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This page last updated 12 December 1999
Anglicans Online last updated 12 December 1999

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Week of 12 December 1999

Oregon: Corvallis (Oregon State University), 11-12 February 2000: 'God at 2000'. 'Seven internationally-known speakers, including Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Karen Armstrong, and Marcus Borg, will discuss "How I see God" during the nationally-televised symposium. --

News Centre
Australian Roman Catholics find a way to provide computers to their flock. An English charity is taking heat for discrimination. The English people are found to be among the least religious in the world. (Luckily for us in the News Centre their newspapers are still full of news about religion). The Church in Wales gets a new leader. Astronomers think they know which star was seen in Bethlehem. Canberra and Goulburn no longer have to search for a bishop. English clergy being abused; Scottish clergy being unsuccessfully bribed. A nativity play with handguns. A pop musician spends his money to tell people that God is not religious. Political correctness reaches The Faith Zone just as James Bond reaches the Millennium Dome. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

Seasonal Resources
Our page of Advent links. Please let us know if you find others we should list.

UK, Ireland, Scotland, and Europe
England: Alsager, Christ Church (Chester) --
England: Shorne, near Gravesend. St Peter and St Paul (Rochester) -

Switzerland: Lugano, St Edward The Confessor (Europe) --

British Region International Ecumenical Fellowship --

New York: Brooklyn, Calvary and St Cyprian (Long Island) --
New York: Brooklyn, Holy Apostles (Long Island) --
New York: Brooklyn, St John's Episcopal Hospital Chapel (Long Island) --
New York: Douglaston, Zion (Long Island) --
New York: Hampton Bays, St Mary (Long Island) --
New York: Hempstead, St George (Long Island) --
New York: Shelter Island, St Mary (Long Island) --
New York: Stony Brook, All Souls (Long Island) --
New York: Syosset, St Bede (Long Island) --

Virginia: Alexandria, Immanuel Church-on-the-Hill (Virginia)--
Virginia: Arlington, St John (Virginia)--
Virginia: Berryville, Grace (Virginia) --
Virginia: Hanover, St Paul (Virginia)--
Virginia: Manassas, Trinity (Virginia) --

Week of 5 December 1999

Trinity College (University of Melbourne) Theological School Online: An Anglican theological college offers distance education. --

Biblical Studies
'With its hip new edition of the Good Book, Grove Press aims to save the Bible from the fundamentalists'. --

Book of Common Prayer
National Public Radio's (US) Scott Simon offers a brief tribute to the BCP, tying it in to the American Thanksgiving holiday. (RealAudio) --

British Columbia: North Saanich, Holy Trinity (British Columbia) --
Ontario: Strathroy, St John the Evangelist (Huron) --

California: Pasadena, 23-25 March 2000: The Society of Christian Philosophers Conference at Fuller Theological Seminary. At present, the web page includes plenary speakers and a call for papers link --
 (For more info about the SCP see

Maryland: Baltimore, 25 March 2000, a day conference on the latest ARCIC document: 'The Gift of Authority': Gift or Gift Horse? --

'The Church and the Internet', Brian Reid's tract on key issues facing the church as the Internet becomes a predominant source of information. Excerpts of this report are featured in the (printed) Church Times of 2 December 1999.

Elpis: From the Greek word for hope, Elpis is an Anglican rock band familiar to most Anglican-Episcopalians in Japan. Alas, their web page is only in Japanese, but if you click round, you'll at least be able to look at the photos even if you don't read Japanese. --

A Ceremony of Lessons and Carols: A 'multimedia presentation of the traditional ceremony of lessons and carols ... several fine art selections are included with the appropriate lessons, and each page has carols which appear in pop-up boxes'. The webmaster notes that she 'will be taking carol requests by e-mail. I will sequence the midis requested within 24 hours, God willing!' --

News Centre
Yasser Arafat at the millennium home. Eamon Duffy interviewed by several notable people and a high school magazine. Bishop of London models a mitre that is cheaper to clean and maintain. Anglican Association of Biblical Scholars talks about Lambeth 98. Some review of genetically unmodified humans. Time Magazine covers both Alpha and Jesus. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

Odds and Ends
Ribblesdale Needlecraft, cross stitch and tapestry designer, kneeler charts, and design service. --

Seasonal Resources
Our page of Advent links. Please let us know if you find others we should list.

UK, Ireland, Scotland, and Europe
'What the ek?' Anglican Online's Simon Sarmiento take on the recent General Synod debate on a key phrase in the Nicene Creed.

Alsager, Christ Church (Cheshire) --
Gisburn, St Mary the Virgin (Bradford) --
Harpenden, All Saints, a daughter church in the parish of St Nicholas (St Albans) --

Diocese of Long Island: an unofficial web site --

Georgia: Augusta (Martinez), Our Savior (Georgia) --
North Carolina: Chapel Hill, Chapel of the Cross --
Ohio: Montgomery, St Barnabas (Southern Ohio) --

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