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Week of 22 August 2010

Africa
Schools and Education
Bishop McAllister College. Kyogera, Uganda. 'Decision determines destiny for a better tomorrow.'

Book of Common Prayer
Ettunetle Tutthug Enjit Gichinchik. Chad Wohlers has digitised portions of the Book of Common Prayer in Gwich'in, a major language of the northern Yukon.

Book Reviews
Duncan Dormor reviews Work, for God's Sake: Christian Ethics in the Workplace, by Esther D. Reed. (Church Times, London)

Martyn Percy reviews To Trust and to Love: Sermons and Addresses, by Michael Mayne, edited by Joel W. Huffstetler. (Church Times, London)

Colm Tóibín reviews The Pope Is Not Gay, by Angelo Quattrocchi. (London Review of Books)

England
Parishes
Brierley Hill Team (Worcester)
Little Malvern Priory (Worcester)
Middlesbrough, All Saints (York)
Pershore Abbey (Worcester)

Stoke Hill, St Peter (Guildford) [Local Ecumenical Partnership]
Worcester, St Mark (Worcester)

Episcopal Elections
The Diocese of Western Missouri has announced the names of three nominees for its next bishop. More information about them, and about the episcopal election scheduled for 5-6 November 2010, can be found here.

Letters to Anglicans Online
Have a read. Write a letter of your own to us for possible publication.

News Centre
Church Times report on Australian Tribunal ruling against Sydney. Astronomical clock no longer wound by hand. Burundi at 75. Kiswahili commentary released. Igloo cathedral being rebuilt. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

Not in the Communion
The True Anglican Communion: 'the true international communion of churches in the Anglican tradition. We believe and follow the WHOLE Bible. All who pick and choose their biblical texts are apostate and bigoted. This is an association of churches in full communion with its principal primate, the true Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Reverend and Right Honourable Phineas Angus Rody'.

South Africa
Schools and Education
St Peter's Schools. Boys' preparatory school, girls' preparatory school, and college in the Diocese of Johannesburg.

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USA
Parishes
Illinois: Lake Villa, Church of the Holy Family (Chicago)
New Jersey: Barnegat Light, St Peter (New Jersey)
New Jersey: Brick, St Raphael (New Jersey)
New Jersey: Gibbsboro, St John in the Wilderness (New Jersey)
Oklahoma: Ardmore, St Philip (Oklahoma)

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.
Seeking a position? Check our Vacancies Centre as well as scan vacancy pages on diocesan web sites throughout the communion.

Worth Noting
Here Am I, Send Me: The Story of Jonathan Daniels: 'This is the story of a young Episcopalian priest [Jonathan Myrick Daniels] who heard the call to serve in one of the most dangerous social upheavals in American history, and gave his life for it.'

A tweeted synod: The 15th General Synod of the Anglican Church of Australia, to be held in Melbourne from 18-23 September 2010, will be tweeted.


Week of 15 August 2010

Africa
Dioceses
Tanzania: Diocese of Kiteto - http://kiteto.anglican.org

Tanzania: Diocese of Western Tanganyika - http://westerntanganyika.anglican.org
Uganda: Diocese of Muhabura - http://muhabura.anglican.org

Australia
Parishes
Victoria: Northcote, All Saints (Melbourne)

Book Reviews from the Church Times
Edward Dowler reviews Worship-Shaped Life: Liturgical Formation and the People of God, edited by Ruth Meyers and Paul Gibson.

Robert Mackley reviews Signs of Life: Forty Catholic Customs and Their Biblical Roots, by Scott Hahn.

Nicholas Sagovsky reviews Sun of Righteousness, Arise! God's Future for Humanity and the Earth, by Jürgen Moltmann.

England
Parishes
Holywell-cum-Needingworth, St John the Baptist (Ely)

Letters to Anglicans Online
Have a read. Write a letter of your own to us for possible publication.

News Centre
Atheist author finds bishops in agreement. Jesus drank ale, not red wine, it's said. Australian tribunal rejects Sydney's lay presidency. Old computer finds new life in bell tower. Public outrage at return of Pennsylvania bishop. New constitution for Anglican Consultative Council. Watching the Pope visit a protestant country. Bees denied communion in Norfolk belltower. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

Not in the Communion
Anglican Church of India: 'autonomous Church body having it's [sic] nine Bishops in valid apostolic succession. It has good relations to other Traditional Anglican denominations who continued in valid apostolic succession. The Anglican Church of India is affiliated to the Worldwide Traditional Anglican Communion of about 42 Anglican Churches.'

The Protestant Episcopal Church, USA: Based in St Augustine, Florida. 'declares itself to be part of the One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church. We declare ourselves to be Anglican inasmuch as we maintain with the universal Church the witness of the English Reformation as established in the Republic of the United States of America in 1789.' Its bishop and its parish church also have websites.

Religious Orders
Little Company of the Good Shepherd. 'A community based in the parish of St James the Great, East St Kilda in Melbourne (Australia). We are an alternative religious community accessible to those who live and work in the world in contrast to those who live in the cloister.'

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USA
Parishes
Nevada: Bullhead City, Church of the Holy Spirit (Nevada)

Vacancies Centre
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World
Dioceses
Pakistan: Diocese of Lahore - http://lahore.anglican.org

Worth Noting
The Slow, Whining Death of British Christianity (not our title): Johann Hari writes for the Huffington Post and GQ (UK). 'We can't stop this hysterical toy-tossing stop us from turning our country into a secular democracy where everyone has the same rights, and nobody is granted special rights just because they claim their ideas come from an invisible supernatural being.'

Wren's tall tower in Twickenham: 'More city churches were demolished in peacetime than were bombed by the Luftwaffe.' Christopher Howse writes in the Telegraph.

 

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