Week of 8 July 2001
Victoria: Horsham, Parish of Horsham (Ballarat) Note: site viewable
only with Microsoft browser
Western Australia: Mount Lawley, St Patrick (Perth)
Ontario: Arnprior, Emmanuel (Ottawa)
Durham, St Cuthbert, Benfieldside (Durham)
Diocese of Brandon
Bishop Malcolm Harding plans to retire effective 31 July. An episcopal election is set for 19 October 2001. Dean James Njegovan will administer
the diocese until a new bishop is elected.
Diocese of Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island
The diocese has set the date of 9 November 2001 to elect a Bishop Co-adjutor.
Diocese of Honduras
On 30 June, the Reverend Canon Lloyd Allen of Saint Mary's, Tegucigalpa, was elected
Bishop of Honduras on the first ballot.
AUS--> UK, USA, Asia or Europe.
Anglican priest would enjoy swap of rectory (with no duties) in June/July 2002. St Luke's Enmore in the Diocese of Sydney is an Anglo-Catholic
Parish of around 150 members, with an average of 80 at Mass at 9.30am each Sunday and 15 at Mass each Wednesday at 10am. Details
on our Exchanges web page.
Web: Anglican Church of Canada General Synod, 4 11 July, 2001
We're happy to note this news from the Anglican Church of Canada: 'Web surfers anywhere in the world will be able to see on their computer
monitors exactly what synod delegates are seeing on the screen of the large plenary hall, the site for most of the business of synod. The
website feed will be live, for the duration of the week-long synod, from July 4-11, and will consist of raw footage, without editing. From
the General Synod web site click an icon to access the live feed.' You'll need RealPlayer software,
a free download available at the Real.com website. There seems to be an administrative limit of 100 people
at a time watching it, so you might not get in.
Leixlip and Lucan, Leixlip Union of Parishes, St Andrew and St Mary (Glendalough)
Anglican Church Music. An encyclopaedic site intending to be a central source of information
for Anglican and Episcopal church and cathedral music, with resources for church musicians, singers, congregation members, or anyone else.
Grace Cathedral, San Francisco (California, USA): Live
webcasting of the principal Eucharist on Sundays and recordings of Evensong.
Sacred mysteries. Expletives. English bishops fight to keep their power. General Synods in Canada and England. +Sydney and +Cantuar in conflict.
Bishops argue in Kenya. Muslim leader announces that AIDS does not exist; Anglican leaders launch ambitious new anti-AIDS project in South
Africa. A village and a diocese cope with shrinkage. Much publicity for Alpha. A history book in Maryland. Musing about women priests. More
on the Basildon bell tower. Using a church for military target practice. All this, and more, in the News Centre.
Episcopal Church in the USA: Staff officer for young adult and higher education
Closing Date: Until position is filled
Description and more information
California: Encino, St Nicholas (Los Angeles)
California: Glendora, Grace Church (Los Angeles)
California: La Cañada, St George (Los Angeles)
California: Laguna Hills, St George (Los Angeles)
California: Lancaster, St Paul (Los Angeles)
California: Long Beach, St Gregory (Los Angeles)
California: Los Angeles, St Alban Westwood (Los Angeles)
California: Los Olivos, St Marks-in-the-Valley (Los Angeles)
California: Pasadena, Church of the Angels (Los Angeles)
California: Santa Barbara, Christ the King (Los Angeles)
California: Thousand Oaks, St Patrick (Los Angeles)
California: Ventura, St Paul (Los Angeles)
California: Winnetka, St Martin-in-the-Fields (Los Angeles)
Connecticut: New Haven, St John (Connecticut)
Connecticut: Vernon, St John (Connecticut)
New York: Wilson, St John (Western New York)
North Carolina: Lexington, Grace (North Carolina)
Virginia: Northern Neck Directory of Episcopal Churches (Virginia)
Virginia: Richmond, All Saints (Virginia)
Missouri: Kansas City, Grace and Holy Trinity Cathedral (West Missouri)
St Stephen's Episcopal Day School, Miami
St George's Episcopal Academy, Laguna Hills, California
Chronicling a church's place in history: A review by
Eugene L Meyer in the Washington Post of a self-published book produced by St Philip's Church in Laurel, Maryland, USA.
of ideas: The decline and fall of Anglicanism, by Don Cupitt (Guardian)
God Is My Palm Pilot, by David Batstone and Bill
Wylie-Kellermann (Sojourners): 'Is technology the tool of the devil? The primrose path to a better life? Or something in between?'
by Douglas LeBlanc (Christianity Today). 'How two Episcopaliansone liberal, one conservativehave learned to say reconciliation'.
Personal (Christianity Today): 'Behind Douglas LeBlanc's story
of reconciliation in the Episcopal Church'.
Conflicts, by Douglas LeBlanc (Christianity Today). 'Father Brian Cox has preached reconciliation in Eastern Europe, Southern California,
and now in his own denomination'.