Anglicans Online
 Worldwide Anglicanism    Anglican Dioceses and Parishes
Home News Centre A to Z Start Here The Anglican Communion Africa Australia Canada England
New this Week News Archives Events Anglicans Believe... In Full Communion Europe Ireland Japan New Zealand
Awards, Staff Newspapers Online B The Prayer Book Not in the Communion Scotland USA Wales World
Search Official Publications B The Bible B B B B B
This page last updated 12 August 2001
Anglicans Online last updated 20 August 2000

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.

If you can't find something that was once here, you can look in our archives or try the AO search engine. It searches our entire site, and it can also search all of the sites that we link to.

Week of 12 August 2001

The Quiet Garden Trust: A network of local opportunities for prayer, silence and reflection mainly in private homes and gardens, some in churches, retreat centres, schools. Started in 1992 (charitable status 1994) there are, in 2001, 226 Quiet Gardens worldwide.

Centennial Park, St Matthias (Sydney)

Books, Magazines, etc.
The Anglican Library: 'The aim of the Anglican Library is to publish new HTML editions of Christian literature from the Anglican tradition and other works that have traditionally been of interest to Anglicans ... Our latest additions are Essays in Orthodoxy, by O.C. Quick, and The High Church Tradition by G.W.O. Addleshaw. We have also recently added 59 Sermons by George Whitefield, Bishop Hugh Latimer's "Sermons on the Card and Other Discourses", and another sermon "Thou Canst Make Me Clean"'.

St Deiniol's Library: In Hawarden, Wales, St Deiniol's, Britain's only residential library, was founded by William Ewart Gladstone. With more than 200,000 volumes of theology and history, there are also basic materials in philosophy, classics and literature, as well as an important collection of manuscripts (250,000) and much of Gladstone's correspondence. An online catalogue is expected in 2002.


The Anglican Church of Canada, Comité liturgique épiscopal francophone: Canadian French translations and proposed translations of the Book of Alternative Services liturgies. A marvellous site, in English and French, with downloadable files in a number of formats.

Boldmere, St Michael (Birmingham)
Stock (near Billericay), All Saints (Chelmsford)

General Synod: Official reports of proceedings, available as PDF and occasionally RTF files. On the site now are full documents from the November 2000 General Synod and 'Business Done' RTF file for the July 2001 General Synod.

Episcopal Elections
Episcopal Church in the USA: The Diocese of Massachusetts
The diocese is in the process of searching for a suffragan bishop: election June 2002. Details.

New Zealand
Bay of Plenty Region: Links to clergy and parishes (many have their own sites), as well as news and general information in this area of the Diocese of Waiapu. (Waiapu)

News Centre
Revenue strems for chapels royal. Nigerian marriages to require AIDS-free certificate. For sale: houses with a cathedral view. Prayer for police. Prayer by criminials. Growth of ISlam. Greenbelt Christian arts festival. Full house at Mirfield. The Bishop of Atlanta's bookmarks. Tempest in a thurifer over hymn at English wedding. Separation of church and state. Re-using old church buildings. Wrapup on England's Synod. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

Odds and Ends
Freestone Pottery: 'Potters for God who carve scripture into every piece, Tom is an Anglican from Wiltshire, UK, living and working in the USA with his American wife, Episcopalian Sally. 'We have been creating "scripture pottery" together for 15 years. It is our cherished ministry here in the wilds of Tennessee, where we have an hour's drive to the nearest Episcopal Church!'

Arizona: Page, St David (Utah)
Florida: Arcadia, St Edmund (Southwest Florida)
Florida: Clearwater, Holy Trinity (Southwest Florida)
Florida: Daytona Beach, St Timothy (Central Florida)
Florida: Fort Lauderdale, Church of the Intercession (Southeast Florida)
Florida: Fort Lauderdale, St Ambrose (Southeast Florida)
Florida: Gainesville, Incarnation-Campus Ministry (Florida)
Florida: High Springs, St Bartholomew (Florida)
Florida: Hollywood, St John (Southeast Florida)
Florida: Jacksonville, All Saints (Florida)
Florida: Jacksonville, San Jose (Florida)
Florida: Jacksonville Beach, St Paul's-by-the-Sea (Florida)
Florida: Key West, St Peter (Southeast Florida)
Florida: Longboat Key, All Angels by the Sea (Southwest Florida)
Florida: Mayo, St Matthew (Florida)
Florida: Melbourne, Holy Trinity (Central Florida)
Florida: Miami, Holy Comforter (Southeast Florida)
Florida: Miami Lakes, St Margaret (Southeast Florida)
Florida: Miami Springs, All Angels (Southeast Florida)
Florida: Monticello, Christ Church (Florida)
Florida: Naples, St Monica (Southwest Florida)
Florida: Naples, St Paul (Southwest Florida)
Florida: North Miami Beach, Spanish Monastery-St Bernard de Clairvaux (Southeast Florida)
Florida: New Smyrna Beach, St Peter-the-Fisherman Church (Central Florida)
Florida: Orlando, St Michael (Central Florida)
Florida: Palm City, Church of the Advent (Southeast Florida)
Florida: Pompano Beach, St Nicholas (Southeast Florida)
Florida: Port Orange, Grace (Central Florida)
Florida: Sanford, Holy Cross (Central Florida)
Florida: St Petersburg, St Thomas (Southwest Florida)
Florida: Sarasota, St Boniface (Southwest Florida)
Florida: Tampa, St Mark (Southwest Florida)
Florida: Temple Terrace, St Catherine (Southwest Florida)
Georgia: Americus, Calvary (Georgia)
Hawaii: Maui, Wailuku, Good Shepherd (Hawaii)
Hawaii: Molokai, Ho'olehua, Grace (Hawaii)
Hawaii: Oahu, Aiea, St Timothy (Hawaii)
Hawaii: Oahu, Pearl Harbor, St George (Hawaii)
Illinois: Edwardsville, St Andrew (Springfield)

Guyllstone Vestments: Vestments exclusively designed and made to commission, the site gives information about this English artist, her working method, and shows a selection of completed works.

Gresford, All Saints (St Asaph)

Hong Kong: St Timothy (Hong Kong Island) (Note: Site is in Chinese only.)

Worth noting
The greatest translation ever made? (Sunday Times) A review of Alister McGrath's new book, 'In the Beginning: the Story of the King James Bible, and How it Changed a Nation, a Language and a Culture'.

Week of 5 August 2001

South Australia: Port Adelaide and Northern Westlakes, Anglican Parish of Semaphore (Adelaide)

Victoria: Melbourne, Christ Church Brunswick (Melbourne)

Book of Common Prayer
The Diocese of Southern Ohio (USA) has released a version of the ECUSA 1979 Book of Common Prayer for Palm OS devices.

British Columbia: Maple Ridge, St George (New Westminster)

Great Crosby, St Luke (Liverpool)

Episcopal Elections
Episcopal Church in the USA: The Diocese of Massachusetts
The diocese is in the process of searching for a suffragan bishop: election June 2002. Details.

Announcement of nominees
Episcopal Church in the USA: Diocese of Western Michigan
Anouncement of three nominees.

Episcopal Church in the USA: Diocese of Alabama (names not yet on the diocesan web site)
  The Revd Mark Andrus, Middleburg, Virginia
  The Revd Bill Blackerby of Birmingham, Alabama
  The Revd Shannon Johnston, Tupelo, Mississippi
  The Revd Ladson Mills, Knoxville, Tennessee
  The Revd David Moore, University of the South, Sewanee, Tennessee

In his latest essay, 'Join the Ministry and ... ?' Pierre Whalon confronts the irony of a church that must recruit for the first time in decades.

Liturgical resources
Stations of the Cross: A re-imagining of the stations of the cross on a walk through San Mateo, California: Bringing the stations into a modern California city is deeply moving.

News Centre
Naked Christ statue and alcoholics' Lord's Prayer incite controversy. Possible end to requirement of posting banns. A hotel for priests. Updates on parish-property dispute, +Cantuar's trip to Jerusalem, and the Australian Synod. Taiwanese researchers find incense to be carcinogenic. Crime spree in Toronto. Peter Tatchell preaches. Priests in space. Bishops behaving properly. Church/state conflict in Africa. All this, and not a heck of a lot more (it's August, after all) in the News Centre.

Odds and Ends
Scent-free places of worship: The Diocese of Ontario has noted that the Lung Association of Nova Scotia sells blue-and-white plastic signs proclaiming 'Scent-Free Place of Worship' and that that many persons are extremely sensitive to perfumes, colognes, aftershaves, and other scented products.

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

The Church in Wales
Information Communication Technology Support Officer
Location: 39 Cathedral Road, Cardiff
Deadline: 27 August 2001

Arizona: Sun City West, Church of the Advent (Arizona)
Michigan: St Joseph, St Paul (Western Michigan)
North Carolina: Robbinsville, Grace Mountainside Lutheran and Episcopal Fellowship (Western North Carolina)

Diocesan and Provincial Attendance Trends (1991-1999), by Professor Brooke Overby. A detailed and very useful study.
Episcopal FAQ: 'Everything You Wanted to Know About the Episcopal Church (But Were Afraid to Ask!) Typical questions of newcomers and non-Episcopalians.

Diocese of Chile / Diocesis Episcopal de Chile (Iglesia Anglicana del Cono Sud de las Americas) – (Note: Alas, this site only works with Internet Explorer.)

This web site is independent. It is not official in any way. Our editorial staff is private and unaffiliated. Please contact about information on this page. ©2007 Society of Archbishop Justus