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Week of 7 October 2001

Diocese of Saskatoon: Cathedral of Saint John, Saskatoon

New Brunswick: St John, Trinity Church, Anglican Parish of St John (Fredericton)
Newfoundland: Parish of Salvage (Central Newfoundland)

Mount Pellon (Halifax), Christ Church (Wakefield)

Just Giving: 'Our site is the first of its kind in the UK that enables people to donate easily, quickly, and tax-efficiently online to over 120 UK charities (that number is growing all the time). We include The Children's Society, Spurgeon's Child Care and Christian Partners in Africa. Our site gives information on the charities, what they do, where they work and provides people with original ways of raising money for their causes; e.g. online sponsorship forms'.

Episcopal Elections
The Diocese of Gippsland has elected the Reverend Jeff Driver, Rector of St Paul's, Manuka, and Archdeacon of the Diocese of Canberra and Goulburn, as its next bishop.

Belgium: Leuven, St Martha and St Mary of Bethany (Europe)

USA: California, San Francisco
Latin Chant Eucharist sung with traditional Gregorian Chant settings
Saturdays at 5pm. Saint Cyprian's Episcopal Church, 2097 Turk Street (at Lyon), San Francisco, CA 94115

New Zealand
Christchurch, Latimer Square, St John (Christchurch)

News Centre
This is a religious war. Rumbling trains. Synod in Melbourne. Bug forces chalice ban. Prayer can help you get pregnant. Bishops speak in the House of Lords. The Irish comment on terrorism. Priests called 'too feminine'. Near-secret invitation to prayer (invitation-only prayer?). Sectarian violence in Nigeria. Another government-appointed bishop. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

California: Bakersfield, All Saints (San Joaquin)
Indiana: Angola, Holy Family (Northern Indiana)
Indiana: Bloomington, Trinity (Indianapolis)
Indiana: Fishers, Holy Family (Indianapolis)
Indiana: Indianapolis, Church of the Nativity (Indianapolis)
Indiana: Rushville, St Matthias (Indianapolis)
Iowa: Ames, St John by the Campus (Iowa)
Iowa: Burlington, Christ Church (Iowa)
Iowa: Cedar Falls, St Luke (Iowa)
Kentucky: Beattyville, St Thomas (Lexington)
Kentucky: Campbellsville, St Thomas (Kentucky)
Kentucky: Lexington, St Michael (Lexington)
Kentucky: Paris, St Peter (Lexington)
Kentucky: Richmond, Our Saviour (Lexington)

Minnesota: Minneapolis, University Episcopal Center (Minnesota)
Minnesota: Plymouth, Church of the Epiphany (Minnesota)
Minnesota: Sauk Centre, Good Samaritan (Minnesota)
Minnesota: Spring Lake Park, Resurrection (Minnesota)
Minnesota: Wadena, St Helen (Minnesota)
New Jersey: Madison, Grace (Newark)
North Carolina: Lincolnton, St Luke (Western North Carolina)
Ohio: Toledo, Trinity (Ohio)
Wisconsin: Madison, St Dunstan (Milwaukee)

Educational resources
Campus Ministry at SJSU and community colleges in Silicon Valley: Campus ministry at San Jose State University and community colleges in Silicon Valley.

General resources
The General Convention of the Episcopal Church: a revamped web site.

Worth Noting
Doubts and Loves: A review by Jeanette Winterson, in The Times, of the new book of that title by Richard Holloway.

Homer's odyssey takes Simpsons into the theological textbooks: Another review of The Gospel According to the Simpsons, by Mark Pinsky. This review is by Stephen Bates in The Guardian.

Youth ministry position
USA: Florida
'Saint Mary's Parish, Tampa Florida is a parish church community of 750 members and a school community of over 450 students. The parish goals for youth ministry: That each young person know God and His Son, Jesus Christ, through the power of the Holy Spirit; that each young person grow in faith and see him/herself as an important member of Christ's body; that God's love is expressed through service to others; that the youth come to know that they are not only the "Church of Tomorrow" but they are a vital part of the church today'. For more information, contact:

Fr. Kevin Francis Donlon
Saint Mary's Parish
4311 W. San Miguel St.
Tampa, FL 33629.
+ 1 813 251-1660 (Telephone)
+ 1 813 254-3780 (Fax)

Week of 30 September 2001

Ontario: London, Church of the Transfiguration

Diocese of Carlisle —

Wimbledon, St Luke (Southwark)

Episcopal elections
Diocese Welcomes 15th Bishop (New York Times)
Bishop Mark S. Sisk knocking on the door of the Cathedral Church of St. John the Divine to start the ceremony. In a ceremony displaying elements dating to the dawn of the Christian faith, the Rev. Mark S. Sisk was installed as the 15th bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of New York yesterday... more

Bangor, St Gall's, Carnalea (Down and Dromore)

News Centre
11 September 2001: Our page of links to Anglican-related articles and stories.
In other news: tension in Nigeria. Finding the smartest priest. Destruction of cultural icons. Trinity church in the news. +ABY writes about a 'just war'. Hindu priest writes about terrorism. Pope visits Kazakhstan. (where?) Retired archbishop dead in Uganda. The fabled Internet Vicar. English clergy pay increases. Baptised Anglicans now a minority in England. On the bombing of Coventry Cathedral; on the hazards of selling church property. Christians in Pakistan. Letters in London. Extroverts in Exeter. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

Edinburgh, St James the Less (Edinburgh)

Connecticut: Wallingford, St Paul (Connecticut)

Virginia: Purcellville, St Peter (Virginia)

Falkland Islands: Christ Church Cathedral (Peru)

Worth Noting
The Church in an Age of Danger: Parsons and Parishioners, 1660-1740: A review in the Church Times of the new book by Donald A. Spaeth. 'A quick glance at the title of this new study might lead one to think the book is yet another lament about the Anglican Church’s descent down the plug-hole of liberalism. However, it is a fascinating and scholarly look at parochial life in what—current prophets of doom, please note—is the Church of England’s most unfashionable and least admired period'.

French cathedrals exhibit their treasures: Marcus Binney writes in The Times about the 'sumptuous exhibition in Rheims, 20 Siècles en Cathédrales'.

Week of 23 September 2001

(Owing to the tragedy of 11 September in America, we continue to receive a smaller number of new web site notices.)

Associations and Guilds
The Risen Life Community: 'A global network of lay Christians reaching across barriers of race, class, dis/ability, sexual orientation, and household configuration to be a sign of God's Commonwealth by living the Baptismal Covenant in mutual accountability in the Anglican Communion for the life of God's beloved world.'

Episcopal Elections
Announcement of candidates
Diocese of Western Kansas announces candidates for its next diocesan bishop: The Reverend James M. Adams Jr, Rector, Trinity Church, Wauwatosa, Wisconsin; the Very Reverend Canon John A. Macdonald, Dean of the Cathedral El Buon Pastor, San Pedro Sula, Honduras; the Reverend Edward J. Tourangeau, Rector, St John's Parish, Lafayette, Indiana. The election will be 20 October 2001 at the diocese's annual convention.

Torquay, St Martin's, Barton (Exeter)

Pierre Whalon was in France on 11 September 2001. In an article for Anglicans Online he writes about the reaction and the mood in Paris.

Australia: April to October 2002
Walk Anglican
An energetic and enterprising Australian will 'walk from Darwin, capital of the Northern Territory to Melbourne, capital of Victoria, next year to raise AUS $1,000,000 to be used as a fund for the repairs and ongoing maintenance of Christ Church Anglican Cathedral in Darwin'.

Liturgical Resources
Resources in time of crisis or disaster, from Forward Movement publications (associated with the Episcopal Church in the USA).

New Zealand
Auckland, St Matthew-in-the-City (Auckland)

News Centre
Still mostly news about you-know-what. Archbishop to visit Armenia. A call to leave God out of the terror topic. Church as village centre, even for nonbelievers. Anglicans in Pakistan. Joint statement from Irish archbishops. Durham paintings to be sold (final answer). Nigerian city still in crisis. Many more people than usual went to church. All this, and a wee bit more, in the News Centre.

Positions open
Episcopal Church in the USA: A number of positions are listed at the official web site.

Dalmahoy, St Mary (Edinburgh)

California: San Francisco, St Cyprian (California)
Nevada: Sparks, St Paul (Nevada)

Diocese of Southern Ohio: Christ Church Cathedral, Cincinnati

Diocese of Mexico — 'The official website of the Diocese of Mexico. It contains all pertinent information on the Anglican Church of Mexico: map, links, doctrine, history, pictures, organization, FAQs, last-minute news, and much more. Currently there is no official site for the Anglican Church of Mexico or any of the other four dioceses'.

Worth Noting
'Doubts and Loves: What is left of Christianity' In the Church Times David Edwards reviews Richard Holloway's latest.
'The Oxford Companion to Christian Thought': John Macquarie takes stock of this almost 800-page tome that 'couldn't possibly be any shorter'. In the Church Times.

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