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South Africa: Cape Town, St
Luke (Cape Town)
New South Wales: Gosford, Parish
of Gosford [Christ Church; St Mary Hermitage; St John, Point
Clare; St Peter, Sprinfeild; Mangrove Mountain Union Church] (Newcastle)
Queensland: Cairns, St
John (North Queensland)
Journal of the Bishop's Visitation Tour through the Cape Colony,
in 1850, by Robert Gray. Robert Gray (1809-1872) was the first
Bishop of Cape Town, South Africa. During his tenure as Metropolitan
of South Africa, five new sees were added to this province: Natal,
Grahamstown, St. Helena, the Orange Free State and Zambesi.
English Clergy Association.
'The English Clergy Association, founded in 1938, exists to support
all Clerks in Holy Orders in their Vocation and Ministry within the
Church of England as by law established; to uphold the Parson's
Freehold within the traditional understanding of the Church's
life and witness; to oppose unnecessary bureaucracy in the Church;
to monitor legislative and other processes of change; and to promote
in every available way the good of English Parish and Cathedral
life and the welfare of the Clergy.'
Ash, St Peter
Brighton, Chapel Royal (Chichester)
Chobham, Parish of Chobham
[St Laurence; St Saviour, Valley End] (Guildford)
Frimley, Parish of Frimley
[St Peter and St Francis] (Guildford)
Frimley Green, St
St Helier, St
Peter with St Andrewes (Southwark)
South Hornchurch, St
John and St Matthew (Chelmsford) [Be prepared for a
major midi attack.]
Wonerish with Blackheath, St
John the Baptist (Guildford)
Elections or Announcements
Episcopal Church in the USA
Diocese of San Diego: The Revd James Mathes, Canon to the Ordinary in the Diocese
of Chicago, has been elected the fourth Bishop of San Diego. This report
in the San
Diego Union-Tribune and this report on the Diocesan
website offer further information.
Belgium: Waterloo, All
Saints (Diocese in Europe)
Australia --> United Kingdom
travelling to the UK in June-August 2005 on sabbatical. Happy to provide
liturgical and pastoral ministry for 6-8 weeks in exchange for accommodation
(and vehicle if possible) anywhere in the UK. Can also provide use of rectory
in suburban Adelaide or 2 br cottage in nearby winery district in exchange
if desired. Clergy duties at this end are negotiable and not essential.
Prefer FiF/Resolutions AB parish. Contact:
--> United Kingdom (anywhere)
Two to three weeks in August 2005. As Vicar of Holy
Trinity, Stratford-upon-Avon am interested in exchanging house
and vehicle. Our house is in central Stratford, with 4 bedrooms,
large garden, 2 minutes from River Avon and Royal Shakespeare
Theatre. Parish duties not essential. Contact
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against poverty: Olusola Olaosebikan, writing for The News
(Lagos, Nigeria) reveals some of the good that came from the recent
African Anglican Bishops' Conference.
God on trial: Alice M Sinnott, writing for the Review of Biblical
Literature, reviews the recent book of that title by Robert Sutherland.