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This page last updated 9 December 2018  

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Editor: Richard Mammana

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Week of 9 December 2018

Advent Resources
Türchen. Create your own digital Advent calendar.

Victoria: Ballarat, Holy Trinity Church (Ballarat)

Book of Common Prayer
A Julian Parish Missal. 'An adaptation of the Customary of the Order of Julian of Norwich for use in Episcopal Parishes with the 1979 American BCP ​and Enriching Our Worship. Also includes the Trial-Use Expansive Language liturgies from GC2018 B078.'

Beaminster Team Ministry (Bath and Wells)
Wellington and District Team Ministry (Bath and Wells)

Episcopal Elections

USA: Missouri, St Louis, 1-4 April 2019: National Workshop on Christian Unity
Anglicans, Roman Catholics, Lutherans, Methodists and Evangelicals gather for 'a rich program of plenaries and seminars, a banquet, off-site tours, and opportunities to join together in prayer. Our theologian in residence will be Brother Emile from the Taizé Community in France.'

Letters to Anglicans Online
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News Centre
Brisbane ordaining more women than men. Bishop turnover in US Episcopal Church fuels talk of 'unprecedented' challenges. New Bishop of St Helena. US Presiding Bishop postpones ordination and consecration in Haiti. Anglican funeral for George H W Bush. New life in Diocese of San Joachin. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

Not in the Communion
Anglicanorum Coetibus Society: 'offers independent and loyal support to the Personal Ordinariates established under the Apostolic Constitution Anglicanorum coetibus'.

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Montana: Fort Benton, St Paul (Montana)

Camps and Conference Centres
Bishop's Ridge and Camp Stoney. Santa Fe, New Mexico. Affiliated with the Diocese of the Rio Grande.

Vacancies Centre
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Worth Noting
Popsicles and Prayer Books: AO staff member Richard Mammana writes for Mockingbird on Samuel Isaac Joseph Schereschewsky.

What is Uniatism? An Exploration of the Concept of Uniatism in Relation to the Creation of the Anglican Ordinariates [PDF]: Ronald G. Roberson, CSP reflects.

The Woman of Valour: Bishop Jo Bailey Wells preaches at the WATCH AGM.

Managing church giving in an age of electronic money: Tali Folkins writes for the Anglican Journal.


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