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Week of 5 October 2003

Australia
New South Wales: Drummoyne, St Bede (Sydney)
New South Wales: Mosman, St Luke (Sydney)

Canada
Nunavut: Rankin Inlet, Holy Comforter (Arctic)

England
Blackburn, The Saviour (Blackburn)
Blackburn, St Bartholomew (Blackburn)
Clitheroe, St James (Blackburn)
Clitheroe, St Mary Magdalene (Blackburn)
Coppull, Coppull Parish Church (Blackburn)
Feniscliffe, St Francis (Blackburn)
Fulwood, Christ Church (Blackburn)
Heysham, Parish of Heysham (Blackburn)
Leyland, St John (Blackburn)
Longton, St Andrew (Blackburn)
Lund, St John the Evangelist (Blackburn)
Padiham, Ss Anne and Elizabeth (Blackburn)
Padiham, St Leonard (Blackburn)
Padiham, St Margaret (Blackburn)
Parabold, Christ Church (Blackburn)
Penwortham, St Leonard (Blackburn)
Whittle-Le-Woods, St John Evangelist (Blackburn)

Letters to Anglicans Online
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News Centre
ABC meets Pope in Rome. New bishop in Colorado. Roof woes in New Zealand cathedral. Sydney asks for expulsion of ECUSA. US conservatives to meet in Texas. Alleged plot to silence debate. Unity in Africa. Bishop needed in former diocese. Credit card cathedral. Church and politics in Canada. Rich US church reassures African beneficiaries. 'Secret' paper on C of E spin control. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

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USA
Kansas: Levenworth, St Paul (Kansas)
Kansas: Topeka, St David (Kansas)
Rhode Island: Centerdale, St Alban (Rhode Island)
Rhode Island: Providence, St Martin (Rhode Island)
Texas: San Antonio, St Thomas (West Texas)

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.

Worth Noting
Christian History Corner: Our Brothers and Sisters, the Episcopalians: Chris Armstrong, Managing Editor of Christian History magazine, reflects in Christianity Today on the state of the US Episcopal Church.

Our Gay Bishop--some reflections: Kwame Nsiah, writing in The Ghanaian Chronicle (Accra), explains his country's point of view, noting that they had a gay bishop once, but solved that problem by jailing him.

Pondering the church in Greenville, South Carolina: Michael Paulson, writing in the Boston Globe, reflects on the state of things at Christ Church, one of the largest Episcopal churches in the US.

Poor Dr Rowan: solving the gay row will only lead to another one: The one and only Andrew Brown, writing in The Telegraph, reflects on the no-win situation in which the Archbishop of Canterbury finds himself.



Week of 28 September 2003

Australia
New South Wales: Epping, Parish of Epping, St Alban and St Aidan (Sydney)
Victoria: Ivanhoe, St James (Melbourne)

Books, Magazines and Authors
ANVIL: 'An Anglican Evangelical journal for theology and mission.' Based in the UK, this print journal has a selection of articles online.

Canada
Cathedrals
Ontario: Hamilton, Christ's Church, Diocese of Niagara
British Columbia: Kelowana, St Michael and All Angels, Diocese of Kootenay
Ontario: Kenora, St Albans, Diocese of Keewatin
Ontario: Timmins, St Matthew, Diocese of Moosonee

Ireland
Cathedrals
Cashel, St John the Baptist & St Peter the Rock Cathedral, Diocese of Cashel Ossory & Ferns
Ferns, St Edan, Diocese of Cashel Ossory & Ferns
Kilkenny, St Canice's Cathedral
, Diocese of Cashel Ossory & Ferns
Lismore, St Carthage's Cathedral, Diocese of Cashel Ossory & Ferns
Old Leighlin, St Laserian's Cathedral, Diocese of Cashel Ossory & Ferns

Parishes
Bandon, St Peter (Cork)
Antrim, All Saints (Connor)
Carrickfergus, St Colman (Connor)
Carrickfergus, St Nicholas (Connor)

Letters to Anglicans Online
Our newest section—have a look. Or write a letter of your own to us for possible publication.

New Zealand
Johnsonville, St John (Wellington)
Kelburn, St Michael (Wellington)
Wadestown, St Luke (Wellington)

News Centre
Bishops make statements. Australia loses a national hero. Muslims join plea for gay tolerance. African Anglican council elects strident leader. NEAC congress finishes in Blackpool. Florida official resigns over diocesan vote. US continuing church names Northeast cathedral. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

Scotland
Bishopbriggs, St James the Less (Glasgow and Galloway)

Resources
The Scottish Christian: A wonderful site for all Christians in Scotland includes lists of churches of all denominations, news, events, a newsletter, and a weblog.

Social Justice
Water Missions International: A Christian international organization based in South Carolina with the Rt Rev Edward L. Salmon Jr, Bishop of South Carolina, on its Board of Directors. 'An engineering company designing and building sustainable water systems for emergency relief and community development in rural areas of developing nations.'

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USA
Missouri: Wildwood, St Francis (Missouri)
North Carolina: Advance, Ascension (North Carolina)
North Carolina: Albemarle, Christ Church (North Carolina)
North Carolina: Charlotte, St Margaret (North Carolina)
North Carolina: Davidson, St Albans (North Carolina)
North Carolina: Durham, Iglesia El Buen Pastor (North Carolina)
North Carolina: Greensboro, St Francis (North Carolina)
North Carolina: Hillsborough, Orange County Mission (North Carolina)
North Carolina: Laurinburg, St David (North Carolina)
North Carolina: Pittsboro, St Bartholomew (North Carolina)
North Carolina: Rockingham, Church of Messiah (North Carolina)
North Carolina: Salisbury, St Luke (North Carolina)

Outside the USA
Dominican Republic

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.

Worth Noting
Sister Wendy crusades in clubs: The BBC reports on evangelist Wendy Sanderson, who evangelizes to night-time revellers in clubs in Wales.

Ralph and the Archangel: Michael Ford, writing in The Tablet, tells the true story of a former bank robber who had a vision of God and became a monk.

What price unity: Robin Eames, Primate of the Church of Ireland, writes in the Church of Ireland Gazette. (Despite its presence on the Church of Ireland's web server computer, the Gazette describes itself as being independent of the C of I.)


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