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Week of 21 November 2010

Schools and Education
Namibia: St George's Diocesan School. Windhoek. College and Prep divisions.

Western Australia: Preston Ministry District (Bunbury)

Book of Common Prayer
Nihon Seikokwai Kitosho Kyushu Kosei 1915 Nen Kaitei Zoho. This 1916 publication of the Anglican Church in Japan presents the 1915 NSKK liturgy in romanisation for use by missionary clergy unfamiliar with Japanese writing systems.

Book Reviews
Robin Gill reviews Christian Ethics in a Technological Age, by Brian Brock.

William Whyte reviews William White: Pioneer Victorian Architect, by Gill Hunter.

Martyn Halsall reviews Lovesongs and Reproaches: Passionate Conversations with God, by L. William Countryman.

Ontario: Weston, St John (Toronto)

Church History
An Index for the Spirit of Missions. The Spirit of Missions was a monthly periodical published by the US Episcopal Church from 1836 to 1940. Project Canterbury now hosts a digitised version of the published index for its issues from 1836-1900.

Newcastle upon Tyne, Christ Church (Newcastle)
Newcastle upon Tyne, St Luke (Newcastle)
Soundwell, St Stephen (Bristol)

Tynemouth, Holy Saviour (Newcastle)

Bishop Pierre Whalon ponders the question of a covenant for the Anglican Communion in his new essay 'Covet a Covenant?'

USA: South Carolina, Greenville, 19-23 June 2011: Association of Anglican Musicians Conference
This upcoming conference's theme is 'celebrating the poetic beauty and imagery of the psalms'.

In Full Communion
Union of Utrecht of the Old Catholic Churches: Anglicans and Old Catholics have been in full communion since the 1931 Bonn Agreement. This site in German and English provides a wealth of news and information about this worldwide communion.

Letters to Anglicans Online
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News Centre
Church historian elected bishop of Western New York. 50 priests to leave C of E over women bishops. Church bats. Uruguay looking for a new home. More bullying in Zimbabwe. BC Court of Appeal upholds property decision. Three priests dismissed in Nigeria. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

Not in the Communion
Igreja Anglicana Independente: Site in Portuguese, church based in Brazil.

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Montana: Butte, St John (Montana)
New Hampshire: Claremont, Union Episcopal Church (New Hampshire)
Ohio: Columbus, St Cyprian of Carthage (Southern Ohio)
Ohio: Lincoln Heights, St Simon of Cyrene (Southern Ohio)
Ohio: Nelsonville, Church of the Epiphany (Southern Ohio)

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: Summer Seminarian Program (North Dakota)
The Diocese of North Dakota is seeking two Episcopal seminarians to participate in its summer internship program.

Schools and Education
India: Christ Church Diocesan School, Patna, Bihar. For boys and girls.

Worth Noting
Christ as the Ultimate Offering: This fine article by Dennis Raverty from The Living Church (Milwaukee) is an extended reflection on the murals by Elliott Daingerfield (1859-1932) at St Mary the Virgin, Times Square.

The image of religion must change: Lord Blair of Boughton, the former Commissioner of the Metropolitan Police and a practising Anglican, delivered the 2010 Theos Annual Lecture this week in London.

Radio star: 'The Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams is in Rome, having been invited earlier in the year to be one of three speakers at a public conference in the Vatican to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the founding of the (then) Secretariat for Promoting Christian Unity.' This is a transcript of his interview with Vatican Radio.

Week of 14 November 2010

Uganda: Diocese of Ankole -

Victoria: South Croydon, Church of the New Guinea Martyrs (Melbourne)

Book of Common Prayer
The Book of Offices (1949). AO's Richard Mammana has digitised this successor to A Book of Offices (1914) and predecessor to the US Episcopal Church's current Book of Occasional Services.

Church Times Book Reviews
Peter Selby reviews Disciplining the Divine: Towards an (im)political Theology, by Paul Fletcher.

Jenny Francis reviews Pointers to Eternity, by Dewi Rees.

Raymond Chapman reviews From the Reformation to the Permissive Society: A Miscellany in Celebration of the 400th Anniversary of Lambeth Palace Library.

Amington, St Editha (Birmingham)
Bingley, Holy Trinity with St Wilfrid Gilstead (Bradford)
East Morton, St Luke (Bradford)
Elmdon Parish (Birmingham)
Harborne, St Peter (Birmingham)
Kingstanding, St Luke (Birmingham)
Knowle, St John the Baptist, Laurence and Anne (Birmingham)
Langley, St John (Birmingham)
North Warwick, All Souls (Birmingham)
Polesworth Abbey (Birmingham)
Quinton, St Paul and St Barnabas (Birmingham)
Sutton Coldfield, St Columba (Birmingham)
Warley Woods, St Hilda (Birmingham)

Episcopal Elections
The Standing Committee of the Episcopal Diocese of East Tennessee has announced a slate of nominees for that diocese's fourth bishop. An election is scheduled for 11-12 February 2011. More information is available here.

England: High Leigh, 12-15 July 2011: Can These Dry Bones Live? Reading the Bible Today
'In the year of the 400th anniversary of the publication of the King James Bible, this conference will focus on reading the Bible now in new and inspiring ways. It will explore how Christians are to be positive, faithful readers of the scriptures today.'

Letters to Anglicans Online
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News Centre
David Livingstone, look at Zambia now. An Episcopal fire truck. An Episcopal fire. Repurposing church property. Silent Night across Canada. Microfinance in Nigeria. Sticky Wickets. Consecration: New Coadjutor in Tamale. Election: New head of students' federation. Health microinsurance. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

South Africa
Schools and Education
St John's Diocesan School for Girls, Pietermaritzburg, KwaZulu-Natal
St Mary's Diocesan School for Girls, Kloof, KwaZulu-Natal
St Mary’s Diocesan School for Girls, Pretoria

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Michigan: Hastings, Emmanuel Church (Western Michigan)
Virginia: Franklin, Emmanuel Church (Southern Virginia)

Worth Noting
About Comments: 'discussions would be better, the level of debate would be higher, and we would be doing a little more to bring about the kingdom of God'. Sage counsel from Thinking Anglicans.

Parochial Report Membership and Attendance Totals: Numbers from 2009 connected with what people went to church in what places are now available from the US Episcopal Church. You can read these numbers for free.

And the streets shall be (un)paved with gold: 'By the next summer, the church ground will resemble its original natural state.'


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