|Letters from the week of 15 — 21 August 2016
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An AO reader pines for up to date news
I like to regularly visit Anglicans Online and I often spend a few minutes clicking on the new sites noted each week and especially the links to parishes. Invariably there is a definite similarity, or 'feel', between them all. Another sense of being Anglican? The only negative comment I would make is that more often than not the parish site which comes on screen is out of date, often by a long way! As you would expect there is a huge variety of web sites in both content, colour, size and image - showing the huge potential for using this media as a way of proclaiming the good news. Please though, can we have up to date news!
Canon Lindsay Dew
Dunton, Eyeworth & Wrestlingworth
Ashwell, Hertfordshire, UK
15 August 2016
Ed.: While we strive to keep our parish listings up to date, there are many of them, and we (alas) have no say in how parishes decide to set up their websites! But if any readers know of updated websites or new parish listings, we'd love for them to use our form to tell us about those changes.
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