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Week of 1 September 2002

Australia
Queensland: Brisbane, St Mark's, The Gap (Brisbane)
South Australia: Parkside, Anglican Parish of Parkside: Emmanuel, Wayville and St Oswald (Adelaide)

Dioceses
Diocese of the Northern Territory: northernterritory.anglican.org

England
Morden, St Lawrence (Southwark)

South Shoebury, St Andrew with St Peter (Chelmsford)

Episcopal Elections or announcements
ECUSA
The Diocese of Iowa has announced candidates for its next bishop.
The Diocese of New Hampshire invites nominations, until 1 October, for its next bishop.
The Diocese of New Jersey invites nominations, until 15 September, for its next bishop.
The Diocese of Oregon invites nominations, until 16 September, for its next bishop.

Events
USA: New York, 18 September
William Reed Huntington Memorial Lecture 2002,
 sponsored by the Anglican Society.

Liturgical resources
From the ECUSA Book of Common Prayer (1979), the Daily Office in Rite One is online.

News Centre
Australian province makes zero-tolerance child-abuse policy. Kenyan archbishop narrowly avoids death, announces a conspiracy to kill him. US Episcopal priest reiterates his intention of defiance. Irish archbishop speaks out against violence. An entirely new version of the 'are women qualified for this role' issue arises in India. Nigerians sign interfaith pact. Inflatable church becoming more popular in Britain. Former Canadian bishop elected chief of Muskrat Dam. Resolution reached in Accokeek standoff. Ugandan newspaper comments on British refugee-education plan. Kenyan bishop speaks out against charcoal. Nigerian bishop speaks out against greed. Support growing for a patron saint for Britain. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

Theological resources
Lux in Tenebris: 'To support the struggle for an evangelical Christian community shaped by the historic principles of the Faith: Unity, Catholicity, Holiness, Apostolicity'. Offers scholarly essays, historical notes, and spirited commentary on contemporary issues of interest to evangelical catholics; roughly, the Lutheran counterpart to the Anglo-Catholic movement.

USA
California: Lafayette, St Anselm (California)
Florida: Lake Wales, Church of the Good Shepherd (Central Florida)
Missouri: Kansas City, St Paul's Episcopal Church and Day School (West Missouri)
Ohio: Bellevue, St Paul (Ohio)
Rhode Island: Pawtucket, St Paul (Rhode Island)
South Carolina: Columbia, St Martin's-in-the-Fields (Upper South Carolina)
Texas: Frisco, St Philip (Dallas)
Wisconsin: Hartland, St Anskar (Milwaukee)

Vacancies Centre
Have a post to fill in your parish? A vacancy on your diocesan staff? Advertise beyond your own national church. List your opening for one full month at AO for only US $80 (your currency here). Looking for a position? Check out vacancies on diocesan web sites throughout the communion. Visit the Vacancies Centre for more.

Worth Noting
Archaic rule harnesses the church and the Spirit: Carol Meyer, writing in the National Catholic Reporter, argues against the requirement that Roman Catholic priests be celibate.

Belief in the unseen: Abdul Karim, writing in Pakistan Dawn, discusses Islam's requirement that the faithful believe in the unseen.


Week of 25 August 2002

Australia
NSW: South Turramurra, St Philip (Sydney)
Victoria: Sorrento, St John (Melbourne)
Victoria: Rye, St Andrew (Melbourne)

Canada
Manitoba: Winnipeg, St Aidan (Rupert's Land)
Manitoba: Winnipeg, St George (Rupert's Land)
Saskatchewan: Shellbrook, Parish of Shellbrook (Saskatchewan)

England
Devon, Torquay, Parish of Cockington (Exeter)
Liverpool, Wavertree, St Bridget (Liverpool)
Wigan, Pemberton, St John the Divine (Liverpool)

Episcopal Elections or announcements
ECUSA
The Diocese of Iowa has announced candidates for its next bishop.
The Diocese of New Hampshire invites nominations, until 1 October, for its next bishop.
The Diocese of New Jersey invites nominations, until 15 September, for its next bishop.
The Diocese of Oregon invites nominations, until 16 September, for its next bishop.

Europe
Germany: Bonn, St Boniface (Diocese in Europe)
Germany: Ingolstadt, Holy Trinity (Convocation of American Churches)
Germany: Karlsruhe, Anglican-Episcopal Mission Church (Convocation of American Churches)
Italy: Rome, All Saints (Diocese in Europe)
Spain: Madrid, St George (Diocese in Europe)
Turkey: Izmir, St John (Diocese in Europe)
Turkey: Bornova, St Mary (Diocese in Europe)

History
USA: Connecticut, The Glebe House Museum. Birthplace of the US Episcopal Church.

Liturgical Resources
Proper Postcommunion Prayers for Sundays and Certain Holy Days, from Grace Church, Newark, USA. Substitutes for the ECUSA Rite II prayers, translated from the Missale Romanum (1970) by Bruce E. Ford.

New Zealand
Parishes
Hamilton, St Francis Cooperating Parish (Waikato)
Pohangina, Parish of Pohangina (Wellington)
Waikanae, Waikanae Anglican Parish (Wellington)
Wanganui, Christ Church (Wellington)

Cathedrals
Waikato, St Peter's Cathedral (Waikato)

News Centre
Crozier as assault weapon? Road deaths inhibit conference in Kenya. New Anglican complex in Singapore. Fundamentalism a threat to democracy? Some churches stop passing collection plates. Bishops urge greater concern for environment. African Anglican group urges debt cancellation so the money can be used to fight AIDS. Also it backs use of condoms. Cathedral dean dissed in Harare. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

Not in the Communion
Anglican Church International: The ACI is a radically inclusive denomination. Our creator calls every person to turn to God's embrace; to find safety, love, and support and in freedom to respond to the call of a loving God. We affirm a theology that is life giving and enhancing, rather than one that is shaming, stifling, or repressive. [AO note: this site works only with Microsoft browsers.]

Scotland
Parishes
Ardrossan, St Andrew (Glasgow)
Bridge of Allan, St Saviour (St Andrews)
Dalry, St Peter (Glasgow)
Edinburgh, New Town, St Paul & St George (Edinburgh)
Edinburgh, Old Town, St Columba by the Castle (Edinburgh)
Edinburgh, Princes St, St John the Evangelist (Edinburgh)
Elie, St Michael and All Angels (St Andrews)
Falkirk, Christ Church (Edinburgh)
Gatehouse of Fleet, St Mary (Glasgow)
Girvan, St John (Glasgow)
Glasgow, Ballieston, St John (Glasgow)
Glasgow, Dennistoun, St Kentigern (Glasgow)
Glasgow, Woodlands, St Silas (Glasgow)
Irvine, St Andrew (Glasgow)
Largs, St Columba (Glasgow)
Maybole, St Oswald (Glasgow)
Pittenweem, St John (St Andrews)
Prestwick,