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Week of 11 April 2004

Australia
Schools
The King's School In Parramatta, New South Wales, this day and boarding is for boys and young men, K through 12.
Trinity Grammar School. In Strathfield, New South Wales, this day and boarding for boys and young men, K through 12, is located on three campuses: Strathfield, Summer Hill and Pine Bluff.

Theological Colleges
United Theological College (Charles Sturt University), Sydney

England
Bath, St Michael with St Paul (Bath and Wells)
Birchencliffe, St Philip the Apostle (Wakefield)
Melton, St Andrew (Sheffield)
Sheffield, St Matthew (Sheffield)
Timberhill, St John the Baptist (Norwich)
Ufford, St Mary of the Assumption (Sheffield)

Letters to Anglicans Online
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New Zealand
Invercargill, St John's Parish: St John, St Luke and St Aidan (Dunedin)
Middlemarch, St Chad (Dunedin)
Milton, Milton-Tuapeka Parish: St John the Evangelist and Holy Trinity in Lawrence (Dunedin)

News Centre
The Bishop of Durham asserts clergy need Bible lessons. Sydney diocese probes sex lives. Bishop reports from Baghdad. Most church members remain silent for Holy Week. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

Scotland
Ayr, Holy Trinity (Glasgow and Galloway)

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USA
Wyoming: Gillette, Holy Trinity (Wyoming)
Wyoming: Hartville,
Our Saviour (Wyoming)

Resources
Blachly, Triangle Lake Camp and Conference Center, Diocese of Oregon.

Vacancies Centre
Two new listings this week.
List a parish or diocesan opening for one month at AO, free. Seeking a position? Scan vacancies on diocesan web sites throughout the communion.

Worth Noting
Christ in cinema: Gregory and Maria Pearse review a half-dozen modern films on the life of Christ.

Faith Online: 64% of wired Americans have used the Internet for spiritual or religious purposes: The latest Pew research report finds that the 'seeker' phenomenon is less a reality on the Internet than commonly supposed and that the more interesting story is the 'online faithfuls' use of the Internet to learn about or interact with other 'faith groups.'

God's Pattern: Shaping our worship, ministry and life, by David Stancliffe, reviewed in Church Times by Nicholas Holtam.

Hollywood stirring the passions of church leaders: Malcolm Brown, writing in the Sydney Morning Herald, observes that recent cinematic focus on Christ and on terrorism has had an effect on bishops and their Easter messages.

Revealing a hidden past: Image and Devotion in Late Medieval England, by Richard Marks. Reviewed in The Tablet by Eamon Duffy.

Three reasons to stay an Anglican, for all its follies: A N Wilson, writing in The Telegraph, comes about from having recently described himself as an atheist to explain why he is an Anglican. [Editor: Do read this.]



Week of 4 April 2004

Holy Week resources
Our collection of links.

Australia
Schools
New South Wales: Bayview, (Sydney) Loquat Valley School. Pre-school through Year 6.

Canada
British Columbia: Prince George, Grace Church (Anglican Parishes of the Central Interior, formerly Cariboo)
British Columbia: Prince George, St Michael and All Angels (Anglican Parishes of the Central Interior, formerly Cariboo)
New Brunswick: Edmundston, St Paul's United and St John the Baptist (New Brunswick)

England
Bearwood, Bearwood (Salisbury)
Branksome Park, All Saints (Salisbury)
Bridport, Bridport Team Ministry: St Swithun, Holy Trinity in Bothenhampton and Bradpole, St Mary in Bridport and Walditch, St John (Salisbury)
Corfe Mullen, St Hubert (Salisbury)
Holy Rood - Wool, Wool Chapel, Bindon Chapel (Salisbury)
Lytchett Minster, Parish of Lytchett Minster with Upton: Lychett Minster and St Dunstan (Salisbury)
Poole, St Mary, Longfleet (Salisbury)
Salisbury, Parish of St Thomas: St Thomas and St Edmund (Salisbury)
Savernake, Savernake Team Parish: St Katherine, St Mary, and St Michael (Salisbury)
Stalbridge, Stalbridge parish churches: St Peter in Purse Caundle and Stourton Caundle, St Barnabas, and St Mary (Salisbury)
Studley, St John (Salisbury)
West Parley, St Mark (Salisbury)
Yetminster, Wriggle Valley Benefice: St Andrew in Yetminster and Leigh, St Mary Magdalene, St Peter in Hermitage and Chetnole,
Hilfield, Ryme Intrinseca (Salisbury)

Essays
Bishop Pierre Whalon thinks the shade of the late bishop James Pike has something to say to ECUSA's House of Bishops. In his new essay Thought, Love, and Bishops; or the Ghost of James Pike, +Pierre writes about just what Pike can teach us. Read it here.

Events
USA: New York City, 16 April 2004: The Future of the Anglican Communion
Mary Tanner OBE, one of the leading ecumenical theologians in the Church of England, speaks at General Theological Seminary.

Ireland
Culmore, Culmore Parish Churches: Holy Trinity, Muff and St Peter (Derry)

Letters to Anglicans Online
Have a read. Write a letter of your own to us for possible publication.

News Centre
Nigerian primate denounces US church again. Power struggles in Pakistan. English diocese ponders see change. Diocese reports drop in donations. Church and state in Australia and Sudan. State and Church in Kenya. Sydney priests must reveal sexual history. Rowan Williams lectures about atheism. Nigerians said only to pretend to be religious. English bishop decries US unilateralsim. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

Parish Resources
Avon Silversmith, Ltd. Based in the UK's 'famous Jewellery Quarter in Birmingham', these silversmiths provide chalices of the highest quality and are happy to ship abroad.

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USA
Cathedrals
Texas: Bedford, St Vincent Episcopal Cathedral Church, Fort Worth

Parishes
California: Cupertino, The Anglican Student Koinonia (campus ministry at De Anza College)
California: Martinez, Grace Church (California)
California: San Gabriel, Our Saviour (Los Angeles)
Massachusetts: Great Barrington, St James (Western Massachusetts)
New York: Adirondack Mission: St Paul, St Christopher, St Barbara, and Good Shepherd (Albany)
North Carolina: Lake James, St Paul (Western North Carolina)
Texas: Lubbock, St Stephen, (Northwest Texas)

Vacancies Centre
Three new vacancies listed this week.
You can 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
'Analysing Atheism; Unbelief and the world of Faiths': Keynote address delivered by Archbishop Rowan Williams at the Building Bridges Conference, Georgetown University, Washington, DC on 29 March 2004.

Catholicism: The story of Catholic Christianity by Gerald O. Collins and Mario Farruggia. Published by OUP and reviewed here by The Very Revd Dr David Edwards.

The changing face of the clergy: Peter Smith, writing in the Courier-Journal (Louisville, Kentucky) discusses the changing demographics of clergy in the United States.

The Conciliatrist Tradition: Constitutionalism in the Catholic Church 1300-1870. By Francis Oakley, published by OUP and reviewed by Prebendary Paul Avis.

The Dwelling of the Light: Praying with icons of Christ by +Rowan Williams. Published by Canterbury Press and reviewed here by Dr Geoffrey Rowell.

In Search of a Mass: Saskia Sissons write in the Tablet [you may well have to fill out a free subscription form] asking "Should Catholics be like consumers, shopping around for the right liturgy? One young mother, returning to the Church, did so, with an unexpected result.

Modelling the way: the Powys/Wright dialogue: The Revd Nigel Wright, a gay priest, and 'an opponent of homosexual practice', Archdeacon David Powys, discuss with Roland Ashby the issue of homosexuality with reference to a collection of essays on the subject: Faithfulness in Fellowship: A Study Guide, by the Doctrine Commission of the Anglican Church of Australia.



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