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Week of 12 March 2017

Lenten Resources
Anglican-Lutheran International Coordinating Committee Lenten Reflections: 'On the occasion of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation, the Anglican-Lutheran International Coordinating Committee has compiled a collection of Lenten reflections to commemorate the anniversary. The text can be used by small groups or individual, as a Lenten reading or as a resource for the weeks between Easter and Trinity Sunday. We are sharing these reflections daily during Lent, hoping that our common experience of God's grace may draw our two families of churches closer together in this extraordinary year, and be used beyond 2017 and actually at any time.'

St Matthew's, Westminster Lenten Readings: available as a podcast.

Australia
Schools and Education
St Andrew's Anglican College. Peregian Springs, Queensland.

England
Parishes
Hellingly and Upper Dicker (Chichester)
Lamorbey, Holy Trinity Church (Rochester)

Events
England: London, 27 June 2017: Annual Meeting of the Friends of Lambeth Palace Library
'This meeting, open to Friends of Lambeth Palace Library, will be followed by tea. Friends should book in advance with Juliette Boyd, Lambeth Palace Library, (juliette.boyd@churchofengland.org) not later than 31 May 2017.'

Ireland
Parishes
Ballynure and Ballyclare (Connor)

Japan
Parishes
Momoyama, Christ Church (Kyoto)

Letters to Anglicans Online
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News Centre
Pockets of Anglican child abuse shame. Sudan named as new 39th Province of the Anglican Communion The clergy who were told to step off the ladder. Bishop appointed to Sheffield turns down the offer. Anglican primates of Oceania speak out on climate change. Provisional bishop in San Joachin voted diocesan in uncontested election. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

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USA
Parishes
Oregon: Madras, St Mark (Eastern Oregon)

Vacancies Centre
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Worth Noting
How to run a perfect PCC: Mark Tanner writes for The Church Times (London).

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Week of 5 March 2017

Lenten Resources
Reflections on Social Justice for the Lenten Season [PDF]: From the Episcopal Networks Collaborative.

Australia
Parishes
New South Wales: Lower Blue Mountains Parish (Sydney)

England
Parishes
Brompton, St Thomas (York)

Events
England: 19-22 July 2017: Southern Cathedrals Festival
'The Festival offers a unique opportunity to enjoy music and to take part in worship within the setting of three magnificent cathedrals.'

Ireland
Parishes
Drummaul, Duneane and Ballyscullion Group (Connor)
Glenavy Parish (Connor)
Kilbride, St Bride (Connor)
Kilconriola and Ballyclug (Connor)

Letters to Anglicans Online
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News Centre
Conflict continues about new Bishop of Sheffield. Pope Francis plans joint visit with Archbishop Justin to South Sudan. English vicar faces official complaint for children's furniture in 12th-century church. Former US Episcopal Diocese of South Carolina to join ACNA. Deposed Tanzanian bishop withdraws civil suit against his accusers. Anglican church in Israel reopened after 80 years. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

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USA
Parishes
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South Dakota: Mitchell, St Mary (South Dakota)

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