of 22 February 2009
Elewana Education Project: 'addresses the significant lack of funding and resources faced by East African schools by drawing together scholastic institutions whose students and faculty can help each other in a relationship of love, mutual respect and support'. Links young people in West Virginia and Pennsylvania with students in the Diocese of Katakwa, Kenya.
Victoria: Murrumbeena, St Peter with Holy Nativity, Hughesdale (Melbourne)
Book of Common Prayer
The Qu'Appelle Liturgy. This 'early part of the process of liturgical revision that culminated in the 1985 Book of Alternative Services was published during the tenure of the seventh Bishop of Qu'Appelle, George Clarence Fredrick Jackson (1907-1990, diocesan bishop 1960-1977).'
Philip Welsh reviews Creating Inclusive Churches, by Giles Goddard.
Duncan Dormor reviews The SPCK Introduction to Kierkegaard, by Peter Vardy.
Mark Oakley reviews Words for Silence: A Year of Contemplative Meditations, by Gregory
Waiting: Reflections, Stories, Prayers, by Chris Leonard.
Nova Scotia: Parishes of Pugwash and River John [Holy Trinity, Denmark; St George, Pugwash; St John the Baptist, River John; All Souls, Oxford; St John, Oxford Junction; St Andrew, Wallace] (Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island)
Nova Scotia: Wolfville (Horton), St John (Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island)
Barling Magna, All Saints (Chelmsford)
Gatley, St James (Chester)
West Bergholt, St Mary (Chelmsford)
West Ham, All Saints (Chelmsford)
West Ham, St Matthew (Chelmsford)
Writtle, All Saints (Chelmsford)
Croatia: Zagreb, Anglican Chaplaincy (Diocese in Europe)
US: Boston, 28 February 2009: 20th
Anniversary Celebration: Rt Rev Barbara C Harris
The Diocese of Massachusetts will offer a live webcast of the celebration of the 20th anniversary of the consecration of the Rt Rev Barbara C Harris. The schedule includes a morning program and an afternoon Eucharist with the Most Rev Katharine Jefferts Schori preaching and celebrating.
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Parish of Opawa - St Martins [St Mark, Opawa; St Anne, Christchurch] (Christchurch)
Nigerian bishop on challenges of preaching to militants. Church of England General Synod wrapup.
Excommunicated former Harare bishop still at it. An interview with John Shelby Spong. Niwano
Peace Prize awarded to Uganda priest. Church and State in Sri Lanka, Free State, and Kenya. Australian
church, burned, already planning to rebuild. Reclaiming the land in a ravaged ecosystem. Anglican
X-rays in Ghana. Diocese of Brisbane fights personal-injury lawsuit. Diocese of Sydney launches
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Episcopal Bridgebuilders: 'a coalition of Episcopal churches in Fairfield County, Connecticut, committed to addressing the need for affordable housing in our area and the problem of racial, ethnic and socioeconomic division among our people'.
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Philippines: St Stephen's Parish Pro-Cathedral (Central Philippines) Rector
Country: St Andrew's Church, Newlands, Cape Town (Cape Town) Youth Worker
Schools and education
India: St Stephen's College, Delhi. Residential college affiliated with the University of Delhi.
India: Bishop Cotton School, Shimla. Founded in 1859, named for Bishop George Edward Lynch Cotton (1813-1866).
Malaysia: St Mary's School for Girls, Kuala Lumpur. Founded in 1912.
General Synod: Thinking Anglicans has provided a well-organized, impressive roundup of press coverage and reports on the Church of England's General Synod.
Not an abstract idea, but a visible society: Geoffrey Rowell writes for the Times (London). 'Synods are certainly not perfect, but at their best they enable the service of God's kingdom of justice and love and peace. There was much in what was said and done in the recent General Synod that did just that.'