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This page last updated 11 July 1999
Anglicans Online last updated 11 July 1999

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Week of 11 July 1999

Australia and New Zealand
Australian parishes
Victoria: Melbourne, Glen Waverly, St Barnabas --
New South Wales: Sydney, Darling Point, St Mark --

Australian resources
Western Australia, Perth: The Centre for Christian Spirituality at Wollaston College --

Books, Bookshops etc.
Anglican Book Centre Publishing (Anglican Church of Canada) is looking for writers. More information here.

Theological resources
'Interested in finding out more about God, Jesus, Christianity, and the meaning of life?' A sophisticated and sleek Australian ecumenical site, with a good portion of its material written by Anglicans. Well worth a visit. --

Nova Scotia: Mahone Bay, St James Parish (St. James' Church, Christ Church and Union Church --

News Centre
More madness on the Millennium Dome. The Church of England starts an advertising campaign. Academics turn to angels and eroticism. The BBC finds something to say about the upcoming Church of England Synod. That same Church has published upbeat statistics about itself on its web site. St Paul's Brockton asks you to read their web site if you are making up your mind about the squabble there. An Australian Roman Catholic priest draws the ire of Cardinal Ratzinger by suggesting that Anglicans matter. All this and more in the News Centre.

UK, Ireland, and Europe
English parishes
South Croydon: Emmanuel --

English cathedrals
Diocese of Southwark Cathedral --

Key statistics about the Church of England --

Ohio: Delaware, St Peter --
Tennessee: Memphis, Calvary --

Diocese of Mississippi --

Diocese of Mississppi: St Andrew's Cathedral, Jackson --

Hong Kong, Western Kowloon, Holy Spirit Church (in Chinese) --

Week of 4 July 1999

Books, Bookshops etc.
Meetingbrook Bookshop and Bakery: An ecumenical, inclusive, inter-religious bookshop located in Camden, Maine, specialising in the contemplative and meditative traditions of spirituality. --

Ontario: Huntsville: All Saints --

East London (Ontario) Anglican Ministries --

A mailing list devoted to Dietrich Bonhoeffer and Paul Tillich. Details here.
A mailing list that centres round discussion of the catechumenate. More information here.

News Centre
The origins of ECUSA noted; separation of church and state on this date in 1776. The English are talking about such separation now. A bishop regrets not being spanked. Another bishop writes about clergy salaries. The late Cardinal Basil Hume speaks out against the Vatican. Boone Porter dies. The Welsh primate retires; the Anglican Communion News Service serves up some news. We cover another ordination, we point you to transcripts of debate in Parliament about cathedrals. All this and more in the News Centre.

The Revd Barbara Brown Taylor, Harry R. Butman Professor of Religion and Philosophy at Piedmont College in Demarest, Georgia and one of ECUSA's best known preachers, delivered the first of her series of Bible Lectures on 27 June 1999. The 35-minute lecture is on RealAudio and information is on the web page. --

UK, Ireland, and Europe
Church of England 'Find a Parish' service. Despite its oddly commercial .com domain, this site is sponsored officially by the Church of England and allows one to search a massive database of every CofE parish using various criteria. Once it works flawlessly and links to existing parish web sites, it will be a splendid resource. --

English parishes
Cartmel (Cumbria): Priory Church --
Fawley, (with Langley, Holbury, Coley), the parish of Fawley --
South Shoebury, St Andrew with St Peter --

Alabama: Enterprise, Epiphany --
Alabama: Ozark, St Michael --
Arkansas: El Dorado, St Mary --
Florida: Gainesville, Holy Trinity --
Kentucky: Covington, Trinity --
Maine: Falmouth, St Mary --
North Carolina: Asheville, Redeemer --
Oklahoma: Sapulpa. Good Shepherd --
Texas: Round Rock, St Richard --

Diocese of West Missouri --

The University of the South (Episcopal) is looking for a new chancellor. --

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