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Week of 22 July 2001

Western Australia: Perth, Mount Lawley, St Patrick (Perth)

Books, Magazines
Catalyst, a quarterly journal by GenX clergy and laity of the Episcopal Church.

Church history
Sunday School Books: An online collection of 163 Sunday school books published in America between 1815 and 1865. Includes page images and full texts.

Huyton, Huyton Deanery (Liverpool): In-depth information about 11 parishes.
York, All Saints, North Street (York)

Church Care, a new site for the maintenance of C of E churches. If you can't find the information you need, you can ask specific questions 'which will be answered by the Church of England's Council for the Care of Churches or Ecclesiastical Insurance, as quickly as possible.' The background of the new site is explained in the current edition of the Church of England Gazette.

The Church Society: 'The original forebear of the Society was the Protestant Association, hence the assertion once made by The Times that we are the "senior evangelical body in the Church of England" ... Most of the great defenders of Protestant Anglicanism in the 19th and 20th centuries were associated with the Society including Bishop Ryle, W.H. Griffith-Thomas, Philip Hughes, and Jim Packer'.

Trim, Cathedral Church of St Patrick (Meath and Kildare)

Liturgical Resources
The Liturgical Customary of the Church of the Advent, Boston, Massachusetts: With each major section available for download in PDF, the 'Customary sets forth our ceremonial as it has evolved over the last thirty years.  Our principal source texts are Ritual Notes, 11th ed. (ECR Lamburn), and The Ceremonies of the Roman Rite Described (Fortescue and O’Connell)'.

News Centre
Our wrap-up report on the Church of England Synod. ABC to visit Jerusalem. The Times on Alpha. Church property for sale. Where are the young clergy? More fuss about the BBC's agnostic head of religious broadcasting. More about sex. Peter Tatchell invited to church. African bishops take various stands. More on the Panacea Society's upcoming auction. The Church Times and the F-word. Two views on religious education. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

Positions open
Church of England
Church House Publishing, Sales and Marketing Manager
Located in Church House, Westminster, London
Deadline: 27 August 2001

California: San Gabriel, Church of Our Saviour (Los Angeles)
Georgia: Atlanta, St Bede (Atlanta)
Maine: Saints Mary and Jude (Maine)

A Heavenly Stitch: Custom made church vestments; profits support Cabrini House, a ministry and home for single women in Phoenix, Arizona.

Worth Noting
A book review by Adrian Tinnison in The Times of His Invention so Fertile: A Life of Christopher Wren, by Jonathan Cape. (In last week's Worth Noting [below] you'll find a link to another review in the Sunday Times.)

Fidel Reid's site: A site created by a young Anglican in Jamaica, president of the University Community Anglican Youth Fellowship.

Week of 15 July 2001

Diocese of North Queensland --

USA: New York City, 19 September
The William Reed Huntington Memorial Sermon for 2001 will be given by the Rt Rev'd Christopher Epting, the new ecumenical officer of the Episcopal Church in the USA. This annual event, jointly sponsored by the Anglican Society, the New York Diocesan Ecumenical Commission, and Grace Church on Broadway, will be at Grace Church on Wednesday, 19 September at the 6pm Eucharist. For more:

News Centre
Mormons own much of British farmland. Rabbi warns of plot against church. New New Zealand telephone book omits entire Anglican Church. Wrap-up reports on the Synods in England and Canada. Parish property trial in North Carolina. Bizarre charity to sell the silver (presumably not the Bishop's candlesticks). Nigerian archbishop asks for fast and prayer. Tanzanians warned about AIDS. BBC hires head of religion who does not believe in God. Three obituaries. Transgendered chaplain at odds with his diocese. Andrew Brown writes about bishops. Gaddafi blames US for religious strife in Nigeria. Congo witch hunt ended by Ugandan army, but not until hundreds dead. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

Not in the Communion
The Church of England (Continuing): a Protestant and Reformed Church founded on the Authorised Version of the Bible, The Book of Common Prayer 1662, and the 39 Articles of Religion.

Positions open
The Episcopal Church USA is advertising four open positions at its headquarters in New York City. See

Michigan: Plymouth, St John (Michigan) 'Fastest growing parish in the Diocese of Michigan'
New York: Warsaw, Trinity (Western New York)
Oregon: Corvallis, Good Samaritan (Oregon)
Oregon: Gresham, St Luke (Oregon)
Oregon: Hood River, St Mark the Evangelist (Eastern Oregon)
Oregon: Milwaukie, St John (Oregon)
Oregon: Monmouth, St Hilda (Oregon)
Oregon: Portland, All Saints (Oregon)
Oregon: Portland, St David of Wales (Oregon)
Oregon: Portland, St Gabriel (Oregon)
Oregon: Portland, St Matthew (Oregon)
Oregon: Portland, St Michael and All Angels (Oregon)
Oregon: Redmond, St Alban (Eastern Oregon)
Oregon: Roseburg, St George (Oregon)
Oregon: St Helens, Christ Church (Oregon)
Oregon: Salem, Prince of Peace (Oregon)
Oregon: Salem, St Timothy (Oregon)
Oregon: Triangle Lake, Camp and Conference Center (Oregon)
Oregon: Wilsonville, St Francis of Assisi (Oregon)
Rhode Island: Providence, Grace Church (Rhode Island)

North Carolina, Raleigh: St Timothy's School

Worth Noting
'The Ecumenism of Andrewes and Other Caroline Divines' by Dr Marianne Dorman, a paper for the Society of Ecumenical Studies.

'The Pursuit of Perfection': A review in the Sunday Times by Jenny Uglow of the new book by Adrian Tinniswood on the life of Sir Christopher Wren, His Invention so Fertile.

'Smoke and Mirrors: Two fathers, one son, and the stagecraft of the soul', by Peter Manseau, co-editor of Killing the Buddha. How one sentence uttered in Roxbury, Massachusetts in the mid-1960s changed lives.

Diocese of Ottawa's New Beginnings, a ministry to 12 to 15 year olds. The programme also trains youth leaders and provides resources for working with this age group.

Position available
The Church of the Holy Communion in Tennessee, USA is searching for a full time Director of Youth Ministry to lead its established and expanding Youth Program. Details in our 'Youth Ministry' section.

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