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Week of 23 October 2005

Canada
Resources
Canadian Anglicans Community Blog. 'A community weblog for members of the Canadian Anglicans & CanAng email discussion list to post their writings'.

England
Aylestone, Aylestone Parish [St Andrew] (Leicester)
Barking, St Erkenwald (Chelmsford)
Barwell, Barwell Parish [St Mary, Barwell; St Christopher, Church Hall, with Stapleton and Potters Marston] (Leicester)
Chingford, St Edmund (Chelmsford)
Copford, St Michael and All Angels (Chelmsford)
Felsted, Holy Cross, and Priory Church of the Virgin Mary, Little Dunmow (Chelmsford)
Halstead, St Andrew with Holy Trinity (Chelmsford)
Stanford Rivers, St Margaret (Chelmsford)
Stratford, St John (Chelmsford)
Wollaton, St Leonard (Southwell)

Letters to Anglicans Online
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News Centre
Irish and Nigerian primates dicker. Uganda bishop appointed in London. Racist reaction to new ABY. ABC to Egypt for Global South meeting. Updated reports on Pittsburgh settlement. Commentary on Sydney's new proposal. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

Not in the Communion
Resources
Benissa School of Ministry. 'An evangelical, spirit-filled, historical and cross-cultural community dedicated to the preparation of men and women for the fivefold ministry of Christ and His Church. We have received Accreditation through St. Alcuin House Theological Seminary in Minneapolis, USA, and we are working towards partnership with other colleges and seminaries around the world.'

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USA
Parishes
Connecticut: Weston, Emmanuel (Connecticut)
Florida: Eau Gallie, St John (Central Florida)
Maryland: Hebron, St Paul Spring Hill (Easton)
Michigan: Pontiac, All Saints (Michigan)
Tennessee: Clarkesville, Trinity (Tennessee)
Tennessee: Franklin, Resurrection (Tennessee)
Tennessee: Murfreesboro, St Paul (Tennessee)
Virginia: Chase City, The Cure Parishes [St John; St Timothy, Clarksville] (Southern Virginia)
West Virginia: Parkersburg, Memorial Church of the Good Shepherd (West Virginia)
West Virginia: South Charleston, All Saints (West Virginia)
Wisconsin: North Lake, St Peter (Milwaukee)

Vacancies Centre
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Wales
Parishes
Penrhiwceiber, St Wilfred (Llandaff)

World
Cathedrals
India, Nagpur: All Saints Cathedral, Diocese of Nagpur

Dioceses
India, Kerala: Diocese of Madhya Kerala
India, Chennai: Diocese of Madras
India, Tirunelveli: Diocese of Tirunelveli

Parishes
India, Ernakulam:
Immanuel Church (Madhya Kerala)
India, Trivandrum: Christ Church (Madhya Kerala)

Worth Noting
A Confident Priesthood, by George Reindorp. George Reindorp (1911-90) was Provost of Southwark Cathedral 1957-61, and Bishop of Guildford 1961-73, and of Salisbury 1973-81. This edited excerpt is from George Reindorp at St Stephen’s 1946-1957: A Confident Priesthood, extracted from an unpublished biography by John S. Peart-Binns. (Editor's comment: A delight.)

Robert Nowell reads quick books about the new Pontiff: The Rise of Benedict XVI: The inside story of how the Pope was elected and what it means for the world, by John L. Allen; We Have a Pope! Benedict XVI, by Matthew E. Bunson D.Min.; Pope Benedict XVI: Successor to Peter, by Michael Collins; Labourer in the Vineyard: A portrait of Benedict XVI, by Greg Watts; and Choice of name: a good omen?

‘This Holy Man’: Impressions of Metropolitan Anthony, by Gillian Crow, is reviewed in the Church Times by Michael Bourdeaux. 'Gillian Crow, who worked with Metropolitan Anthony for more than ten years as his diocesan secretary, begins her account of his life a full 70 years before his birth. This is a mark of the broad sweep of the book. It is not a study of his thought or writings, but a sequential biography, full of detail. What most impresses, amid its all-round excellence, is the honesty of its portrayal of a complicated subject.'

We Need a Conversion from Being Consumers, by Richard Chartres, is reviewed in the Church Times. This is an edited version of the Francistide lecture given recently by the Rt Revd Richard Chartres, Bishop of London, in St Mary Woolnoth, in the City of London. 'Francis would have been reluctant to join a "make poverty history" campaign because he believed that "our lady Poverty" was a companion who can lead us into profound communication with God and other creatures. But there is all the difference in the world between the poverty that comes from renunciation and the grinding poverty that is inflicted on so many people in today’s world.'



Week of 16 October 2005

Africa
Kenya: Diocese of Butere

Australia
Schools
Queensland: Karrabin. West Moreton Anglican College. A co-educational College catering for students from pre-K through year 12.

Basics
A Beginner's Guide to the Anglican Church. You'll find the basics of Christian belief, Anglican understanding, what happens in church, and a brief glossary of terms. The Beginner's Guide is from St John's the Evangelist in New Zealand, but is general enough to be useful throughout the communion.

Canada
New Brunswick: Blackville, Parish of Derby and Blackville (Fredericton)

Church History
Mary Bird in Persia, by Clara Rice (1916). Mary Rebecca Stewart Bird (1859-1914) was a medical missionary to Persia, now known as Iran. In addition to operating a dispensary at Isfahan, she taught classes on Christian scripture and ministered to the needs of Christian, Jewish and Muslim women.

My People of the Plains, by Ethelbert Talbot (1906). Ethelbert Talbot (1848-1928) was missionary Bishop of Wyoming and Idaho from 1887 to 1897. He was elected Bishop of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania in 1898, and became Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church in 1924. In this volume, Talbot writes about his experiences as a bishop on the American frontier, and his ministry among Arapahoe and Shoshone Indians, as well as in mining and logging communities. This volume includes 12 photographs.

England
Denton Parish [St Leonard, Denton; St Mary, Tarring Neville] (Chichester)
Ditchling, St Margaret of Antioch (Chichester)
Eastbourne, St John the Evangelist, Meads (Chichester)
Eastbourne, St Philip (Chichester)
Enfield, St Andrew (Canterbury)
Fishbourne, St Peter and St Mary (Chichester)
Harting
, United Benefice of Harting with Elsted and Treyford cum Didling [St Mary and St Gabriel, South Harting; St Paul, Elsted; St Andrew, Didling] (Chichester)
Wye,
United Wye Benefice [All Saints, Boughton Aluph; St Christopher, Boughton Aluph; St Mary, Brook; St Mary the Virgin, Hastingleigh; St Gregory and St Martin, Wye] (Canterbury)

Education and Ministries
General resources for youth education: Compiled and sponsored by the Episcopal Church in the USA.

Letters to Anglicans Online
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Liturgical, Daily Office
Podcast of Morning Prayer read by a priest in the Episcopal Church in the USA, from the Psalter for the Christian People, 'which is a much more gender neutral version'.

News Centre
Lawsuit settled in the Diocese of Pittsburgh. Discord over planned church sale in Sydney. Sydney to debate split from Canterbury. New Anglican church in Qatar. US Methodist, Episcopal bishops meet. New bishop in Papua New Guinea. Irish Primate speaks at Yale. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

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USA
Parishes
California: Berkeley, Good Shepherd (California)
California: Redwood City, El Buen Pastor (California) [bilingual website]
California: San Francisco, Incarnation (California)
California: San Francisco, True Sunshine (California)
California: San Leandro, All Saints (California)
Connecticut: Rocky Hill, St Andrew the Apostle (Connecticut)
Connecticut: South Glastonbury, St Luke (Connecticut)
Connecticut: South Windsor, St Peter (Connecticut)
Connecticut: Torrington, Trinity Church (Connecticut)
Connecticut: Washington, St John (Connecticut)
Maryland: Centreville, St Paul (Easton)
Maryland: Ocean City, St Paul-by-the-Sea (Easton)
Michigan: Milford, St George (Michigan)
New York: Kingston, Holy Cross (New York)
New York: Westhampton Beach, St Mark (Long Island)
Virginia: Arlington, Trinity Church (Virginia)
Virginia: King George, St Paul (Virginia)
Virginia: Lynchburg, St Barnabas and Trinity (Southwestern Virginia)
Virginia: Martinsville, Christ Church (Southwestern Virginia)
Virginia: Moneta, Trinity Ecumenical Parish (Southwestern Virginia) [Joint Episcopal, Lutheran, Presbyterian parish]
Virginia: Richmond, St Stephen (Virginia)
Virginia: Rocky Mount, Trinity Church (Southwestern Virginia)
West Virginia: Huntington, St John (West Virginia)
West Virginia: Morgantown, St Thomas à Becket (West Virginia)
West Virginia: Morgantown, Trinity Church (West Virginia)
West Virginia: St Albans, St Mark (West Virginia)
West Virginia: Weston, St Paul (West Virginia)
Wisconsin: Menomonee Falls, St Francis (Milwaukee)
Wisconsin: Oconomowoc, Zion Church (Milwaukee)
Wisconsin: Whitefish Bay, Christ Church (Milwaukee)
Wisconsin: Whitewater, St Luke (Milwaukee)

Resources
Episcopales Latinos.org. A new Episcopalian site for Hispanic/Latino people in the Church.

Vacancies Centre
List a parish or diocesan opening for one month at AO -- at no charge. What a bargain! The more you use our free service, the more useful it will become for all.

New Zealand: Island Bay, St. Hilda. Youth and Children Worker.
For more information see our Vacancies Centre.

Seeking a position? Scan vacancy pages on diocesan web sites with vacancies listings throughout the communion.

Worth Noting
Accepting our Identity-Parade Deities,
by Jane Williams, is reviewed in the Church Times by Jane Williams. '"Yesterday, today, for ever, Jesus is the same." But is he? The way in which Jesus has been described, painted, and prayed to over the 2000 years since his birth has varied enormously... Christians are Jesus people, but that doesn't mean that we all agree about what are the most central characteristics of our founder.'

English Cathedrals: A History, by Stanford Lehmberg, is reviewed in the Church Times by Robert Jeffrey. 'Great cathedrals have to be cared for and listened to if they are to work effectively; and Lehmberg teaches us that.'

Evangelism in a Spiritual Age: Communicating Faith in a Changing Culture, edited by Yvonne Richmond, Rob Frost, Nick Spencer, Anne Richards, Mark Ireland and Steven Croft, and reviewed in the Church Times by Michael Hart. 'The subtitle says what it is about: "communicating faith in a changing culture". The problem is that many in the Church don't really believe the culture is changing... It is not that people have moved away from us: it is that we have not extended our religious bridges, nor built urgently needed new ones.'

Episcopales Latinos.org. A new Episcopalian site for Hispanic/Latino people in the Church.

Religious Identities in Britain 1660-1832, edited by William Gibson and Robert G. Ingram, is reviewed in the Church Times by Colin Podmore. History is the story of people, and the history of ideas is the story of people's ideas... the focus is on the Church of England, illuminated from within and without by studies of five dignitaries: a vicar, a Puritan, a Nonjuror, John Wesley, and a Scottish visitor (James Boswell).'



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