of 26 February 2017
The Diocese of Leeds has an excellent roundup of online resources for Lent.
Returning Home: Christian Faith in Encounter with Other Faiths. Lent course for 2017 from Churches together in Britain and Ireland.
Queensland: Parish of Allora/Clifton (Brisbane)
New Brunswick: Hammond River, Holy Trinity Church (Fredericton)
Mowbray Deanery (York)
England: Woodland Grange, Stoneleigh, 7-9 June 2017: Taking Funerals Seriously
'The Church of England's bi-annual conference around funeral ministry returns, with a wider look at death, grief and funerals, and fresh perspectives on cultural change around funerals, including trends from other countries which are finding their way to the UK.'
Delhi Malayalam Congregation (Delhi)
Annaghmore, St Francis (Armagh)
Kobe, St Peter (Kobe)
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Southern Coastal Deanery (Dunedin)
Francis becomes 1st pope to visit an Anglican church in Rome. Opponent of female priests urged to decline bishop of Sheffield post. Anglican ministers in Ottawa learn how to use naloxone kits. Is the altar also a wardrobe? Lions and witches? Worry over fundraising targets for NZ cathedral restoration. All this, and more, in the News Centre.
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West Virginia: Hansford, Church of the Good Shepherd (West Virginia)
Trail of Souls: 'offers a chance to visit the Episcopal Churches of Maryland and witness them in a new light - looking at the legacy of slavery and the impact it still bears witness to today. As more churches discover and write their history they will be added to the web portal.'
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Banns of marriage: David Pocklington and Frank Cranmer write for Law and Religion UK.
How smart phones and social media are changing Christianity: Chris Stokel-Walker writes for the BBC.
Scott Gunn on church websites: part one and part two and part three.