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CPSA Advent reflections. 'Archbishop Thabo Makgoba is to broadcast a series of Advent reflections over the internet in the pilot programme of a planned audio ministry for the Church of the Province of South Africa.'
Sealed in the Spirit. Advent podcast series from the Anglican Church of Canada.
Kenya: Mothers' Mercy Home, Diocese of Mt Kenya South.
Blundellsands, St Nicholas (Liverpool)
'I am an organist at a small Lutheran church in Fort Worth, Texas (40 minutes west of Dallas). My family and I are seeking a organ/house swap this summer. Organ duties are very limited during the summer, often just Sunday mornings are required. I am a choir director, organist and pianist and we have a 3 bedroom home in the little town of Aledo and are looking for an adventure for as little as a week or as much as a month in July. If you fancy some time in Texas this summer and have an organ/choir position and a home we could trade for a spell, please contact me. We'd love to swap with someone in England, but even someplace close to our home would be a fun adventure. We'd entertain anything for the opportunity to travel and share music somewhere new for a time. I can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.'
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From soldier to priest to Moscow. Commemorative ocean journey in New Zealand.
Liverpool church's 'time capsule'.
Midweek attendance boom at cathedrals.
Obit: PD James.
New Diocese in the Province of West Africa. All this, and more, in the News Centre.
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Convocation of Anglicans in North America: 'a missionary juridicition [sic] of the Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion) and the Anglican Church in North America. From very humble beginnings, over 100 congregations are associated with CANA across 30 States and in Canada, over 435 chaplains and clergy, three missionary dioceses and the Deanery of the Armed Forces and Chaplaincy.'
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Living Reconciliation. 'a lively, engaging book that challenges the reader to think about how they actively live a life of reconciliation. It is jointly published by SPCK in the UK and Forward Movement in North America. The Foreword is by the Archbishop of Canterbury and in it he describes reconciliation as a hallmark of Anglicanism. He believes that ordinary Anglicans Living Reconciliation can transform our world. This is the book to inspire and inform all those who are ready to join this journey.'
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