North Queensland) --
Victoria: Warragul, St Paul's Anglican Grammar School --

Beverley, Beverley Minster, the Parish Church of St John and St Martin (York) --
Beverley, St Mary (York) --
Etton (northwest of Beverley), St Mary (York) --
Stoke-on-Trent (Sneyd Green), Parish Church of St. Andrew (Lichfield) --
Stoke-on-Trent (Talke), St Martin (Lichfield) --

Germany: Hamburg (Zeughausmarkt), English Church of St Thomas a Becket (Europe) --

News Centre
Experts determine that girls can sing. Memory of murdered missionaries. Sex wars in Britain. Credo on generosity. Church weddings decline further. British marriage law may change. A note from Uganda. Australian bishop writes about Indonesia. More on Kiddermeister. The priest as psychiatrist. More on Sharia in Nigeria. Billy Graham sponsors Amsterdam 2000 conference. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

Odds and Ends
Send an email in Braille, a free service that transcribes your email into Braille 'snail mail' and sends it to your recipient.--

Arkansas: El Dorado, St Mary (Arkansas) --
Kentucky: Florence, Grace (Lexington) -- (The MS Front Page extensions used in this site froze Cynthia's Macintosh: your mileage may vary ...)
Michigan: Belleville, Trinity (Michigan) --

Alabama: Holy Cross Episcopal School, Montgomery --
Florida: St Stephen's Episcopal School, Bradenton/Sarasota --
Louisiana: St Margin's Episcopal School, Metairie --
Maryland: Washington Episcopal School, Bethesda --
Mississippi: Coast Episcopal School, Long Beach --
Oregon: Oregon Episcopal School, Portland --
Tennessee: St Mary's Episcopal School, Memphis --
Virginia: Episcopal High School, Alexandria --
Virginia: Christchurch Episcopal School, Christchurch --
Virginia: Virginia Episcopal School, Lynchburg --

Mexico: Chapala (south of Guadalajara), St Andrew (Western Mexico) --

Week of 30 July 2000

Balham Hill: Ascension (Southwark) --
Oxford: St Aldates (Oxford) --
Ramsey: Ramseys and Upwood Team Ministry (Ely) --

New Zealand
Wellington, Karori, St Mary (Wellington) --

Wellington: Cathedral of St Paul --

News Centre
A girls' choir in Southwark. Bishop of Rochester writes about sharia. Church of England predicts the end of Sunday school. On the baptism of the Prime Minister's child. Renewable energy is your friend. Texans meditate on separation of church and state; English do not. Clifford Longley writes about rights. New bishop in Tasmania comes out swinging. Text of Runcie funeral sermon is available. African clergy meet to discuss refugee problem. India clergy meet to discuss many problems. Uganda university leader criticises church. Kansas City newspaper writes about same-sex marriages. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

Positions open
From time to time we note vacancies in high-level positions in the the various provinces and churches of the Anglican Communion.
Archbishop of Canterbury's Press Secretary, Lambeth Palace --

North Carolina: Waynesville, Grace Church in the Mountains (Western North Carolina) --
Tennessee: Paris, Grace (West Tennessee) --
Tennessee: Murfreesboro, Holy Cross (Tennessee) --

'The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation announces the expansion of Faith in Action, a national program that supports interfaith community volunteer caregiving. Start-up grants, most for $35,000 each, are available to coalitions established by religious congregations of all faiths, as well as by other community organizations such as hospices, clinics, and hospitals that demonstrate the participation of faith denominations in the proposed program. Applications are welcome from those who wish to create a new coalition, as well as from existing interfaith coalitions that wish to develop a Faith in Action program. Upcoming submission deadlines are October 1, 2000 and February 1, 2001'. --

Anglican Renewal Ministries: Serving the Church in Wales as a resource to encourage renewal. 'Our ministries include conferences and other events for the inspiration and teaching of clergy, leaders and laity; the production of publications; liaison with prayer networks. Our quarterly magazine is now available on our web pages. We are supported by three Spiritual Advisors, including the Most Reverend Rowan Williams, Archbishop of Wales'. --

Hong Kong: Church of the Incarnation (Hong Kong Island) --
Hong Kong: Calvary Church (Eastern Kowloon) --

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