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Week of 19 June 2011

Africa
Dioceses
Nigeria: Diocese of Afikpo - http://afikpo.anglican.org
Nigeria: Diocese of Ibadan North - http://ibadannorth.anglican.org
Nigeria: Diocese of Ilesa - http://ilesa.anglican.org
Nigeria: Diocese of Oleh - http://oleh.anglican.org

Book of Common Prayer
Kulomba Kwikumutikinyi (1907). AO Editor Richard Mammana has digitized portions of the Book of Common Prayer in Masaba, a Bantu language.

Gã Solemõ Wolo (1957). Charles Wohlers has digitized portions of the Book of Common Prayer in Ga, a Niger-Congo language.

Canada
Parishes
Alberta: Strathmore, St Michael and All Angels (Calgary)

Church Times Book Reviews
Michael Doe reviews Christianities in Asia, edited by Peter C. Phan.

Lawrence Braschi reviews Redeemed by Fire: The Rise of Popular Christianity in Modern China, by Lian Xi.

Jonathan Ewer reviews New Monasticism as Fresh Expressions of Church, edited by Graham Cray, Ian Mobsby, and Aaron Kennedy.

David Atkinson reviews The Christian Moral Life: Faithful Discipleship for a Global Society, by Patricia Lamoureux and Paul J. Wadell.

England
Parishes
Berkhamstead, All Saints (St Albans)

Bourne End, St John (St Albans)
Great Berkhamstead, St Peter (St Albans)
Hemel Hempstead, St Mary (St Albans)

Resources
Going for Growth. 'We want ministry with children and young people to grow - and we hope this Going for Growth website will help that to happen!'

Events
England: Westminster, 30 June 2011: Thy Kingdom Come! Prayer and Mission in the building of The Kingdom
Affirming Catholicism Day Conference. 'Our keynote speakers are key thinkers and actors in the life of the church at the moment, bringing a diverse range of perspectives to bear on the subject of our discussions: the Rt Revd Trevor Musanda Mwamba, Bishop of Botswana, the well-known writer of prayer and poetry, Janet Morley, Canon Patrick Comerford, Director of Spiritual Formation in the Church of Ireland, and the Rt Revd William Mchombo, Bishop of Eastern Zambia.'

Letters to Anglicans Online
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New Zealand
Dioceses
Diocese of Polynesia - http://polynesia.anglican.org

News Centre
On gay bishops and the Church of England. New bishop for Washington DC. Archbishops of Canterbury found to be 'political'. Canada releases WG report on Anglican Covenant. NZ cathedrals may be demolished. Egyptian Christians reject draft law. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

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USA
Parishes
New Mexico: Grants/Milan, All Saints (Rio Grande)

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.

Australia: Lower Macleay (Grafton) Rector

World
Dioceses
India: Diocese of Nasik - http://nasik.anglican.org
Philippines: Diocese of Santiago - http://santiago.anglican.org


Week of 12 June 2011

Canada
Parishes
Alberta: Blairmore, Grace Anglican United Church (Calgary)
Alberta: Rimbley, Church of the Epiphany (Calgary)

Church Times Book Reviews
Peggy Woodford reviews Desert Wells, by Alice Bates.

William Whyte reviews The Eighteenth-Century Church in Britain, by Terry Friedman.

Edward Dowler reviews At Heaven's Gate: Reflections on Leading Worship, by Richard Giles.

England
Parishes
Cinderford with Littledean [St Ethelbert, Littledean; St John, Cinderford and St Stephen, Cinderford] (Gloucester)

Resources
Church Communications Training. 'Do you want to improve your church’s communications? These courses are a good place to start. Our bespoke training days contain lots of tips and ideas that you will be able to apply in your church setting.'

Europe
Parishes
Greece: The Anglican Church in Crete (Diocese in Europe)

Events
USA: Wisconsin, Fond du Lac, 27 August 2011: Feast of Blessed Charles Chapman Grafton
'The Commemoration of Blessed Charles Chapman Grafton is observed as a local Feast Day in the Diocese of Fond du Lac as established by the Rt. Rev. Russell E. Jacobus, Seventh Bishop of Fond du Lac. The Feast Day is August 30th, although the Commemoration liturgy may be translated to another day.'

Letters to Anglicans Online
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New Zealand
Parishes
Mount Eden, St Barnabas (Auckland)

Education
Te Whare Wananga o Te Pihopatanga o Aotearoa - Mihingare. 'Education and Ministry Training from the Maori Anglican Church will fulfill the Te Pihopatanga o Aotearoa’s mission to empower and equip Hui Amorangi by encouraging high quality education, training, and research that maintains and advances Karaitianga through Matauranga Maori.'

News Centre
New Bishop for Ballarat. Masvingo update on thuggery Zimbabwe-style. Dioceses ordain first women priests. Church like an optical-fibre lamp. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

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USA
Parishes
Alabama: Boligee, St Mark (Alabama)
Texas: Fort Stockton, St Stephen (Rio Grande)

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.

Canada: Diocese of Montreal (Montreal) Diocesan Youth Ministry Officer

World
Resources
India: CSI Rehabilitation Centre. 'The aims and objectives of the centre is to offer appropriate services both in community based and campus centered settings for education, vocational training, resettlement and rehabilitation of disabled children and adults in Kodaikanal hills area.'

South Korea: Namyangju, Shalom House: Anglican ministry to migrant workers

Worth Noting
Anglican Covenant Study Guide. 'The Anglican Church of Canada has released a study guide to help parishes and dioceses consider the Anglican Covenant, a document that, if adopted, would define the relations among the provinces of the Anglican Communion. The material was prepared by the Anglican Communion Working Group, chaired by Bishop George Bruce.

Living Legacy. 'Holy Trinity Cathedral is quiet save for the shuffle of shoes and clicking of tourists' cameras. Allan Davidson stands beneath the soaring pillars of the chancel and describes how the Parnell landmark's architecture reflects church history.' From The Aucklander.

Orwell vs God: A very Christian atheist. In The Spectator, Robert Gray examines how, in Orwell's view, 'Christianity was at once necessary and unbelievable . . . Yet, like many English public schoolboys afflicted by religious doubt, Orwell retained a weak and wavering affection for Anglicanism. At his prep school, he recalled, he had believed in God, even while hating Jesus; after all, he had been directed "to be at once a Christian and a social success, which is impossible"'.

Turbulent Priests? The Archbishop of Canterbury in Contemporary English Politics, by Daniel Gover: 'Covering issues as wide ranging as asylum, criminal justice, military conflict and church schools, the report seeks to answer the question: does the Archbishop of Canterbury contribute a moral voice in support of the common good that is much needed in contemporary British politics?' From Theos.


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