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This page last updated 21 September 2003
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Week of 21 September 2003

Dioceses (all in the Church of Nigeria)
Diocese of Abuja
Diocese of Jos
Diocese of Kaduna
Diocese of Kafanchan
Diocese of Kano
Diocese of Katsina

Diocese of Makurdi
Diocese of Minna
Diocese of Owerri
Diocese of Sokoto

Anglican Schools Commission: Commission establishes a system of low-fee paying Anglican schools providing an education of high quality and with attention of students wiht special needs. Currently has eight schools. The ASC website has links to their individual websites.

New South Wales: Roseville, Roseville College: Girls day school (K through 12) which maintains its small size.

Biblical Resources
Kata-pi: A site being lovingly built to provide complete books for online study of the books of the Bible; with archaeological materials and a growing section of maps.

Newfoundland: Corner Brook, St Michael and All Angels (Western Newfoundland)

Bully, St Michael and All Angels (Gloucester)
Churcham, St Andrews (Gloucester)
Huntley, St John the Baptist (Gloucester)
London (Southgate), Christ Church (London)
Longhope, All Saints (Gloucester)
Longsight, St Agnes (Manchester)
Moulsham, St John the Evangelist (Chelmsford)
Northwich, Holy Trinity (Chester)
Romford, Parish of St Andrew (Chelmsford)
Thorley, St James the Great (St Albans)

Fulcrum: An Anglican evangelical organisation in the UK.

Germany: Frankfurt, Christ-the-King (Convocation of American Churches in Europe)

Dublin, St John the Evangelist (Dublin)

Letters to Anglicans Online
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News Centre
Follow the money to Pittsburgh. Diocese of Central Florida speaks out. Australia's Anglicans disagree about sex protocols. Church wedding for Oz PM's daughter. Another UK evangelical group formed. London bishop burns old statements. Slain Melanesian Brothers remembered. NEAC conference starts in Blackpool. Church in Wales to discuss gay clergy. Three Australian dioceses to merge. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

Religious Orders
Saint Augustine of Canterbury: Links to biography of Saint Augustine and related links. Site to be expanded.

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Colorado: Durango, St Mark (Colorado)
Connecticut: Greenwich (Riverside), St Paul (Connecticut)
Maryland: Lonaconing, St Peter (Maryland)
Massachusetts: Topsfield, Trinity (Massachusetts)

Michigan: Southfield, Redeemer (Michigan)
Minnesota: Detroit Lakes, St Luke (Minnesota)
Missouri: St Louis (Wildwood), St Francis (Missouri)
New York: Roosevelt Island, Good Shepherd (New York)
Oklahoma: Oklahoma City, Holy Apostles (Oklahoma)
Pennsylvania: Philadephia (Rittenhouse Square), Holy Trinity (Pennsylvania)
Pennsylvania: Warrendale, St Christopher (Pittsburgh)

California: San Francisco, Grace Cathedral: A new site —
 — is 'consciously beyond 'youth ministries'. It reflects the cathedral's ministry for young adults in their 20s and 30s who are looking for a way to access the church.

Vacancies Centre
Go ahead: list a parish or diocesan opening for one month at AO for free. Seeking a position? Scan vacancies on diocesan web sites throughout the communion.

Aberdaron, St Hwyn (Bangor)

Bahamas: Nassau, St Mary The Virgin (The Bahamas and the Turks and Caicos Islands)

Worth Noting
Cherry blossom time: Shane Green, writing for the Sydney Morning Herald, reviews a book written by an Anglican priest who was one of the first Australian civilians in Japan after atomic bombs ended the war.

Render unto the Pope: Adrian Hilton, writing in The Spectator, argues that the EU is a means of undoing the Reformation and extending Vatican sovereignty over Britain.

Sex wars in church: Alison Webster, writing in The Guardian, discusses African views on sexuality and whether or not there is unity of opinion.

My Towers, Our Towers: Philippe Petit, now artist in residence at the Cathedral of St. John the Divine in New York, writes in the Wall Street Journal of his 1974 tightrope walk between the Twin Towers, the loss of his child, and the wisdom of the Very Revd James Parks Morton, the previous dean of the Cathedral, who puts both into a perspective of the present.

Week of 14 September 2003

New South Wales: Ashbury, St Matthews (Sydney)
New South Wales: Beaconsfield, Green Square Community Church St James (Sydney)
New South Wales: Berowra, St Mark (Sydney)
New South Wales: Broadway, St Barnabas (Sydney)
New South Wales: Carlingford, St Paul (Sydney)
New South Wales: Clovelly, St Luke (Sydney)
New South Wales: Dee Why, St John the Evangelist (Sydney)

Alberta: Calgary, St Stephen (Calgary)
Saskatchewan: Yorkton, Holy Trinity (Qu'Appelle)

Clay Cross, St Bartholomew and the North Wingfield churches (Derby)
Crowborough, All Saints (Chichester)
Crowborough, St Richard (Chichester)
Normanton, St Giles (Derby)
Highworth, Wiltshire, St Michael and All Angels (Bristol)

Episcopal Elections or Announcements
Diocese of Nebbi, Uganda: Four nominees for Bishop of Nebbi have been identified. Details in the New Vision (Kampala).

Diocese of Grafton, Australia: The Diocese of Grafton has named the Ven Keith Slater, parish priest and Archdeacon of Lilley in the Diocese of Brisbane, as the next Bishop of Grafton. He is the world leader of the Third Order of the Society of St Francis. Mentioned by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.

Province of West Africa: The Province of West Africa has announced the election of the Rt Revd Dr Justice Ofei Yaw Akrofi, B.Sc MED, MDiv., CPE, LHD, currently Bishop of Accra, as the next Archbishop. We have not yet found an online source of further information.

Boston, Massachusetts --> England, Wales, Scotland, or Ireland
Rector of pastoral-sized Episcopal parish in Metrowest Boston seeks housing exchange, with some pastoral supply possible.
Some parish services would be helpful, although there are other supply clergy available, too. Four bedroom / 2.5 bathroom home in Boston suburb available for 8 to 12 weeks in spring 2004 (sabbatical). Car available. Walking distance to commuter rail into Boston (30-minute trip on train or car). Easy access to colleges. Contact

Letters to Anglicans Online
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Common Worship: Daily Prayer — the new Anglican Breviary. A must-see site, that offers, in addition to its hints and tips on working with the new breviary, 'a daily prayer "feed" direct to our server, giving the offices of Lauds (Morning Prayer), Vespers (Evening Prayer) and Compline (Night Prayer) in full for every day of the church's year. We shall offer two feeds: the Office for today and the Office for tomorrow'.

New Zealand
Latimer Fellowship: A voluntary society within the Anglican Church of New Zealand maintains a website that attempts to bring Biblical perspective to issues that face the church.

News Centre
Church and state, sex and politics, in Britain. Yawn. Australian bishop speaks out on politics. Muslims boycott ABC. Resurgence of Anglican rosary. US Appellate court hears church dispute. Nigerian parents prefer illiteracy to witchcraft. Not-yet-bishop of New Jersey speaks out. Clergy on the catwalk. Church of Ireland letter on human sexuality. Choir girls sound the same as choir boys. African bishop breaks ranks on gay issue. Bishop speaks out in Kenya. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

Not in the Communion
Laud Hall Seminary: In Clearwater, Florida, a seminary of the United Anglican Church.
Oblates of the Holy Spirit Religious Order: With houses in Florida, this is a non-residential religious order.

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Louisiana: New Orleans, Annunciation (Louisiana)
Michigan: Ferndale,
St Luke (Michigan)
Washington: Issaquah, St Michael and All Angels (Olympia)

Vacancies Centre
Go ahead: list a parish or diocesan opening for one month at AO for free. Seeking a position? Scan vacancies on diocesan web sites throughout the communion.

Sandra Briney Designs: 'Artistic custom hand weaving and painting of liturgical paraments, stoles, chasubles'. A fine website.

Worth Noting
Episcopal split brings leadership opportunity
: an editorial in the Nashville City Paper about opportunities for moral leadership.

Jesus loves me: Graham Bowley, writing in Britain's Financial Times, reflects on the current controversies in the Anglican Communion.

Microscopes have no morals: Colin Tudge, writing in The Guardian (London), notes that science needs the ethical underpinning that religion can best provide. His essay may be partly in response to an article last week on why so many scientists believe in God.

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