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Week of 13 September 2009

Australia
Parishes
Queensland: Parish of Kilcoy and Woodford (Brisbane)

Book of Common Prayer
Leo huri ganisabuga (1954). The Holy Communion service in Raga, a major language of Vanuatu spoken mainly on Pentecost Island, is now available online.

Book Reviews
Lionel Wickham reviews Beginning from Jerusalem: Christianity in the Making, by James D. G. Dunn.

Ronald Blythe reviews Quiet Gardens: The Roots of Faith?, by Susan Bowden-Pickstock.

John Rogerson reviews I Will Trust in You: A Companion to the Evening Psalms, by Michael Sadgrove.

Canada
Parishes
Ontario: Parish of the Bruce Peninsula (Huron)

England
Parishes
Leckhampton, St Peter (Gloucester)
Norton, St George and St Nicholas (St Albans)
Stotfold, St Mary the Virgin (St Albans)
Winchcombe Team (Gloucester)

Letters to Anglicans Online
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News Centre
New bishop for Georgia. Canterbury Cathedral's duct tape repairs. Bishop's father kidnapped in Nigeria. ABNC laments cultural loss. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

Not in the Communion
St Alban's School: The Reformed Episcopal Church has launched this pre-Kindergarten through Grade 3 school in New York City.

South Africa
Dioceses
Diocese of Saldanha Bay - http://saldanhabay.anglican.org

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USA
Parishes
Louisiana: Mansfield, Christ Church (Western Louisiana)
Pennsylvania: Carbondale, Trinity Church (Bethlehem)

Independent Organizations
Episcopal Service Corps. 'made up of programs across the United States that call young adults to touch and improve the lives of others; work for justice; clarify their values and priorities; strengthen their leadership skills; find out how they are being called to transform the world.'

Schools and Education
School of Ministry, Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina. Based in Greensboro, North Carolina.

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.
For more information on this and other listings, see our Vacancies Centre. Also scan vacancy pages on diocesan web sites throughout the communion.

USA: St Peter (Delaware) Minister of Music

Worth Noting
A Different Way of Reading the World: 'One of the many ironies of modern life is that, wired in the technology of recognition and representation, we find it ever more difficult to perceive others, the world and ourselves in any kind of hopeful way. After God – as many see it – we are not just wallowing in the dark, we are also blinded by the light.' Simon Barrow writes for Ekklesia.

Religion reporting: an endangered beat?: Michael Paulson, religion editor of The Boston Globe, has written about the global de-emphasis of religion reportage in public media. Mr Paulson holds a Pulitzer prize, a Templeton prize, and several other notable honours.


Week of 6 September 2009

Africa
Parishes
Uganda: Kagadi, St Luke (Bunyoro-Kitara)

Book Reviews
John Pridmore reviews Girard and Theology, by Michael Kirwan.

Richard Harries reviews The Blackwell Companion to the Bible in English Literature.

Michael Perham reviews An Evangelical among the Anglican Liturgists, by Colin Buchanan.

Canada
Parishes
Ontario: London, St John (Huron)
Ontario: Petrolia, Christ Church (Huron)
Ontario: Wyoming, St John (Huron)

England
Parishes
Aston, St Mary (St Albans)
Great Paxton, Holy Trinity (Ely)

Little Staughton, All Saints (St Albans)
Sole Bay Team Ministry (St Edmundsbury and Ipswich)

Episcopal Elections
Ongoing
The Diocese of Los Angeles plans to elect two suffragan bishops on 4-5 December 2009. Details about nominees and the selection process are available here.

Events
USA: Connecticut, New Haven, 15 September 2009: The Cardinal and the Archbishop: Reginald Pole, Thomas Cranmer and the English Reformation
Eamon Duffy, professor of the history of Christianity at the University of Cambridge, will deliver the 2009-2010 Roland Bainton Lecture at Yale Divinity School. The lecture, which is free and open to the public, will begin at 5:30 p.m. in Niebuhr Hall, Sterling Divinity Quadrangle.

Letters to Anglicans Online
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News Centre
Church and state in Zimbabwe. And Angola, Congo, Bahamas, and the UK. The perils of living in a war zone. Not spare change ringers at Trinity Church Wall Street. Sudanese archdeacon killed in attack. Kilkenny Cathedral and Obama's Irish roots. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

Scotland
Parishes
Grantown-on-Spey, St Columba (Moray Ross and Caithness)

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USA
Parishes
Minnesota: Lake City, St Mark (Minnesota)
Minnesota: Park Rapids, Trinity Church (Minnesota)
Minnesota: St Paul, Holy Apostles (Minnesota)

Vacancies Centre
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Worth Noting
The Covenant is Coming, Ready or Not: 'It may not have been an express train, but it has surely been something very like one. Next year the covenant is coming to a synod near you ready or not and it will prove to be a disaster or damp squid.' Bruce Kaye writes for On Line Opinion.

The Crucifixion and atrocities of the killing fields: Geoffrey Rowell writes for the Times (London) about a recent trip to Cambodia. 'The casual subjectivity that makes truth a matter of opinion, even of whim, "your truth and my truth", cannot suffice for places such as the killing fields of Cambodia.'

Primate's view of the Holy Land: 'Archbishop Fred Hiltz, primate of the Anglican Church of Canada, visited Israel and the Palestinian territories from 22-30 August. Anglican Journal [Toronto] staff writer Marites N. Sison sat down for an interview with him to discuss the significance of that visit.'



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