of 30 March 2003
and Holy Week Resources
collection of links and online resources. Let
us know if you find something we ought to include.
Pastor: 'An ecumenical forum for men and
women ordained or under vows in the Christian
Church whose faith demands they be politically
and socially radical. It is for those who see
the vision of the Kingdom of God on earth as
being the regulative principle of their ministry
in its demand for the radical transformation
of this world. Incarnation, Redemption and the
Commonwealth of God lie at the heart of their
vocation, leading to an acknowledgment that
'matter matters'. (Cross-listed under Social
Justice Issues below.)
South Wales: Newcastle, Christ
Church Cathedral, Diocese
Diocese of Bendigo: bendigo.anglican.org
Cathedral, Diocese of Chichester
Arundel, St Nicholas (Chichester)
Auckland, St Helen (Durham)
Balsall Heath St
Birmingham, St Agatha (Birmingham)
of the Resurrection: St Martin with St Wilfrid, St Luke, St Alban (Chichester)
of St Aidan and St Andrew (Carlisle)
Felpham, St Mary (Chichester)
Hartlepool (Owton Manor), St
Horsted Keynes, St
Kenton, St Mary the Virgin (London)
Larkhall, St Saviour (Bath
Lavender Hill, The
Lewisham, St Mary the Virgin (Southwark)
Long Eaton, St Laurence (Derby)
Raynes Park, St Saviour (Southwark)
Westbourne, St John
Elections or Announcements
The Episcopal Church in the USA: The Diocese of Montana
has announced the slate
of nominees for its next bishop. You'll need to scroll
about halfway down the page to find the list.
The Episcopal Church in the USA: The Diocese of Nebraska
has announced the slate
of nominees for its next bishop.
USA: New York City, every Wednesday
At the Episcopal Church Centre's chapel—located at 815 Second Avenue,
New York, New York—every Wednesday at 5pm, Ana Hernandez (formerly
of the Anonymous Four) will host an interfaith chant group.
They say: 'if you can hum, you can come'. If you're in the city on
a Wednesday afternoon, stop by!
of St Matthew the Apostle (Sodor and Man)
Australian Jews plead to Anglicans. English bishop prays for rector's
son. Some bishops support the war. Mourning the dead. Reparations after
the war. Victim aid plans already underway. ACK to provide AIDS education.
US public supports the war. Possible unification of English dioceses.
New bishop in Ghana. Vancouver parishes accept alternative oversight.
All this, and more, in the News Centre.
Fochabers, Gordon Chapel (Moray,
Ross and Caithness): 'The chapel has a world-famous collection of stained-glass
windows by Edward Burne-Jones and William Morris'.
Voice Network: 'A network of organizations,
individuals, and other resources dedicated to
issues and social change. We want to create
a place for people to connect, discuss, and
work together to bring positive social changes
into the world together'. The founders of the
network are Episcopalian; many of the articles
and discussions have to do with Anglican issues.
ecumenical forum for men and women ordained or under vows in the
Christian Church whose faith demands they be politically and
It is for those who see the vision of the Kingdom of God on earth
as being the regulative principle of their ministry in its demand
the radical transformation of this world. Incarnation, Redemption
and the Commonwealth of God lie at the heart of their vocation,
to an acknowledgment that 'matter matters'.
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Indiana: Indianapolis, St
Massachusetts: Watertown, Church
of the Good Shepherd (Massachusetts)
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New Jersey: Jersey City, Grace
Van Vorst (Newark)
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Caerau, St Cynfelyn (Llandaff)
Parish of Newton, Nottage, and Porthcawl (Llandaff)
Port Talbot, Parish of St Theodore (Llandaff)
on heaven's door: 'When was the last time you heard
someone in church asking God what on earth he's playing at, allowing
David Runcorn writes about the lost virtues of loss, lament and protest
at God', over at Ship of Fools.
and Awe, Fear and Trembling: A hard rain's gonna fall. Peter Manseau writes
at Killing the Buddha about a clear strong radio signal
in rural Virginia.