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Week of 29 October 2017

Australia
Parishes
Queensland: Gold Coast South Parish (Brisbane)
Western Australia: Hamersley, Holy Cross Church (Perth)

England
Parishes
Didcot (Ladygrove), All Saints (Oxford)

Miscellaneous resources
Association of Diocesan Registry Clerks

Norwich Diocesan Registry

Peterborough Diocesan Registry

Europe
Parishes
France: Archdeaconry of France (Diocese in Europe)

Events
USA: New York City, 17 January 2018: Auden, the Psalms, and Me
J. Chester Johnson speaks at the General Theological Seminary.

Ireland
Parishes
Baltinglass Group (Cashel and Ossory)
Wexford and Kilscoran Union (Cashel and Ossory)

Japan
Parishes
Nagoya, St Matthew (Chubu)
Sanjo, St Mary (Chubu)

Letters to Anglicans Online
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News Centre
Sri Lankan congregation swaps old tea shed for new church. Rural Church of Ireland building destroyed by vandals. Nepal criminalizes Christian conversion. UK hospital hires atheist chaplain to minister to atheists. Diocese of Caledonia elects Arctic priest as new bishop. One quarter of Church of England congregations have no children. Church of England appoints new Director of Communications. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

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USA
Parishes
Tennessee: Nashville, St Anselm (Tennessee)

Schools and Education
Tennessee: St Peter's Episcopal School, Chattanooga

Vacancies Centre
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Worth Noting
Cooking with Barbara Pym: Valerie Stivers writes for The Paris Review.

From Captivity to Freedom: Asher Imtiaz's photo-essay on Yazidi refugees for The Living Church (Milwaukee).


Week of 22 October 2017

Africa
Parishes
Kenya: Ruaka, Christ the King (Mount Kenya South)

Australia
Parishes
Victoria: Ballarat Central, St Peter (Ballarat)
Victoria: Ballarat East (Bakery Hill), St Paul (Ballarat)
Victoria: Buningyong Anglican Church (Ballarat)

England
Parishes
Black Mountains Group (Hereford)

Events
England: Oxford, 9-11 July 2018: Totus Christus: Knowing and Loving the Son of Man
'The purpose of this conference will be to examine some of the many registers of the mystery of Christ, both historically and thematically. The title ‘the Son of Man’ also evokes the different aspects of the whole Christ: the humanity and divinity of Christ, his earthly ministry, his sacramental presence, and the eschatological consummation of his work. It is also a term of relationship, suggestive of both the relations constitutive of the life of the Holy Trinity, and also of the way that our knowing and loving the Son of Man is always an invitation to communion - with the Triune God, as the Body of Christ, and for the life of the world.'

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News Centre
Church of England to debate services for same-sex couples. New primate for Church of North India. Break-in at Anglican Church of Canada national office. UK school cuts ties with Christian group after parent complaints. Joint Communiqué from US Episcopal Church and United Methodist Church. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

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USA
Parishes
Kentucky: Corbin, St John (Lexington)
Kentucky: Morehead, St Alban (Lexington)

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Australia: Coffs Harbour (Grafton) Rector

Australia: Wauchope (Grafton) Rector

Wales
Parishes
Parish of Northop, Northop Hall and Sychdyn (St Asaph)

Worth Noting
On Luther and his lies: Noam E. Marans, writing for The Christian Century, observes that as the Reformation's 500th anniversary nears, Christians are contending with Luther's violently anti-Jewish writings.

Faith leaders need to shape up: Jennifer Rubin, writing in The Washington Post, explores the lessons for church and state that were mentioned in a recent public speech by George W. Bush and covered in more detail in a document published by the Bush Institute.

Changing the legacy of the Reformation: Linda Nicholls, Bishop of Huron, reflects on the evolution of relationships between Anglicans and Roman Catholics during the last century.

 


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