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Week of 7 June 2015

Associations
Anglican International Development: '(AID) works to relieve poverty, ill-health and all types of suffering in developing countries through long-term, sustainable solutions which empower and enable citizens.'

Australia
Parishes
Western Australia: Mirrabooka, St Paul (Perth)

Western Australia: Victoria Park, St Peter (Perth)
Western Australia: Wembley, St Edmund (Perth)

Canada
Parishes
Nova Scotia: Canso Peninsula, Parish of All Saints by the Sea (Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island)

England
Parishes
Boughton Monchelsea, St Peter (Canterbury)
Chartham, St Mary (Canterbury)
Goudhurts and Kilndown Churches (Canterbury)
Len Valley Benefice (Canterbury)

Events
UK: Disability Sunday, 5 July 2015: 'a day for UK churches and fellowships to focus on celebrating the abilities of disabled people.' Sponsored by Churches for All. Downloadable resource pack available.

Letters to Anglicans Online
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News Centre
New Bishop for Montreal. UK survey shows decline in C of E. Innovative use of church buildings. Digital Evangelism. Cook's trial postponed. Church in Brazil celebrated 125 years. WCC conference on DRC. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

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USA
Parishes
Iowa: Newton, St Stephen (Iowa)

Vacancies Centre
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Worth Noting
God - he or she? 'How to refer to God - male, female, both or neither - has become a hot topic in the media in the last few days, as the long list below testifies.' A roundup from Thinking Anglicans.

Why we are all wrong about church decline: The Revd Erik Parker writes as The Millennial Pastor.

Multiculturism or 'mutual belonging': The Rt Revd Michael Nazir-Ali considers declining numbers in the Church of England and rising numbers in other faiths in Britain. In the Telegraph.

Dear Deans - a Scottish Response: The Very Revd Kelvin Holdsworth responds to a widely-circulated criticism of the lack of preaching at worship services in English cathedrals.


Week of 31 May 2015

Australia
Schools and Education
Mamre Anglican School. Kemps Creek, New South Wales.

England
Resources
GraveTalk: 'resources for a café space in which churches provide a relaxed environment for people to explore questions about death and dying, funerals and loss'. See also Church of England Funerals.

Episcopal Elections
The Diocese of Eastern Oregon has announced a search for its next bishop; read more here.

Events
South Korea: Seoul, 30 September-5 October 2015: Episcopal Asiamerican Ministries Consultation
'Registration is encouraged for clergy and lay from the Episcopal Asiamerican Ministries Convocations (Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Filipino, South Asian and Southeast Asian parishes and missions), the churches in the Anglican Communion; and those in communion with the Episcopal Church including the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA), the Moravian Church and Iglesia Filipina Independiente.'

Letters to Anglicans Online
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News Centre
Bishop of Guyana dies after surgery. Namugongo church to bottle safe water. English vicar refuses to baptize infant with unmarried parents. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

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USA
Schools and Education
St Francis Episcopal School, Temple, Texas. Opened in 1971.

Vacancies Centre
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New Zealand: Director (Auckland) Vaughan Park Anglican Retreat and Conference Centre

Worth Noting
The Truth of the Gospel, the Gospel of 'Truthiness' and the Future of the Anglican Communion: Christopher Brittain, writing for the Australian Broadcasting Company, looks at the 'power struggle over the authority to adjudicate the "truth of the Gospel"' and media spin on issues facing the Anglican Communion.

What difference will women bishops make? Quite a lot...: A recent Westminister Faith Debate asked the above question of US Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori and C of E vicar and tv personality Kate Bottley were among the speakers. Contributing Editor Ruth Gledhill writes in Christian Today an analysis of this discussion about the impact that women bishops will have on the Church of England and the wider world.

 


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