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Week of 3 April 2011

Australia
Parishes
Western Australia: Belmont (Cloverdale), All Saints (Perth)
Western Australia: Cottesloe, St Philip (Perth)

Western Australia: Dianella, All Saints (Perth)

Resources
Parishes and Other Mission Agencies Commission. 'Helping Brisbane Anglican parishes and mission agencies to increase their effectiveness, plan strategically and develop new ministries.'

Book of Common Prayer
Ibuku R?a Thara (1949). Portions of the Book of Common Prayer in Gikuyu/Kikuyu, a major language of Kenya, are now available online.

Kamba Fule Kpoloe (1937). AO Editor Richard Mammana has digitized this translation of parts of the Book of Common Prayer into Vai, a language used in Liberia and Sierra Leone. It was translated by Alan Russell Bragg and uses a modified Roman orthography rather than the Vai Syllabary.

Canada
Parishes
Ontario: Nipigon, St Mary (Algoma)

Church Times Book Reviews
David Stancliffe reviews two books: Living and Loving the Mystery: Exploring Christian Worship, by Duncan B. Forrester; and We Have Seen His Glory: A Vision of Kingdom Worship, by Ben Witherington III.

Richard Cross reviews Some Later Medieval Theories of the Eucharist: Thomas Aquinas, Giles of Rome, Duns Scotus, and William Ockham, by Marilyn McCord Adams.

David Martin reviews The Passing of Protestant England: Secularisation and Social Change, c.1920-1960, by S. J. D. Green.

England
Parishes
Earlsfield, St John the Divine (Southwark)
Horley Group [St Bartholomew; St Francis; St Wilfrid] (Southwark)
Lingfield, St Peter and St Paul (Southwark)
Warlingham, All Saints (Southwark)
West Wickham, St Francis (Southwark)

Resources
The Lydia Trust. provides 'a support system, both practical and prayerful, for clergy, accredited church workers and their spouses throughout the Truro diocese'.

Episcopal Elections
The Diocese of Alabama will announce a slate of nominees on 25 April 2011. Read more about the work of this diocese's search/nomination and transition committees here.

The Episcopal Diocese of Washington has announced the names of nominees for its next bishop. An electing convention is schedule for 18 June 2011. Read all about it here.

Ireland
Parishes
Acton and Drumbanagher Group (Armagh)

Dundalk Group (Armagh)
Tandragee, St Mark (Armagh) [MIDI attack]
Tartaraghan, St Paul (Armagh)

Letters to Anglicans Online
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News Centre
From pop star to pulpit. Singapore's new autism centre. Church attendance = middle-aged spread? Auckland Castle paintings saved. US Bishops' meeting ends. Manchester Cathedral to host 'new age' festival. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

South Africa
Parishes
Sunninghill, St Stephen (Johannesburg)

Schools and Education
St Andrew's School for Girls: Bedfordview, Johannesburg. 'A top independent, girls-only private school and co-educational preschool.'

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USA
Parishes
Ohio: Ashland, St Matthew (Ohio)

Resources
The Episcopal Foundation of Wyoming. 'The objective of the Episcopal Foundation of Wyoming grants (EFWY grants) is to enhance the outreach ministries of the Episcopal congregations in the Diocese by providing financial support through seed money for new and existing programs for the support the implementation of the Diocesan Mission.'

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.

England: Northanger Benefice (Winchester) Assistant Priest - House for Duty

World
Parishes
India: Delhi, Immanuel Church (Delhi)
India: Delhi Cantonment, St Martin (Delhi)
South Korea: Ulsan, St Anne (Pusan)

Worth Noting
The Book of Books: An interview in the Telegraph (UK) with author Melvyn Bragg who found refuge from a tragedy in his past by writing a book to mark the 400th anniversary of the King James Bible. It has had a huge influence on the world of ideas and on him.

Recovering Refreshment Sunday: Maggi Dawn writes for Ekklesia.co.uk.


Week of 27 March 2011

Australia
Parishes
Western Australia: Armadale, St Matthew (Perth)

Western Australia: Bicton, St Christopher (Perth)
Western Australia: Bull Creek-Leeming, All Saints (Perth)
Western Australia: Canning, St Michael and All Angels (Perth)
Western Australia: Claremont, Christ Church (Perth)
Western Australia: Dalkeith, St Lawrence (Perth)
Western Australia: Roleystone, St Christopher (Perth)

Book of Common Prayer
Minamato Yamangwanani na Mahuro (1898). Morning and Evening Prayer in Shona are now available online.

Kitap Kwakwaset. Portions of the Book of Common Prayer in Bari are now available online.

Buk Ngr Nzangiongr (2000). The Book of Worship in Natqgu, used in the Diocese of Temotu in the Solomon Islands, is now available online. (In this language, c, q, r, x, and z are vowels.)

Palona Haalu Ana Nau Maai Sa'a (1979). A Liturgy for Melanesia is now available online in Sa’a, an Austronesian language spoken in the Diocese of Malaita.

Church History
The Keys of Heaven: Charles Marson. Charles Latimer Marson (1859-1914) was a pioneering Anglican social reformer. In 2010, David Sutcliffe published the first major biography of Marson, drawing on a wealth of newly-discovered manuscript material.

England
Parishes
Addington, St Mary (Southwark)
Chipstead, St Margaret (Southwark)
Coulsdon, St Andrew (Southwark)
Kempston, All Saints (St Albans)
Malden, St James (Southwark)
Norbiton, St Peter (Southwark)
Wandsworth, St Anne (Southwark)

Events
Canada: Nova Scotia, Halifax, 26-29 June 2011: The Atlantic Theological Conference
'Founded in 1981, the Atlantic Theological Conference brings together people from all walks of life to hear papers and participate in discussions on issues of enduring theological importance. This year's Conference will explore the subject "Recognizing the ancient sacred in the modern secular". Conference sessions will take place at King's College on Coburg Road. Worship services will be at King's College Chapel, and at St. George's (Round) Church.'

Letters to Anglicans Online
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News Centre
Standing committee meets. Zimbabwe's Anglicans worshipping in pubs. Church windows find home in art museum. Liverpool cathedral holds club dance night. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

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USA
Parishes
Michigan: Mt Pleasant, St John (Western Michigan)
Texas: Houston, St Barnabas (Texas)
Wisconsin: Antigo, St Ambrose (Fond du Lac)
Wisconsin: Fish Creek, Church of the Atonement (Fond du Lac)
Wisconsin: Oshkosh, Trinity Church (Fond du Lac)
Wisconsin: Shawano, St John (Fond du Lac)
Wisconsin: Sheboygan Falls, St Peter (Fond du Lac)
Wisconsin: Sister Bay, St Luke (Fond du Lac)
Wisconsin: Suamico, St Paul (Fond du Lac)
Wisconsin: Waupaca, St Mark (Fond du Lac)

World
Parishes
India: Visakhapatnam, St John and St Paul (Krishna Godavari)

Worth Noting
Domus Birretarum: 'an endeavour of love and for entertainment rather than a deeply serious endeavour. We are merely enthusiasts and creators of clerical headgear, usually the more outlandish and unusual the better. We also aim to provide our efforts gratis for those who genuinely cannot afford them, at home or abroad. For those who can afford to pay, we can produce bespoke birettas for the price of materials and a suggested (but optional) amount to keep us going.'

Irish voices on the Covenant: 'The SEARCH Colloquium on "The Proposed Anglican Covenant - a step forward of a step too far?" took place in TCD on Saturday March 12th and has been judged a great success. Over 50 people attended the Thomas Davis Theatre to hear speakers from England, Wales and Ireland (both North and South) consider the decision on our response to the Covenant to be made at the General Synod in Armagh in May.'

'On the second Sunday of Lent, our magnificent English oak collapsed': In Country Life, Carla Carlisle reflects on permanence, anxiety, and whistling in the dark.

A rose by any other name: The Revd Canon Gordon Baker writes a guest reflection in the Anglican Journal: Is it time for a name change from the Anglican Church of Canada to the Episcopal Church of Canada?


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