of 4 February 2007
Gordonvale, Queensland. Anglican day and boarding school in North Queensland
for Indigenous Australians.
the Christian Right and the War on America, by Chris Hedges,
is reviewed by Giles Fraser in the New Statesman.
Publishing. Since 1999, Littlefarm is the publisher of the
Teal Curriculum, a 'complete Religious Education Curriculum trusted
by Episcopal and Anglican parishes worldwide for over 35 years'.
British Columbia: New Westminster, Holy Trinity
Cathedral (New Westminster)
Church Histories: New Zealand, by
Henry Jacobs (1887). Dean Henry Jacobs
(1824-1901) wrote this magisterial history
of the earliest years of Anglican life
in the Dioceses of Auckland, Christchurch,
Dunedin, Nelson, Waiapu, Wellington
and Melanesia. The full text is posted
along with a handsome frontispiece and
diocesan map of New Zealand.
of English Church Expansion: Australia, by A. E. David (1908).
This book provides an overview of Australian Anglican history from
the late eighteenth century until the beginning of the twentieth century.
The online version includes a frontispiece and several
Education and Ministries
School. Masters of Theological Studies program. 'Students interested
in the MTS degree at Harvard Divinity School are urged to check
the online HDS Courses of Instruction as this implementation proceeds
and as faculty designate existing courses and design new ones to
fit the new distribution requirements.'
University of Wales Lampeter. 'Theology and Religious Studies currently delivers Level 3 (the equivalent of the final year of a degree course) in a Distance Learning Programme which can be pursued by individual students. We offer two options depending upon your point of entry.'
Mount Dinham, St Michael
and All Angels (Exeter)
Pewsey and Swanborough Team [St John the Baptist, Pewsey; Holy Cross,
Wilcot; Holy Trinity, Oare; St Nicholas, Huish; St James, North Newnton;
St Peter, Manningford Bruce; St Mary Magdalene, Woodborough; St Mary,
Alton Barnes; St Stephen, Beechingstoke; All Saints, Stanton St Bernard;
All Saints, Alton Priors; Holy Trinity, Easton Royal; St Peter, Milton
Lilbourne; St Andrew, Wootton Rivers] (Salisbury)
Salisbury, Sarum St
Salisbury, St Francis (Salisbury)
Salisbury, St Paul (Salisbury)
Shillingstone, Holy Rood (Salisbury)
Watercombe Benefice [St
Martin, Broadmayne; St Catherine, Holworth; St Michael, Owermoigne;
All Saints, Warmwell; St Peter, West Knighton] (Salisbury)
West Moors, St Mary the Virgin (Salisbury)
Clergy Appointments Advisor. While the site has not changed, the location
has — it's now on the Church of England site.
his new essay, Bishop Pierre Whalon reports on a fascinating and disturbing
trip to Tehran in January 2007: Where
Have All the Christians Gone? It's also available online
in French and in
Farsi as a PDF.
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Parish of Eastern Wanganui [All
Saints; St Barnabas; St John; St Mary] (Wellington)
Conservatives diss ABC's authority. Ghana proposes Anglican University. Uganda archbishop says Islam is the issue. Summary of the
situation in Virginia. Furor over Australian church sign. 'Coup' plans revealed in Pittsburgh. ACO announces Tanzania meeting details. All
this, and more, in the News Centre.
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Mothers Union USA: This
large Anglican organization for women was founded in England in 1876. It
began activities in the United States in 1986, and there are now ten branches
there. Its projects include 'scholarships for the youths, marriage celebrations,
quiet days, and fund- raisers to assist needy families and work in association
with organizations on outreach and enrichment projects'.
Scouters Association: 'The purpose of the Association is to promote
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those Episcopal and Anglican Scouters and Scouts in [..] their endeavours.'
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Canada: Diocese of Moosonee. Children's and Youth Director
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Taiwan: Taipei, St John's Cathedral, Taiwan
Taiwan: Taichung, St James (Taiwan)
Taiwan: Taipei, Church of the Advent (Taiwan)
Life is Tasty: This homepage
for youth ministries in the Diocese of Bethlehem makes much of
the meaning of Bethlehem in Hebrew: house of bread. 'Grab
a spoon, bring a friend!'
Need Help to Love Their Congregants as Themselves: Jonathan
Romain writes in the Times (London). 'A recent report on the Church
of England, The Future of the Parish System, revealed tales of
in-fighting, bullying and malicious gossip at variance with the
genteel image of church life. It seems that some Anglican clergy
spend as much time separating warring factions and avoiding psychotic
congregants as they do preaching the gospel of love.'
the Wells of Open Debate: Giles Fraser writes in the Church Times (London)
on blogs and bloggers.
you Meet George Herbert on the Road, Kill Him':
Paul Roberts reflects on clergy life in the Church of England. This
is part two of four reflections; the others are on clergy
get the clergy you plan for'.