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Week of 29 November 1998

Advent Resources
Our seasonal page with Advent resources and links. Submit your site or a site you find in your web browsing.

Clarendon: Charteris, Radford, Shawville, and Thorne Centre --
Clayton, Frantown, and Innisville: St George, St James, and St John --
Mississauga: St Luke --
The Pontiac: Bristol, Cambell's Bay, Otter Lake, and Portage du Fort --

General Resources
'The Book of Common Prayer 1549 - 1999 and beyond', Anglican Society events and activities associated with the 350th anniversary of the creation of the first Book of Common Prayer --

And closely related and newly online is the First Act of Uniformity (of Edward VI) 1549 (2 & 3 Edward VI, c. 1) --

And, finally, whilst still on the BCP: A survey of major collections of the Book of Common Prayer; do you have prayer books in your personal library that would qualify for inclusion? --

'ChurchSew' mailing list web page -- (For information on the mailing list, see the Discussion section, under 'ChurchSew')

An exhibit at the British Museum on the Book of Revelation (December 1999 through sometime in 2000) --

News Centre
There is once again a lot of Anglican news this week, reported in the News Centre. This week seems to focus on New Zealand, but there are stories about gay politics (a new topic in our church), UK Preacher of the Year, Angels, an apology for Bloody Mary (and a movie about her half-sister), and an example of the very descent into paganism that the Bishop of Lincoln was worried about.

UK, Ireland, and Europe

The Church of England official web pages at last -- or (whichever you find easiest to remember)

A comprehensive overview of the recent Church of England Synod, courtesy of House of Laity member Matthew Hunt. His earlier Synod reports are also available on the web site. --

Coventry Cathedral -- (alas, no images of any kind)

Alderton, Alderton Parish --
Barrow-upon-Soar, Holy Trinity --
Beckington: Beckington group of parishes --
Blackpool (Hawes Side): St Christopher --
Brierfield: St Luke --
Colchester: St Margaret --
Evington: St Phillip --
Exhall: St Giles --
Felling: Christ Church --
Garstang: St Thomas --
Hartlepool: St Hilda --
Harton: St Peter --
Heaton: St Barnabas --
Hewelsfield: St Mary Magdalene --
Hebburn: St Oswald --
Idle: Holy Trinity --
Lamesley: St Andrew --
Leicester: Church of the Martyrs --
Leicester: St Mary de Castro --
Loughborough: Good Shepherd --
Norwich: St Andrew --
Ore: Christ Church --
Quedgeley: St James --
St Neots, St Neots --
Seasalter: St Alphege --
Southport (Merseyside): Holy Trinity --
Sunderland: Sunderland Minster --
Swalecliffe: St John the Baptist --
Walsoken: All Saints --
Whitstable: St Alphege --,%20Whitstable.htm
Whitstable: St Andrew --
Whitstable: St Peter --


Church of Ireland General Synod Board of Education (Northern Ireland) --
Belfast: Queen's University, Church of Ireland student chaplaincy --

Belfast: St Thomas --
Dublin: The Parishes of Sandford & Milltown
Portartlington: St Paul's, 'The French Church' --

'Religion in Wales', an overview from the earliest days of Christianity, with good images --

Hay Rural Deanery (27 parishes in the Diocese of Swansea and Brecon; at present several have web pages, but not yet all) --

St Barnabas (Dulwich) Choir, the home page of a superb parish choir, with RealAudio samples and their CDs on offer --

St Mark's Cathedral (Diocese of Olympia, USA) in Seattle offers weekly Compline each Sunday at 9.30pm (Pacific Time) through RealAudio. Go to the radio station site and follow the links to the Real Audio area for instructions. --

The Organ Loft, another RealAudio programme from KING-FM in Seattle, Washington (USA) broadcast Sunday night at 10pm (Pacific Time) -- and

Florida: Coral Springs, St Mary Magdalene --
Iowa: Muscatine, Trinity --
Iowa: Sioux City, St Thomas --

St Mary Magdalene Episcopal Church in Coral Springs (near Ft Lauderdale), Florida, USA is seeking a half-time youth minister. Details here.

Week of 22 November 1998

Advent Resources
Our seasonal page with Advent resources and links. Submit your site or a site you find in your web browsing.

Anglican Church of Canada dioceses with webpages, an unofficial but complete listing of provinces and dioceses, on one page --

For friends and fans of David Virtue's reporting, a new mailing list called -- wait for it -- Virtuosity.

General Resources
Church House Publishing: a completely revamped site that qualifies as new. The official publisher to the Church of England General Synod, they also publish a wide range of educational material for churches and schools' --

The Reverend Richard Fairchild's comprehensive 'Sermon and Lectionary Resources' --

The Poetry Church, 'evangelising through Christian art, literature and music, through our publications and quarterly Christian poetry magazine' --

'The Witness' Magazine: Since 1917, a feisty monthly tackling social justice issues in the Episcopal Church USA and the world --

News Centre
There is a lot of Anglican news this week, reported in the News Centre. A good portion of it comes from the Chuch of England Synod (though you'd never know they were having a synod if you used their web page as a source of information). Other articles include: Another chapter in the Abbey Story. A memorial service for the homeless. It is still forbidden to covet your neighbor's slaves. Consecration and collapse of bishops. An idea for preventing England from descending into paganism. A stern talking-to about the fate of debtor nations. Better marketing comes to the graveside. The US Lutheran church (Evangelical Lutheran Church of America) tries again on the Concordat.

UK, Ireland, and Europe
Dickleburgh: All Saints --
Lincoln (Birchwood): St Luke and St Martin
Matlock: Saint Giles Church (Matlock Parish Church) --
York: St Michael-le-Belfry --

Donegore (near Belfast): The United Parishes of Donegore and Templepatrick --

California: St Gregory of Nyssa --
Georgia: Columbus, St Thomas --
Iowa: Sioux City, Calvary --
New York: New York, St Thomas Fifth Avenue --
Washington: Tacoma, St Andrew --


St Stephen the Martyr, Edina, Minnesota, USA, have two youth ministry positions open. Details here.

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