of 10 August 2003
Dunstan and All Saints (London) [Note: Church dates from
the 10th century. A history section with good links for those intersted
in local geneology.]
Canada (Yukon) –> England
'Spring or summer 2004. Are you looking for an adventure to the far
Northern remote community of historic Dawson City, the 1898 gold-rush
town that still lives on. I'm looking for an exchange for six to
eight weeks. Duties would depend on the time of year. Lots of help
available in the parish. This would be an experience like no English
parish. Contact Archdeacon John Tyrrell at firstname.lastname@example.org'.
Canada –> England
Exchange for three to four months in Fall 2004. Rector of 2-point
rural parish in Western Manitoba (Canadian Prairies meets the
Parkland), interested in exchanging with rural parish priest
in England or Scotland. Straight swap involving duties (two Sunday
Services, pastoral visiting, funerals, etc), house and vehicle.
Area is mainly agriculture and forestry with great fishing, hunting
and leisure activities with in one-hour drive in all directions.
Swan River in western Manitoba is a community of 5,000 with surrounding
valley of 15,000 with all necessary amenities. Parish family
of St James (average Sunday attendance 75) is fully supportive
and hospitable of exchange. Rector will be in England in October-November
of 2003, if you're interested in more information. Contact Barb_nigel@hotmail.com
Souls (Okinawa) The only English-speaking parish in
to Anglicans Online
a look. Or write a letter of your own to us for possible publication.
Missing Melanesian Brothers are dead. ABC to convene primates meeting.
USA General Convention ends. Fewer tourists visit cathedrals. Gene
Robinson confirmed as bishop (but you knew that). All this, and more,
in the News Centre.
Ardrossan, St Andrew (Glasgow and
Carnoustie, Holy Rood (Brechin)
Catterline, St Philip (Brechin)
Dundee, St Salvador (Brechin)
Glascow, (Kightswood), Holy
Cross (Glasgow and Galloway)
Irvine, St Andrew (Glasgow and
Andrew (Glasgow and Galloway)
Munchalls, St Ternan (Brechin)
Paisley, Holy Trinity
Paisley, St Barnabas (Glasgow
Stonehaven, St James (Brechin)
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Georgia: Snellville, St
District of Columbia: Holy
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Libya: Tripoli, Christ
the King [Note from the submitter: 'After the 1969 revolution
that brought Qadhafi to power, this Anglican church was confiscated.
It had originally been an Italian military chapel, outside a barracks,
which the British army converted to a garrison church when they defeated
the Italians during the war. After that it was a downward slide,
especially after the London killing of PC Fletcher and then Lockerbie.
Now there is resurrection. The congregation is growing so much that
there are now three: the Nigerian ('on fire', says the Bishop), the
Arabic-speaking, and the English-speaking. A lay minister has just
been ordained deacon for the Arabic-speaking congregation.]
Spain: Alicante, San
Pablo (Spanish Reformed Church)
Brazil: Caruaru, Reconciliacao (Recife)
Brazil: Rio de Janeiro, Cristo
Rei (Rio de Janeiro)
Brazil: Rocinha, St
Martia Madalena (Rio de Janeiro)
Brazil: Salvador, Bom
Brazil: Sao Paulo, Santa
Cruz (Sao Paulo)
Brazil: Sao Paulo, Santissima
Trinidade (Sao Paulo)
Brazil: Sao Paulo, Sao Joao (Sao
Peru: Lima, Jesu
Cristo El Señor (Peru)
what Anglicans do: Paul Handley, editor of the Church Times,
reflects on current disagreements within the Anglican Communion.
running the asylum: Simon Parke, writing in The Independent,
explains that he is leaving the Church of England because it
is now in the hands of the wealthy.
by your man: Patrick Collinson, writing in The Guardian,
reflects on the future of the Anglican Communion.