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Week of 21 June 1998

Communications in the local church: a new mailing list

General Resources
Retreat (USA): 'Who and What are "Soul Friends"'? 17-19 July 1998 at the St Christopher Conference Center on Seabrook Island, South Carolina.

Anglican Church Music --

News Centre
All these covered in our news area this week:
Archbishop of Canterbury takes a stand on English sex law.

The bishops of the Diocese of West Texas have released a formal reply to Bishop Spong's controversial '12 Theses'.

A concordat of Intercommunion was signed in Philadelphia by the Reformed Episcopal Church and the
Anglican Province of America.

UK, Ireland, and Europe
Speaker: the Right Reverend Penny Jamieson, Bishop of Dunedin, New Zealand/Aotearoa 13 July, London and 17 July, Cambridge.

Lundi-Lambeth prayers, composed by the Revd June Maffin in preparation for the Lambeth Conference --

Association of Ordinands and Candidates for Ministry --

Reader ministry in the Diocese of York --

Walsall Hospitals' Trust Chaplaincy Department --

Canterbury Cathedral -- (This doesn't appear to be an official Cathedral-sponsored page, but rather a page from the City of Canterbury web site.)

Bristol: Swindon New Town shared ministry --

Canterbury: Blean, St Cosmus & St Damian in the Blean --

Derbyshire: United Benefice of Boylestone, Church Broughton, Dalbury, Longford, Long Lane, Radbourne, Sutton-on-the-Hill & Trusley --

Leeds: Woodside, Horsforth, St. James --

Leicestershire: Parish of Broughton Astley with Croft & Stoney Stanton --

Newcastle-under-Lyme: Victoria Road, St Paul --


Parishes (listed by state and then city, town, or village--not by diocese)
Benecia: St Paul --

Lakeland, All Saints --

Palm Harbor, St Alfred --

Barnstable, St Mary --
Buzzard's Bay, St Peter's on the Canal --
Cambridge, St Peter --
Cohasset, St Stephen --
Groveland, St James --
Holliston, St Michael --
Swampscott, Holy Name --
Taunton, St Thomas --
Westford, St Mark --
Yarmouth, St David --

Profile of 'Old North' Church --

Moberly, St Barnabas --

New Hampshire
Dover, St Thomas --

New York
New York CIty, St Bartholomew --

Waukesha, St Matthias --

Diocese of Minnesota --

ECUSA calendar of events (mainly conferences, retreats, workshops), maintained by Episcopal Life --

Episcopal Student Ministry at the University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point --

A report on the education of 308 living ECUSA bishops -- and 1997 report, which is more comprehensive --

Religious orders
The Sisters of St. Mary, Mukwonago, Wisconsin --

India: Diocese of Madras (Church of South India) --

Japan: Nagano, Holy Saviour's centennial celebration (in English and Japanese) --

Out There': Wangaratta Anglican Youth --

Ely Essential: Rave in the Nave (a night out for youth 14+) --

The Heavenly Fire Steel Band (the youth of St Mary's, Dorchester, Massachusetts) -- (Do have a look at the photo of the group!)

Week of 14 June 1998

Query to our readers
Many of you will recall references to the Kuala Lumpur Statement, a document produced there in early 1997 during a meeting there of some 80 delegates, primarily bishops and archbishops from the southern hemisphere. We have repeatedly tried to see -- to date in vain -- a roster of the signers of this statement. Many later documents refer to it -- the Dallas Statement and the 'First Promise' text, amongst others -- and these later documents are signed. But the Kuala Lumpur signers remain unknown to us. If you are able to turn up a definitive list of the people who signed the original KL statement in February 1997, we should be most grateful. Email us if you can help.

Ottawa: Westboro, All Saints --

General Resources
Bible repair and rebinding --

The Life of Edward the Confessor: Cambridge University library's 13th-century Anglo-Norman illuminated Life of St. Edward the Confessor. You can browse through all 37 folios, zoom in on all--or part--of a page, or view pages side by side. It's a smashing web site. --

Praxis, formed in 1990, seeks to enrich the practice and understanding of worship in the Church of England --

News Centre
All these covered in our news area this week:
The to-date complete Lambeth Conference news stories from Episcopal New Services.

The continuing situation, in ECUSA, of an Arkansas parish under Rwandan diocesan oversight.

The election of the Bishop of Uruguay.

A review of the Canadian General Synod by Christian Week

UK, Ireland, and Europe
Chester: Chester Cathedral congregation --

Staffordshire: Parish of Leek and Meerbrook (six associated churches) --

Parishes (listed by state and then city, town, or village--not by diocese)
Maryland: Lothian, St James --
New York: New York, Church of the Incarnation --

'Religion and the Founding of the American Republic': A companion web site to a Library of Congress exhibition (4 June - 22 August 1998) --

Saint Augustine Ministries, a non-profit organization in association with the Society of Saint John the Evangelist, offers year-round support to children in inner-city Boston --

Brazil: Holy Trinity Cathedral (Catedral da Santíssima Trindade), Diocese of Recife --

Australia: South Australia, Unley, St Augustine (a parish page we've had listed for a while, but they'd like to emphasise a their section of family links and information, especially weekly children's resources) --

Saint Augustine Ministries, a non-profit organization in association with the Society of Saint John the Evangelist, offers year-round support to children in inner-city Boston --

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