29 October 2000
The Diocese of Gippsland (Australia) -- http://gippsland.anglican.org
Frogmore and Darby Green, St Barnabas (Winchester) -- http://www.st-barnabas.supanet.com
Newton, St Michael (Chester) -- http://www.stmichaelschurch.cwc.net
Prestbury, St Peter (Chester) -- http://www.stpetersprestbury.org.uk
Parish Church of St Mary the Virgin (Winchester) -- http://www.stmarytwyford.fsnet.co.uk
A tour of Winchester Cathedral: Although an unofficial site, this is one
of the best virtual tours of a cathedral we've viewed. There is a large
photo on each of the four main pages, but after that loads, smaller images
speed the downloading along. -- http://home.clara.net/reedhome/winchester/main.htm
Anglicans Online columnist Pierre Whalon tries to discern a landing
pattern in his latest essay 'Flying
Canada: Vancouver, 11 and 12 November
RH400: A two-day symposium at St James Anglican Church to commemorate
Richard Hookerphilosopher, Anglican, contemporaryon the 400th
anniversary of his death. The site provides details of dates, location,
program schedule, guest-speaker biographies, and information about Richard
Hooker. -- http://www.stjames.bc.ca/rhooker/index.htm
Church Voice: 'Focused on helping people who work with church web sites
and newsletters'. -- http://www.laufers.com/churchvoice
Hosea: A UK-based site, 'promoting good church website design, with free
design tips and resources for church webmasters'. Includes church sites
(not just Anglican) the webmaster considers worthy of award. -- http://www.hosea.co.uk
An overview of the BBC's Choral Evensong programme, broadcast live every
Wednesday. -- http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio3/classical/choral.shtml
Bishop Holloway steps down. Traditionalism in Texas, Kenya, Sydney, and
UK Parliament. Archbishop notices that British are largely atheist. Possible
schism threatens US Baptists. Still harvesting in Flanders field. English
church attendance. A hymn writer and a royal chaplain are dead. English
gear up to fight about Act of Synod. Millennium Dome outperforms St Peter.
Major buzz in UK newspapers about crime by a vicar and about Catholics
and the monarchy, prompted by the publishing of a five-year-old diary.
New Tales of the New Canterbury. Childhood's end. New diocese in Tanzania.
All this, and more, in the News Centre.
in the Communion
Mariners Church of Detroit: An oddity, it is a stand-alone church, not
a part of any denomination, with historic ties to the Episcopal Church.
Many people will recognise it from the reference in Gordon Lightfoot's
popular song about the wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald. -- http://marinerschurchofdetroit.org/
of St John the Evangelist: The oldest Episcopal men's order in the States.
Not quite finished, there is content enough to make it worth visiting.
Inverness: St Andrew's Cathedral (Moray, Ross, and Caithness) --
The Diocese of Kentucky -- http://kentucky.anglican.org
Illinois: Naperville, St John (Chicago) -- http://www.naper.com/~stjohn
Indiana: Elkhart, St John the Evangelist (Northern Indiana) --
Kentucky: Harrods Creek, St. Francis in the Fields (Kentucky)
New York: Larchmont, St John (New York) -- http://www.users.cloud9.net/~stjohns
North Carolina: Swansboro, St Peter's by the Sea (East Carolina)
Texas: Dallas, Ascension (Dallas) -- http://www.ascensiondallas.org
Green Bay, Blessed Sacrament (Fond du Lac) -- http://members.nbci.com/gbepiscopal/index.html
Wisconsin: Manitowoc, St James (Fond du Lac) -- http://www.stormloader.com/stjames
Neenah/Menasha, St Thomas (Fond du Lac) -- http://www.episcopalfonddulac.org/misc/menashawebfolder/default.htm
Wisconsin: Sun Prairie, Good Shepherd (Milwaukee) -- http://home.att.net/~goodshepherdch/index.htm
The Diocese of Cyangugu (Rwanda) -- http://cyangugu.anglican.org
Diocese of Brasil: St Paul the Apostle Boys' Town, an Anglican-related
home for abandoned and orphaned boys. An informative web site with history.
Trying to Change World History: A Profile of Bishop William Swing, Bishop
of California, in Fast Company
(a glossy business magazine published in the US). -- http://www.fastcompany.com/online/40/wf_swing.html
(The photos of the bishop in the dead-tree version aren't on the web,
and they're quite good. Photo
of Bishop Swing in his cathedral; photo
of the bishop in his study.)
West Lost Mysticism: When did Western Christians stop expecting mystical
union with God through Christ?' by Frederica Matthewes-Green -- http://www.beliefnet.com/story/43/story_4340_1.html
of the Evangelical Mind', by Alan Wolfe, in the October 2000 issue of
The Atlantic Monthly (US). 'Of all America's religious traditions,
the author writes, evangelical Protestantism, at least in the twentieth-century
conservative forms, has long ranked "dead last in intellectual stature."
Now evangelical thinkers are trying to revitalize their tradition. Can
they turn an intellectual backwater into an intellectual beacon?' A thoughtful,
interesting article. -- http://www.theatlantic.com/issues/2000/10/wolfe.htm