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Week of 28 November 2004

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Advent Resources
Our collection of links and resources. If you know of a good Advent-related website we should include, let us know.

England
Bowlee, St Thomas (Manchester)
Canterbury, Christ Church and St John the Divine [New Malden and Coombe] (Southwark)
Chesam Bois, St Leonard (Oxford)
Cockshutt, United Benefice of Cockshutt, Petton, Lyneal cum Colemere and Welshampton (Lichfield)
Higham Ferrers, St Mary the Virgin (Peterborough)
Holloway, St Mary Magdalene and St David (London)
Kennington, St John the Divine (London)
Strensall, St Mary the Virgin (York)

Europe
France: Boulogne, Boulogne (Diocese in Europe)
France: Calais, Calais (Diocese in Europe)
France: Puycelsi Village, Puycelsi Anglican Chaplaincy (Diocese in Europe)
Germany: Augsburg, Ascension (Diocese in Europe)
Germany: Ingolstadt, Holy Trinity (Diocese in Europe)
Hungary: Budapest, St Margaret (Diocese in Europe)

Letters to Anglicans Online
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News Centre
ABC warns against hostile language on gays. Toronto votes to defer same-sex decision. St George, Baghdad, is on the mend. ACO Secretary General addresses Pope. Lambeth Commision prepares for reception. Newark facing parish consolidation. Los Angeles bishop to stop blessings. Joint statement on false depictions.
All this, and more, in the News Centre.

Parish Resources
William J. Ralston Furniture. Specializes in Gothic furniture with possible use in churches.

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USA
Cathedrals
Michigan: Portage (Kalamazoo), Cathedral of Christ the King, Western Michigan

Parishes
New Mexico: Chama, St Jerome (Rio Grande)
Ohio: Canton, St Paul (Ohio)
Ohio: Geneva, Christ Church (Ohio)
Ohio: Kent, Christ Church (Ohio)
Ohio: Marion, St Paul (Ohio)
Ohio: Niles, St Luke (Ohio)
Ohio: Willoughby, Grace (Ohio)
North Carolina: Asheville, St Mary (Western North Carolina)
Pennsylvania: Coudersport, Christ Church (Central Pennsylvania)
Pennsylvania: Hametown, St Benedict (Central Pennsylvania)
Pennsylvania: Huntington, St John (Central Pennsylvania)
Pennsylvania: Pittsburgh (Squirrel Hill), Church of the Redeemer (Pittsburgh)

Resources
Ohio: Painesville, Cedar Hills (Ohio) Camp and conference centre for the Diocese of Ohio.

Vacancies Centre
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World
Diocese of Argentina (Province of the Southern Cone of America)
Diocese of Bolivia (Province of the Southern Cone of America)

Argentina: Buenos Aires, Cathedral of San Juan, Diocese of Argentina
Argentina: Buenos Aires, Buen Pastor (Argentina)
Argentina: Buenos Aires (Bahia Blanco) San Pablo (Argentina)
Argentina: Belgrano, San Salvador (Argentina)
Bahamas: St George Town, St Andrew Parish Church [St John-The-Baptist, Moss Town; St Margaret of Antioch; Harts; St Mary Magdalene, Williams Town; Holy Innocents, Ragged Island] (The Bahamas and the Turks and Caicos Islands)
Brazil: Natal, Jesus of Nazareth (Recife)
Brazil: Recife, Mediador (Recife)

Worth Noting

Apocalypse (Almost) Now: In the New York Times, Nicholas Kristof links the blue, the red, and the End Times.


Week of 21 November 2004

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Australia
Theological Colleges
Mary Andrews College: 'Mary Andrews College (formerly Deaconess House) has a long history in the Diocese of equipping women to serve Christ in a variety of ways. This lives on as MAC ministers to women students at Moore Theological College, runs a Diploma Course throughout Sydney and has a ministry to university students.'

Canada
Ontario: Niagara Falls, St John the Evangelist (Niagara Falls)

Church History
Sewanee Online History Project: Bishop-General Leonidas Polk Memorial Website. Leonidas Polk (1806-1864) was Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Louisiana and Lieutenant-General in the Confederate Army. This memorial website includes biographical information and tributes.

England
Bodmin, St Petroc (Truro) [NOTE: midi attack]
Brighton, St Bartholomew (Chichester)
Hereford, Borders Group of Parishes [All Saints, Bishopswood; St Peter, Dixton; St Swithin, Ganarew; St Giles, Goodrich; St Deinst, Christ Church, Llangrove; St Matthew, Marstow; St Mary, Welsh Newton; St Dubricius, Whitchurch; St James, Wyesham] (Hereford)
Long Sutton, St Mary (Lincoln)
Newquay, St Michael (Truro)
Padstow, Padstow Parish [St Saviour, Trevone; St Petroc, Padstow] (Truro)
Par Green, Par Parish [Good Shepherd, Par Green; St Mary, Biscovy] (Truro)
Golant, St Sampson (Truro)
Stithians, United Benefice of Stithians and Perran-ar-worthal with Gwennap [St Stythian; St Piran, Perran-ar-worthal; St Wenappa, Gwennap] (Truro)

Europe
France: Menton, St John (Diocese in Europe)
Luxembourg: Luxembourg, Anglican Church of Luxembourg (Diocese in Europe)

Letters to Anglicans Online
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News Centre
Another California bishop steps down. Optimism about Anglican/RC relations. Eames bio tells of peace talk role. Pittsburgh parish responds to bishop challenge. Canadian bishops agree on shared ministry. Conversations with the primate. Niagara bishop overrules synod decision. Pastoral letter from New Zealand.
All this, and more, in the News Centre.

Not in the Communion
Anglican Church Worldwide. 'Many of the Continuing Churches of the Anglican faith wrestle with whether they are in communion with Canterbury or nay. The ACW is NOT in communion with Canterbury administratively, but we are spiritually'.

Official Church Publications
Diocese of Armidale: The Link. Published irregularly; available in PDF format.

Preaching resources
merechristian.org: A weblog by J. Barry Vaughn, an Episcopal priest in Philadelphia. 'It is a collection of comments on scripture (usually the Sunday lectionary readings), sermons, and completely random thoughts.'

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USA
Florida: Tampa, St Chad (Southwest Florida)
Minnesota: Minneapolis, Holy Trinity (Minnesota)
New York: Mahopac, Holy Communion (New York)
Virginia: Midlothian, Redeemer (Southern Virginia)

Schools
California: The Bishop's School, La Jolla (San Diego). Grades 7 through 12 day school.

Vacancies Centre
One new vacancy this week:
Scotland: Gordon Chapel, Forchabers (Moray, Ross and Caithness) Priest.
For more information see our Vacancies Centre.

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Worth Noting

+Andrew: Conversations with the Primate: The first webcast of an Anglican Primate, as far as we know. 'Archbishop Hutchison has said that among his priorities as Primate are communications and the building of relationships, 'drawing people into the conversation'. Even if you're not part of the Anglican Church of Canada, you may want to have a look: this is inclusive communication on the leading edge of technology and of open communication within the church. His second 'Conversation' is also available.

Biblical Interpretation: The Meanings of Scripture - Past and Present. Alison Shell reviews in the Church Times John Court's edited collection of essays on an eclectic range of topics.

The Gestures of God: Explorations in Sacramentality, edited by Geoffrey Rowell and Christine Hall. This 'collection of essays brings together 11 papers delivered at an ecumenical and interdisciplinary conference at St George’s House, Windsor, in September 2003' and is reviewed in the Church Times by Dr Kenneth Stevenson, Bishop of Portsmouth.

Jesus of Africa: Voices of Contemporary African Christology, by Diane B. Stinton is reviewed this week in Church Times by Andrew Wingate. 'She shows the way in which many African Christians are wrestling with the fundamental question of theology: who is Christ.'

INCWADI YOKUTANDAZA EBANDHLENI: 'Zulu (also known as isiZulu) is one of the major languages of South Africa, spoken as a first language by nearly 10,000,000 people. The Book of Common Prayer was first translated into Zulu in 1856 and was one of the earlier printed works in that language. It has since gone through over a dozen editions, of both the 1662 English BCP (presented here) and also the more recent South African BCP's. The version given here was printed by the SPCK in 1915 and likely was a revision of the translation by Henry Calloway, one of the prominent missionaries in South Africa. It includes nearly the whole 1662 BCP. It appears as 199:9 in David Griffiths' Bibliography of the Book of Common Prayer.'




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