of 17 October 2010
Nigeria: Anglican Clergy Children's Fellowship
Friends of the Ordinariate. 'We are Anglicans in the UK who are members of The Church of England - The Church in Wales The Scottish Episcopal Church - The Church of Ireland and we invite you to join with us as Friends of the Ordinariate in order to signify your interest in the Apostolic Constitution Anglicanorum Coetibus.' Canadian Friends of the Ordinariate also have a website. [Since there has been as yet no establishment of an ordinariate for Anglican converts to Roman Catholicism, we are not sure how the ordinariate can have friends, but we're always in favour of people being friends.]
New South Wales: South Bathurst, St Barnabas (Bathurst)
Western Australia: Wanneroo, St Peter (Perth)
Schools and Education
Ministry Education Commission, Anglican Diocese of Brisbane
Book of Common Prayer
Lyver Pysadow Kemyn (1980). Portions of the Book of Common Prayer in Cornish have been digitised by AO Editor Richard Mammana, and posted online by Charles Wohlers.
Geoffrey Rowell reviews SCM Study Guide: Anglicanism, by Stephen Spencer.
Lavinia Byrne reviews Gateway to Resurrection, by Maria Boulding, OSB.
Ontario: Etobicoke, St Philip (Toronto)
Ontario: Kirkland Lake, St Peter on the Rock (Moosonee)
Ontario: Linked Parishes of Eastern Kenogami (Moosonee)
Ontario: Toronto, St Barnabas (Toronto)
Schools and Education
Centre for Lay Education. 'exists to promote Christian adult education amongst the laity of the Diocese of Montreal'.
Bakewell, All Saints (Derby)
Gravesham, All Saints, Perry Street (Rochester)
Lewes, St Anne, St Michael and St Thomas at Cliffe with All Saints (Chichester)
Runcorn, St Michael and All Angels (Chester)
LGBT Anglican Coalition. 'here to provide UK-based Christian LGBT organisations with opportunities to create resources for the Anglican community and to develop a shared voice for the full acceptance of LGBT people in the Anglican Communion. The Coalition members are: Accepting Evangelicals, Changing Attitude, The Clergy Consultation, Courage, The Evangelical Fellowship for Lesbian and Gay Christians, Inclusive Church, The Lesbian and Gay Christian Movement, The Sibyls.'
Germany: Augsburg, St Boniface (Convocation of Episcopal Churches in Europe)
Germany: Nuremberg, St James the Less (Convocation of Episcopal Churches in Europe)
USA: New York City, 19-21 January 2011: Reading Scripture through Other Eyes
Trinity Institute's 41st National Theological Conference with an international panel of distinguished speakers.
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Claiming the ABC in Kerala. Pastor suspected of for-profit ritual killing.
Southern Cone archbishop disciplined. Dispute over Sacred Heart. Chile miners
rescued. Sydney synod defies tribunal. South Carolina take steps towards
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Connecticut: Norwalk, Grace Church (Connecticut)
Louisiana: Hammond, Grace Memorial Church (Louisiana)
Louisiana: Ponchatoula, All Saints (Louisiana)
New York: Buffalo, St John's Grace (Western New York)
Oregon: Woodburn, St Mary (Oregon)
Anglican Health Service, Papua New Guinea. 'The mission of the Anglican Church Health Service is to improve the physical, psychological, social and spiritual health and wellbeing of everyone in the communities we serve, irrespective of religious denomination; clan; status; age; gender; or ability to pay, and thus reduce the distress and suffering associated with the current high levels of morbidity and mortality.'
Faithful locally, prayerful globally: Ugandan-born Canon Benjamin B. Twinamaani, who serves as rector of an Episcopal church in Florida, writes in The Living Church (Milwaukee) on Anglican triangulation. 'This is what we need in the Anglican Communion today: a moratorium on Global South participation in the triangulation dynamics of American Anglican disorder.'
Eliza Griswold on the Muslim-Christian Divide. Religion & Ethics Newsweekly featured this interview with a thoughtful commentator on world religion. 'Griswold spent the past seven years reporting from what she considers perhaps the biggest faith-based fault line in the world—the tenth parallel, the line of latitude 700 miles north of the equator in Africa and Asia.'
Liturgy and society. Alan Wilson continues his BCP series in The Guardian. 'The BCP is defined far more by liturgical statements than dogmatic formularies, offering a distinctive concept of uniformity.'
Michael Lassen RIP: The Economist (London) carries this fine obituary note on stained-glass artist Michael Lassen, who died on 8 September, aged 61.