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This page last updated 24 May 2015
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Week of 24 May 2015

Australia
Parishes
New South Wales: Mona Vale Anglican Church (Sydney)

England
Parishes
Romney Marsh, The Marsh Churches (Canterbury)

Letters to Anglicans Online
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News Centre
Church of Ireland issues statement on Irish referendum. Mothers' Union president speaks. First indigenous bishop in Sabah. UK Bell ringers and US tax forms. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

Not in the Communion
Igreja Anglicana Tradicional do Brasil: This Brazilian church also sponsors a Franciscan order.

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USA
Resources
Conference of Diocesan Executives of the Episcopal Church (CODE): 'founded in 1943 for lay and ordained people who report directly to the bishop and serve at the executive or senior level on a bishop’s staff. CODE seeks to build relationships and experiences that facilitate collegiality, confidence, and support.'

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Worth Noting
My seven of the best: Michael Palin writes for the Church Times (London). 'The former Python and national treasure describes churches that have meant the most to him.'

Ring the Bells: 'Consider tolling the bell for as many times as there are murdered or missing Aboriginal women to date. Toll them over the course of the "22 Days," perhaps at a designated time of day with prayers and commitments to help our country address this tragedy.' Archbishop Fred Hiltz writes for Anglican Journal (Toronto).


Week of 17 May 2015

Africa
Cathedrals
Rwanda: Kigali, St Etienne Cathedral, Diocese of Kigali

Book of Common Prayer
Kitabu Cha Ibada Za Kanuni na Kuhudumu Sakramenti Pamoja Na Kawaida Za Kanisa Ilivyo Desturi Ya Kanisa La Unguja (1928). AO staff member Richard Mammana has digitised this remarkable translation of the BCP into Kiswahili.

Canada
Parishes
Parish of Cambridge and Waterborough (Fredericton)
Riverview, St John the Baptist (Fredericton)
Parish of West Saint John (Fredericton)

Letters to Anglicans Online
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News Centre
New Dean in Sydney. Bishop elections in Dallas & Fort Worth. Nepal: 2nd earthquake update. C of E Church Commissioners annual report. Bishop coadjutor in SE Florida. Yemen update. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

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USA
Parishes
Alabama: Anniston, Grace Church (Alabama)
Alabama: Pike Road, Grace Church (Alabama)

Resources
Episcopal Migration Ministries (EMM). 'the refugee resettlement service of the Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society, welcoming and serving international refugees uprooted by persecution and violence to communities and cities around the US'.

Diocese of Olympia Refugee Resettlement Office. (EMM affiliate).

Episcopal Wichita Area Refugee Ministry. (EMM affiliate).

Interfaith Refugee and Immigration Service, Diocese of Los Angeles. (EMM affiliate).

Vacancies Centre
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For more information on this and other listings, see our Vacancies Centre. Also scan vacancy pages on diocesan web sites throughout the communion.

USA: St Luke's Church (Minnesota) Organist and Director of Choirs

Worth Noting
Episcopal Resurrection: 'This website is the result of conversations over the last few months among a group of Episcopalians who are passionate about our church’s health and witness to the world. We believe that we have reached a critical juncture in the life of our church, and respectfully submit A Memorial to the Church calling for our beloved Episcopal Church to recommit itself to the spiritual disciplines at the core of our common life, to go into our neighborhoods boldly with church planters and church revitalizers, and to restructure our church for the mission God is laying before us today. We hope for the renewal of our beloved church. We offer A Memorial to the Church along with many signatories from across the church. These signatories support the vision of the Memorial and its call to action.'

Journalists are on the front line, and need our prayers: Ruth Gledhill writes in Christian Today.

Thoughts from the laundromat: The Revd Birch Rambo writes in the Union-Bulletin (Walla Walla).

 
 


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