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Noted This Week

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Week of 23 November 2014

Advent resources
AdventWord. 'Pray through Advent. Pray through your phone camera. Create a Global Advent Calendar.' From the Society of St John the Evangelist.

It's a Shape Christmas. 'an Interactive Advent Calendar produced by Shape Design Studio'.

Australia
Parishes
Queensland: Indooroopilly, St Andrew (Brisbane)

England
Schools and Education
St Christopher's Multi Academy Trust. 'The Diocese of Exeter, working with the Department for Education, has formed the St Christopher's Multi Academy Trust to sponsor church schools which are becoming academies.'

Events
Australia: ACT, Canberra, 6-8 August 2015: Emergence: Transforming the World through Faith and Education
Anglican Schools Australia annual conference.

Letters to Anglicans Online
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News Centre
Crozier returned to Maori donors after a century. Why unity evades the C of E. Every organ, every church in the diocese. ABC delivers 'State of the Communion' address. General Synod approves women bishops measure. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

Not in the Communion
Traditional Anglican Communion, Anglican Catholic Church in Australia

Southeast PEARUSA. 'We have churches throughout the southeastern United States and operate under the oversight of the Southeast PEARUSA bishop and Council with lay and ordained leaders elected from our churches.'

Social Justice
Anglican Alliance. 'The Anglican Alliance brings together churches and agencies to support development, relief and advocacy work across the Communion.'

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Theological Resources
International Anglican-Roman Catholic Commission for Unity and Mission (IARCCUM). 'an online resource centre for Anglican-Roman Catholic relations'.

USA
Camps and Conference Centres
Camp Wright. Stevensville, Maryland. A ministry of the Diocese of Easton.

Worth Noting
Dressed for the Moment: 'After spending seven years in the American South swathed in Methodist and Baptist glories, I moved to London and changed my clothes. I resumed the practice of wearing a clerical collar.' Samuel Wells writes for The Christian Century (Chicago).

Growing the Church of England: Sir Tony Baldry writes for Westminster Faith Debates.


Week of 16 November 2014

Advent resources
The Anglican Church of Canada has posted new Advent resources for 2014.

Associations and Guilds
RSCM Canada: the Royal School of Church Music

Bells
Taylor's Bell Foundry is Britain's largest bell foundry. It has cast most of the cathedral bells in the UK, including those at St Paul's and York Minster, and more parish church rings of bells than any foundry that has ever existed.

Clergy Exchanges
Coventry UK for USA in August or September 2015: Keith and Susan Mobberley, clergy in the Diocese of Coventry, UK looking to exchange homes for 4 weeks in August up to mid September 2015. Available for mutual Sunday cover as required. We have a pleasant detached rectory with 3 double bedrooms very well situated in beautiful Warwickshire. We are 3 miles from Warwick Castle, 25 minutes from Stratford on Avon, and an hour from Oxford and the Cotswolds.We are particularly interested in the East or West Coast of the USA but are open to other possibilities. Please contact sumob@tiscali.co.uk if interested.

Letters to Anglicans Online
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News Centre
First C of E bishop before Christmas? Update on journey of Nova Scotia church. Slight attendance decline reported by C of E. Claim of 'lost gospel' dismissed as 'bilge'. RIP Bishop Dyer. New bishop in East Carolina. Labyrinth blessed by five unified faiths. All this, and more, in the News Centre.

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USA
Parishes
Mississippi: Jackson, St James (Mississippi)

World
Dioceses
Ecuador: Diocese of Ecuador Litoral - http://ecuadorlitoral.anglican.org

Worth Noting
Three things a Baptist learnt from the Anglican church: A Baptist pastor's daughter writes about her experiences attending an Anglican church in Australia.

The Church of England is actually holding up pretty well: Giles Frazer notes that more people attend church on Sunday than, well, go read what he wrote.

 
 
 


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