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This page last updated 7 July 2013  

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Week of 7 July 2013

Brisbane Anglican NCD Project. 'Since July 2009, parishes in our Diocese have been joining this project, which aims to help them improve the quality and growth potential of their congregations. We now have 45% of our Diocese enrolled in this process.'

Book of Common Prayer
The People's Book of the Holy Eucharist (1914). AO Editor Richard Mammana has digitized this eucharistic manual adapted by Bernard Iddings Bell (1886-1958) for use in the Diocese of Fond du Lac.

Calgary Anglican Youth

Church History
The Thomas Haweis Collection. The digital collection hosted by the Bridwell Library is focused on 198 pieces of manuscript correspondence by Thomas Haweis (1734-1820), a major evangelical leader in the Church of England.

Arcinonium Benefice (Hereford)
Ashton upon Mersey, St Martin (Chester)
Yockleton, Holy Trinity Church (Hereford)

England: London, 15 July 2013-1 March 2014: Spreading the Word: Bishops from across the Globe
From the National Portrait Gallery: 'This display presents a selection of works from a collection of portraits of Anglican bishops that was donated to the National Portrait Gallery by the Corporation of Church House in 1949.'

St Stephen's School, Kolkata. Managed by the Barrackpore Diocesan Education Society, Church of North India. Coeducational, founded in 1971.

Portadown, St Columba (Armagh)

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News Centre
Okoh defends capital punishment. Bats and churches. Canada has new diocese. First Hmong priest ordained in Minnesota. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

Not in the Communion
Diocese of the Mid-Atlantic, Anglican Church in North America.

South Africa
Port Elizabeth (Newton Park), St Hugh (Ibhayi-Port Elizabeth)

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Delaware: Wilmington, Trinity Parish (Delaware)

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Australia: Parish of Dorrigo (Grafton) Rector

Worth Noting
The Civil War, Church, and State: Worth E. Norman, Jr. writes for The Living Church (Milwaukee) on the ecclesiastical dimensions of the American Civil War.

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