of 19 October 2014
Liberia: Paynesville, Good Shepherd (Liberia)
Book of Common Prayer
Libro de Oración Común y Manual de la Iglesia Anglicana (1973). Chad Wohlers has digitized this translation of the Book of Common Prayer into Spanish for use in Chile.
Suburbs of New York City --> Anywhere:
I am Rector of a family-sized Episcopal parish looking for a 2-4 week summer adventure in 2015, anywhere in the Anglican communion. I can offer a small 3 bedroom, 2 bath house in Fort Lee, New Jersey, walking distance from a bus stop that will take you over the George Washington Bridge and into New York City. My car will also be available. Good Shepherd needs someone to cover Sunday preaching and pastoral care (with about 50 active parishioners the demand is light), and if you would like to offer a workshop about a topic you love you would be welcome. I offer the same. The rectory is next to the church, with a fenced in yard, and walking distance to the banks of the Hudson River for great views of NYC and the Palisades. The Rev. Allison Moore, Ph.D. Church of the Good Shepherd 1576 Palisade Avenue, Fort Lee, New Jersey, USA 07024 firstname.lastname@example.org
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The Diocese of Southeast Florida has announced five nominees in its search for a bishop coadjutor. Read more here.
Canada: Ontario, Toronto, 31 October-1 November 2014: 175th anniversary of the Diocese of Toronto
A conference presented by the Canadian Church Historical Society and Trinity College's Faculty of Divinity, to mark this anniversary.
USA: Connecticut, New Haven, 1 December 2015: The Changing Face of Early Christian Worship
Liturgy symposium with Paul Bradshaw.
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St John's College, Agra. Alumni Network.
Irish Ecumenical Church Loan Fund (ECLOF). 'aims to eradicate poverty and restore human dignity. Our means to that end is microfinance'.
U26 Center. NSKK group focused on persons aged 18-26.
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Grantchester and Abp. Runcie: John Martin writes for The Living Church (Milwaukee). 'Religion and faith are at the fore in James Runcie's Grantchester, which premiered on ITV October 6. His fourth novel in the series is due for publication next May. The chief character is a clergyman-cum-sleuth Canon Sidney Chambers (James Norton), whom Runcie cheerfully admits is a loosely based on his late father.'
What should we do about ISIS? The Archbishop of Canterbury writes for Prospect magazine (London).