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Music for the Highveld: This lovely website supports 'the Highveld Diocese in tackling the AIDS epidemic in South Africa.' The sale of music recordings through the site helps to provide funding for Tsepho-Hope Centre and the Kwase-Kwaza Home Based Care Project, two HIV/AIDS ministries in eastern South Africa. An important focus of this ministry is support for children affected by or infected with HIV/AIDS.
A Bishop Amongst Bananas, by Herbert Bury (1911): Bury (1853-1933) was Anglican bishop in Central America during the construction of the Panama Canal. His diocese included the modern countries of Belize, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Panama. Bishop Bury served subsequently as Bishop of Northern and Central Europe.
Tucker of Uganda: Artist and Apostle, by Arthur P. Shepherd (1929): Alfred Robert Tucker (1849-1914) was Bishop of Uganda from 1890 to 1911. One account of his episcopate notes: 'In 1891 there were seventy communicants, and in 1907, 18,078. The number of worshipers rose from 25,300 in 1897 to 52,471 in 1907, and the number of churches from 321 to 1,070 during the same years.' This biography includes a frontispiece portrait.
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The Evergreens. Moorestown, New Jersey. Continuing care retirement community founded in 1919 'in Bound Brook, NJ as a generous gift to the Episcopal Diocese of New Jersey by the Henry LaMonte family.'
Episcopal Association for College Work. Houghton, Michigan-based organisation providing scholarships and college chaplaincy in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.
Episcopal School for Ministry. The Diocese of Missouri's programme to 'deepen the spiritual lives and strengthen the ministries in the church and the world of all who seek to grow in the knowledge and love of God; prepare people to serve the church as priests and deacons; [and] strengthen the ministries of lay and ordained people through continuing education.'
Time for bishop's move: Judith Maltby, writing in The Guardian, argues that the church needs women bishops.
From Uganda to York, shaped by the saints and martyrs: Sarah Meyrick, writing in the Church Times, comments on the new Archbishop of York.
Announcing an Archbishop: a day in the life of the DCO: Martin Sheppard reflects on the announcement of Dr Sentamu's appointment to Ebor.
Of Canterbury and York: Andrew Brown, writing in the Church Times, reflects on the recent lecture on The Media by Rowan Williams.
The Sacred Neuron: Extraordinary new discoveries linking science and religion, by John W Bowker, reviewed in the Church Times by Gordon McPhate.
Why Study the Past? The quest for the historical Church, a book by Rowan Williams, reviewed in the Church Times by George Pattison.
Cost of Certainty, a
book by Jeremy Young,
reviewed in the Church Times by Thaddeus Birchard.
Hope Healthcare Australia: In 1891 the Anglican Deaconess Institution began ministry training and care for the aged, sick and destitute. Today, ADIS manages Neringah Hospital, Greenwich Hospital, Graythwaite Nursing Home, Tom O'Neill Centre, Northern Beaches Palliative Care, Braeside Hospital and other organisations in Australia, grouped under the umbrella of Hope Healthcare Australia.
Anglican Church Women in the Diocese of Toronto: 'The purpose of Anglican Church Women in the Diocese of Toronto is to be a focus for Christian community among all Anglican women, affirming their gifts and encouraging their ministries through worship, learning and service.'
Anglican Gathering of Ottawa: 'a growing collection of Anglicans from across the Diocese of Ottawa that seek to continue to follow the traditional teaching and beliefs of the Anglican Church.'
Dayspring in the Far West, by M.E. Johnson (1875): This volume traces the history of Anglicanism in Canada north and west of the Great Lakes. A number of interesting and attractive engravings accompany the text.
Papers of Reuben Archer Torrey, III: Wheaton College's Billy Graham Center holds the papers of R.A. Torrey (1918-2002), an Episcopal priest who was born to Presbyterian missionaries working in northern China. This site includes transcripts of oral history interviews detailing his impressions of missionary life in Korea and parish life in the United States.
The Church of England Evangelical Council: 'a federation of Anglican Evangelical Agencies who realise that their voices carry more weight when they speak together.'
The Compass Rose Society: 'an international charitable organization that supports the programs and ministries of the Archbishop of Canterbury and the Anglican Consultative Council. We do this by raising funds for ministry, by designating contributions for mission projects, and by building a community of individuals and parishes who support these missions and ministries.'
Diocese of Chester Anglican Cursillo: Diocesan branch of this retreat programme.
The Woodard Corporation: 'Woodard Schools form the largest group of Church of England schools in England and Wales.' Founded in 1847 by Nathaniel Woodard, the Woodard schools 'have a firm conviction [...] that education is best delivered within a community whose life, thoughts and actions are shaped by Christian belief and practice.'
Friends at the Advent. 'a group of singles and couples in their 20s and 30s who attend the Church of the Advent in Beacon Hill, Boston.'
Friends of St Vincent's Center for Handicapped Children. Founded in 1945 by the Sisters of Saint Margaret, St Vincent's Center for Handicapped Children is a school and medical facility in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. The Friends of St Vincent's is an interfaith outreach ministry of St James, West Hartford, Connecticut.
St Stephen's Episcopal School. Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Coeducational, pre-kindergarten through eighth grade.
St John's and St Mary's Intitute of Technology, Taipei, Taiwan. Successor institution of the former St John's University and St Mary's Hall of Shanghai, educational institutions founded in 1879 and 1918 by Bishop Samuel Isaac Joseph Schereschewsky. The founder of St John's and St Mary's Institute of Technology in Taiwan was Dr James C. L. Wong, the first Chinese bishop of the Episcopal Church in Taiwan.
Pegging out love's laundry: Christopher Howse's column in The Telegraph reflects on Rowan Williams' recent lecture on the media.
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