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Week of 14 October 2001

Australia
NSW: Manly, St Matthew (Sydney)

Canada
Ontario: Guelph, St George (Niagara)
Quebec: Westmount, St Stephen (Montreal)

England
Astbury, St Mary (York)
Long Melford, Suffolk, Holy Trinity with St Catherine (St Edmundsbury)

Resources
College of Preachers UK: The College was founded in 1960 by Lord Coggan and a group of friends. It exists to support preachers, both lay and ordained, of all denominations of the Christian Church who seek to improve the quality and effectiveness of their preaching.

Episcopal Elections
Complete
The Diocese of Southern Virginia has elected the Revd Carol Gallagher as suffragan bishop. Details on the diocesan web site.
The Diocese of Gippsland has elected the Ven. Jeff Driver, currently rector of St Paul's Manuka (Canberra/Goulburn) and Archdeacon of Canberra/Goulburn, as its tenth Bishop.

Events
3 November 2001, Philadelphia, USA
A Day Conference on Vocation to the Religious Life. At St Clement, Philadelphia, PA, USA. See http://www.s-clements.org/.

4 November 2001, Worldwide
International Day of Prayer for the Persecuted Church. Over 200 million Christians are persecuted throughout the world, up to 150,000 killed per year for their faith in Christ. See http://www.persecutedchurch.org/.

News Centre
Bishop consecrated in West Virginia, elected in Gippsland, and appointed by the government in England. On loving the enemy. More traffic noted to couch and to pew. Various columns about Islam and Muslims. British firefighters attend service at St Paul; it does not burn. A reflection on the Ottoman empire and its leaders. Bishops opine about bombings. Rioting in Nigeria. Ashafa Abdullahi Aliyu Tanko Moh'd Nuraini Ashafa on religious war. Anthrax has not cured foot-and-mouth disease (remember foot-and-mouth disease?). Jedi knights make the short list. Evaluating the holiness of wars. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

USA
Ohio: Galion, Grace (Ohio)
Ohio: Toledo, Trinity (Ohio)

World
Brazil: Rio de Janeiro, Christ Church (Rio de Janeiro)

Resources
Africa Inland Mission has a web page describing activities in the Diocese of Nebbi, in Uganda.

Worth Noting
A day at Ground Zero: Reflections by the Revd Dr Stephen L White, Princeton's Episcopal chaplain, on a day spent at St Paul's Chapel in Manhattan.

John Donne: Man of flesh and spirit: A book review by Dr Peter McCullough, writing in the Church Times, of the new book by David L Edwards.

The First Epistle to the Corinthians: The New International Greek New Testament Commentary: A book review by the Revd Dr Richard Burridge, writing in the Church Times, of the new book by Anthony C. Thiselton.

Through Our Long Exile: Contextual theology and the urban experience: A book review by the Revd Dr John Pridmore, writing in the Church Times, of the new book by Kenneth Leech.


Week of 7 October 2001

Canada
Cathedrals
Diocese of Saskatoon: Cathedral of Saint John, Saskatoon

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

England
Mount Pellon (Halifax), Christ Church (Wakefield)

Resources
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
Complete
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.

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

Events
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 www.saintcyprianssf.org.

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.

USA
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
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)
www.stmarystampa.org


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