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Editor: Richard Mammana

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Week of 25 February 2018

Lenten Resources

Australia
Parishes
Western Australia: Coodanup, Church of the Way (Bunbury)

England
Education
St Peter's College, Sheffield. 'In a nutshell St Peter’s College is the Sheffield Diocesan learning community for mission and ministry and will support the diocesan vision of growing and strengthen a culture of discipleship in our churches across the Diocese.'

Events
England: Mirfield, 23 June 2018: Grand Auction
'Another Grand Auction is to be held at Mirfield, this time to raise money for the Community’s campaign for the future. This will be the fifth such auction and will be conducted, as before, by George Gribben a popular and entertaining auctioneer from Belfast. He is the brother of Fr John Gribben, a member of the Community, who will be organising the auction at this end.'

Letters to Anglicans Online
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News Centre
New book by ABC Justin Welby. Roman Catholic weddings could take place in Church of England buildings. Bishop of Egypt receives ABC's award for peace and reconciliation. US church to celebrate with blessing of assault rifles. Church of Nigeria defends election of Bishop of Lagos. Conservative Anglican groups in England to merge. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

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USA
Schools and Education
Trinity Episcopal Day School, Baton Rouge.

Vacancies Centre
List a parish or diocesan opening for one month at AO — at no charge. What a bargain! The more you use our free service, the more useful it will become for all.
For more information on this and other listings, see our Vacancies Centre. Also scan vacancy pages on diocesan web sites throughout the communion.

USA: Calvary Church (Pittsburgh) Associate Rector or Curate

Worth Noting
The Church and Disability [PDF]: An important message from Inclusive Church.

'My theology is Christian, my cosmology is pagan:' The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation reports on an 'Anglican priest who is also a pagan'.


Week of 18 February 2018

Lenten Resources

Australia
Parishes
Western Australia: Darlington-Bellevue, Hills Anglicans (Perth)

England
Parishes
Bristol, St Aidan with St George (Bristol)
Bristol, St Philip and St Jacob Church (Pip n Jay) (Bristol)

Episcopal Elections
The Diocese of Colorado has a bishop-search website.

Letters to Anglicans Online
Have a read. Write a letter of your own to us for possible publication.

New Zealand
Parishes
Hiona, St Stephen (Waiapu)
Otumoetai, St John (Waiapu)
Whakatāne, Anglican-Methodist Parish (Waiapu)

News Centre
Spreading the Word (and everything else) at 5.56 gigahertz. Allegations of bribing bishops in Nigeria. ACNA defends Gafcon decision not to reveal existence of female bishop. New primate for Tanzania. Western Australia area bishop refuses to accept authority of female archbishop. US Supreme Court asked to review South Carolina property decision. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

Not in the Communion
The Trinitarian Anglican Church: 'We are a conservative continuing Anglican Church that keeps the Trinity as the core of faith and devotions and our members are world wide despite our mother house being in Ireland (Republic).'

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USA
Parishes
Tennessee: Bolivar, St James (West Tennessee)

Vacancies Centre
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Australia: Kingscliff (Grafton) Rector

Worth Noting
50 years after his death, Healey Willan's music lives on: John Terauds writes for the Toronto Star.

Bishops United Against Gun Violence Urges Assault Weapons Ban.

Why the US-based Episcopal Church needs world Anglicanism: 'The Presiding Bishop of the US-based Episcopal Church, Michael Curry, gave a public lecture earlier this month at the Virginia Theological Seminary.'

To bless and not to bless: Archbishop Welby in conversation: Justin Welby reflects on five years as the Archbishop of Canterbury in conversation with Paul Handley.

 


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