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ALL THE NEW URLS we receive each week are here. We post two weeks' worth of rosters, cycling the old one off each week. You'll also find all the new URLs in their natural homes at Anglicans Online; e.g., General Resources, Youth pages, Music section, specific country sections.

Week of 15 November 1998

Province of Canada: One of four provinces in the Anglican Church of Canada, the Ecclesiastical Province of Canada currently includes seven dioceses: Montreal, Quebec, Fredericton, Nova Scotia, Western Newfoundland, Central Newfoundland and Eastern Newfoundland and Labrador ... As a province within the national Anglican Church of Canada, we are analogous to the provinces of Canterbury or York in England, or the several provinces within the Episcopal Church USA. We believe that we are the first such province to launch a web site.' --

'Teens Encounter Christ: Eastern Newfoundland and Labrador --

Association of Interchurch Families mailing list: for couples, partners, and families who have members within both the Roman Catholic and Anglican Communions --

General Resources
Alliance of Lesbian and Gay Anglicans, 'working for the unconditional inclusion and full participation of lesbian and gay people in every facet of the Church's life throughout the Anglican Communion' --

Anglican delegates to the World Council of Churches (roster courtesy of Dr Louie Crew) --

'Anglo-Catholic Socialism', a collection ot links and original resources --

Association of Interchurch Families, established more than 25 years ago in England, by a Roman Catholic-Anglican couple. A splendid resource for couples, partners, families who have members within both the Roman Catholic and Anglican Communions -- www.aifw.orlg/aif/aif.htm

'Dry Bones Ministry provides a lay-prepared, twice-weekly meditation designed to encourage the Christian in his or her walk with God' --

Madeleine L'Engle: National Public Radio's Margo Adler interviews the well-known Episcopal author (RealAudio) --


Lambeth comments from Bishop Swing of California --

News Centre
Polyester and wool vestments in Birmingham, spin doctors and sermons, a new bishop in Chicago, the Westminster Abbey saga -- it's all in the News Centre.

Not in the Communion
Church of England in South Africa --

UK, Ireland, and Europe
Ely: Ely Cathedral --

Kent: Whitstable Team Ministry --

Russa: Moscow, St Andrew --

The Pilgrims Association, 'a forum for cathedrals and churches, and to help those within them who have responsibility for the care visitors, tourists and pilgrims' --

Diocese of South Dakota --
Diocese of Western North Carolina -- http://wnc.anglican,org

California: Corona Del Mar, St Michael and All Angels --
Indiana: Indianapolis, St Matthew --


ECUSA calendar, with an 'add-your-event' feature and a custom search for particular events --

The Diocese of Kansas is looking for a full-time director of diocesan youth ministry. The search committee
(includes active teens -and there is a the job descriptions. Contact the diocese for more information --

St Peter's Church in Talladega, Alabama is looking for a youth minister. They say: 'We are not a large parish but we are committed to maintaining an active youth ministry. We will accept inquiries from both male and female, clergy and lay. We work closely with those of other denominations in our town, a growing small city less than an hour from Birmingham and about 1 and 1/2 hours from Atlanta, Georgia'. Contact Bob Blackwell+, St. Peter's Church, PO Box 206, Talladega, Alabama, 35161, USA, 'phone +1 256 363 2505

Anglican delegates to the World Council of Churches (listing courtesy of Louie Crew) --

Honduras disaster web site, for updates, photos, and ways to help --

Week of 8 November 1998

'Religion, Society and Culture in Newfoundland and Labrador' There is an extensive section on the Anglican Church, with transcriptions of original sources and important documents. Well worth an extended visit.--

Toronto: St Stephen's-in-the-Fields --

General Resources
The Anglican Association of Biblical Scholars will hold its annual meeting in Orlando, Florida, USA, 20-21 November 1998

More than 11,000 'adherent' statistic citations (membership and followings of various religions, churches, denominations, faith groups, philosophies, ultimate concerns, etc.) 'This web siteanswers such questions as "How many Roman Catholics are there in the world?" or "What percentage of India is Hindu?" Data from both primary research sources such as census reports, statistical sampling surveys and organizational reporting, as well as citations from secondary literature' --

'Bread for the World' is a Christian movement in the US that seeks justice for the world's hungry people by lobbying decision makers --

The Canberra Times (Australia) hosts a 'Dear Madge' column, a question-and-answer feature rather like the 'Dear Abby' column in the States. Read Madge's solution to being pressured by one's boyfriend to become Anglican!

News Centre
30-second overview: The Bishop of Durham has some words for Prince Charles. The Church of England announces remaining members of Archbishops' Council. The United States has an election. The US legislature passes a bill permiting the US to act in cases of overseas religious persecution. Pope Urban II was not involved. Want more? Head to the News Centre.

UK, Ireland, and Europe
English parishes
Derby: St Peter --

The Diocese of Wyoming --

Texas: Stafford, Advent --
Wyoming: Buffalo, St Luke --
Wyoming: Casper, St Stephen --
Wyoming: Cheyenne, St Mark --
Wyoming: Lander, Trinity --

Brisbane, Calamvale, Church of the Holy Spirit --
Queensland, Toowoomba, St Luke --
South Australia: Dioceses of Adelaide, The Murray, and Willochra, an unofficial page of information --

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