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This page last updated 22 August 1999
Anglicans Online last updated 22 August 1999

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ALL THE NEW URLS we receive each week are here. We post two weeks' worth, cycling the old ones off each week. Before they disappear from this page, you'll find the URLs in their natural homes at Anglicans Online.

Week of 22 August 1999

Australia and New Zealand
Australian parishes
NSW: Sydney, St James King Street (Sydney) -- Oldest church in Sydney.
NSW: Wentworthville, St Paul (Sydney) -- Warning: contains a huge audio clip that requires a custom plug-in.

New Zealand dioceses
South Island: Diocese of Dunedin --
Diocese of Waiapu Eastland Region --

New Zealand cathedrals
Diocese of Dunedin, The Dunedin Cathedral --

New Zealand parishes
Churton Park, Churton Park Anglican Parish --
Gisborne, Te Karaka, Waikohu Co-operating Parish --
Gonville, Wanganui, St Peter (Nelson) --
Invercargill, Holy Trinity (Dunedin) --
Queenstown, Wakatipu, St Peter --
Te Hapara Anglican Parish --
Waimea Plains, Anglican Parish (Dunedin) --

DCI: a large web site whose primary contents is an extensive online bible course in both English and Spanish.

Diocese of Algoma, Cathedral Church of St Luke --

Heraldry Studies, a new mailing list for people with a scholarly interest in the art and science of heraldry. See the web site for more information. --

Religion and the Media: 28 and 29 September, Sydney, Australia. More information here.

CEILI˛RADH, an international festival in celebration of Christian liturgy, past, present and future, 18-24 June 2000, Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin, Ireland.

Internet Resources
Anglican and Episcopal Web Ring --
Swedish Christian Link Collection: Anglican Links --
New Zealand Christian Internet Directory --

News Centre
Scopes visits Kansas. US Evangelical Lutherans pass a Concordat with ECUSA. Australian General Synod has released its interim report on the issue of women clerics. The Observer interviews Richard Holloway and talks about other turbulent priests. The Archbishop warns Kenyans not to think so much about devil worship. Not much else that we think we should cover this week, but, this being a church and not a fashion centre, last week's news and last month's news is still quite worth reading.

UK, Ireland, and Europe
English parishes
Fishponds, St Mary (Bristol) --
Manthorpe, St John the Evangelist (Lincoln) --

Europe parishes
Leipzig English Church (Europe) --

Iowa: Unofficial page for Diocese of Iowa --

Alabama: Birmingham, St Michael (Alabama) --
Connecticut: Greenwich, Christ Church (Connecticut) --
North Carolina: Oxford, Episcopal Churches of Oxford (North Carolina) --
North Carolina: Rocky Mount, Good Shepherd (North Carolina) --
Oklahoma: Tulsa, Trinity Church (Oklahoma) --

An ECUSA communications survey, sponsored by Executive Council's Communications Committee -- Alas, this isn't an online survey; you must print the survey, fill it up, and snail mail it. But it still gives you a chance to speak your mind about what's needed in ECUSA communication.

Panama, St Luke's Cathedral --

Week of 15 August 1999

Australia and New Zealand
Australian parishes
NSW: Engadine, Engandine Anglican Church (Sydney) --
NSW: Panania-Milperra, Panania-Milperra Anglican Church (Sydney) --

Australian resources
The Newlands Project, a parish effort to extend the Internet to one and all in its community --

Ontario: Nassagaweya, St. John (Niagara) --

Religion and the Media: 28 and 29 September, Sydney, Australia. More information here.

News Centre
It is one full year after the end of the Lambeth conference, and, just like 15 August 1998, every Anglican newsmaker in the world seems to be on holiday and offline. The only news we are reporting this week is from a Roman Catholic source, but it's an important story and you should read it. Three pieces from three points of view, all from The Tablet, on the topic of the ordination of women in the Church of England. We have also this week, as a public service, made a copy of the Church Times web site that is actually readable. If you are a Netscape user and you want to look at the Church Times this week, look at our copy and not theirs.

Parish Administration
A growing number of parishes are interested in arranging for a columbarium within or without the church. We add two links to two firms who have web sites; one is in the States and one in Australia.

Religious Orders
Society of St Francis, American Province --

UK, Ireland, and Europe
English parishes
Barbourne: St Stephen (Worcester) --
Brentwood: St Thomas of Canterbury, Parish Church (Chelmsford) --

Diocese of Springfield --

Alabama: Eufaula, St. James (Central Gulf Coast) --
Arizona: Chandler, St Matthew (Arizona) --
Illinois: Carbondale, St Andrew (Springfield) --
Illinois: Normal, Christ the King (Springfield) --
Kansas: Mission, St Michael and All Angels (Kansas) --
Louisiana: Mandeville, St Michael (Louisiana) --
New Jersey: New Brunswick, Christ Church (Newark) --

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