The Book Of Common Prayer A Comprehensive Resource, including sections formatted as the original. http://justus.anglican.org/resources/bcp/
Extractions: Rest of the World The Book of Common Prayer is one of the major works of English literature. Since its introduction in the mid-1500's it has exerted enormous influence on the religious and literary lives of all who speak the English language. The Book of Common Prayer has gone through a number of editions, not only in England where it originated, but in all the places where the various Churches of the Anglican communion are now active. We present here over two dozen Books of Common Prayer, and related works, from all over the Anglican Communion. Click on one of the links at left and start exploring. Donate to Episcopal Relief and Development for Hurricane Katrina Relief:
Pete's Pages, Australia Personal homepage with links of interest to Australia anglican's including Alpha, Cursillo, Marriage Encounter, general anglican / Episcopal (mainly Australian), Poetry and Sermons. http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Atrium/5390
Extractions: of Melbourne, Australia. Our three adult children - Angela, Andrew and Kirsty - are now all married. Angela and Andrew are married to Mathew and Hayley, respectively. At the time of writing, Andrew and Hayley have three beautiful girls and Angela and Mathew's first born, Aimee, is now 19 months old - and absolutely gorgeous!! - whilst Kirsty and Simon are well past their first wedding anniversary. How time flies! We are quite enjoying the life of 'Darby and Joan' and the freedoms it allows. We're also fortunate that our children all live in Melboune, with two only a few kilometres away. Also "Ginger", our little Jack Russell-Chihuahua cross - a delightful 'people loving' dog - has totally stolen our hearts and helps fill the absence of children at home in a lovely way.
Extractions: The Reverend Fred Carson joined our community in November 2003. Our worship services continue at 10:00 on Sunday mornings. We can be contacted by telephoning (250) 774-6427. Everyone is most welcome to attend. Sunday School and Nursery Care are generally offered at the same time as the morning services. Our parish tries to utilize all the gifts that our members have been given. To that end we have members leading our praise times, readings and prayers during our services. Throughout the year we hold special events to help our members grow in Christ, and to encourage fellowship.
St. Luke's Anglican Church-Home Includes worship schedule, ministries, home groups, office hours, related links, location and contact information. http://www.stlukeschurch.org/
Extractions: (click on photo to enter) "As empowered by the Holy Spirit and centered in Jesus Christ as Lord and Saviour, our parish is called to a ministry of Mercy, being Anglican and Charismatic, with a strong emphasis on praise, worship, outreach and world mission." Worship Services: 10:00 AM - 12 PM Sundays
Anglican-Catholic-Orthodox Education Centre Main site for The Holy Catholic Church (anglican Rite). Contains Diocese andparish links. Position documents, contact details and educational information. http://www.anglicancatholic.net/
Anglican Province Of Christ The King A body of anglican churches committed to traditional liturgy and historic anglicanChristianity. Provides details of the Province, news and events, http://anglicanpck.org/
Extractions: the King James Bible most of Western Christendom's great church music William Shakespeare, Thomas Cranmer, Richard Hooker, Lancelot Andrewes, John Donne, George Herbert, Jeremy Taylor, Jonathan Swift, George Fredric Handel, William Law, George Berkeley, John Wesley, Charles Wesley, John Newton, William Wilberforce, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, John Keble, Charles Dickens, Florence Nightingale, Evelyn Underhill, Charles Williams, Dorothy Sayers, C. S. Lewis, and T. S. Eliot eleven former U. S. presidents and most of our nation's founding fathers
Extractions: Youth Group Directory There are tons of youth groups to join. We now have a downloadable list for you to check out a youth group that will meet your needs and is in your neighborhood on Vancouver Island. If you see any wrong information on it, please let Ian know, we want it as useful as possible! Please come again! We will keep you up to date! Quest , we're doing it Island style! Look for more details for when and where! Coming to a church near you! September 11th - St. Peter's Lakehill September 25th - St. John's Ladysmith UPCOMING! Youth Worker Gala Event - welcome back Ian's house - October 15 Details in newsletter Ian Gibbs:
Anglican Church In Tasmania Includes news, events calendar, youth, prayer, and information about parishesand people. http://www.anglicantas.org.au/
Trinity Anglican Church Home Page A large Evangelical anglican Church located in Streetsville. Contains information of church vision, programs, and coming events. http://www.trinitystreetsville.org/
Extractions: WELCOME WORSHIP SERVICES There are three worship services each Sunday, at 8:00 a.m., 9:15 a.m. and 11:15 a.m. The 8:00 service is a traditional Anglican service following the Book of Common Prayer, with traditional hymns and a brief meditation. The 9:15 and 11:15 services are more contemporary and informal in style, and are easy to follow for those who have no previous experience of Anglican Liturgy and ritual. They include live music, sermons relative to learning to follow Jesus in the 21st century, prayer and communion. Children ( grades 6 and under) meet separately at 9:15 and 11:15 and Youth ( grades 7 and up) meet at a special Erupt Youth Service from 9:15 to 11:00. Each has their own age appropriate teaching and worship. All worship services are held at 69 Queen Street South, Mississauga (Streetsville), Ontario, Canada( a community 45 minutes west of Toronto). Click here for map to Trinity Anglican Church Streetsville. Trinity Anglican Church
Anglican Library Society For libraries and archives of the anglican Communion. With information and links. http://stpaulsparish.org/AngLibSociety/
St. Thomas Church - Redirect Includes parish location and history, a purpose statement, information about Worship, staff and clergy, scheduled events, group activities, contact information and related links. http://www.nfld.net/stthomas
Extractions: The General Convention of The Episcopal Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of America will be held on September 16-18, hosted by the Anglican Church of the Good Shepherd, Myrtle Beach, SC. Events include: A proposal to affiliate with Forward in Faith North America. Constitutional and Canonical changes to expand the work of the EOC on a national level. The ordination, God willing, of Mr. Sidney Everett to the Diaconate and the Revd David Cavalli and the Revd Jim Helton to the Priesthood. The presentation of new national Financial Development and Communications programs and their respective Directors. The Orthodox Anglican Communion The Orthodox Anglican Communion, established in the 1967 as a self-governing Anglican body, is a worldwide fellowship of national churches committed to the OLD PATHS of the Holy Church. One of the first such Communions to be formed outside of the See of Canterbury, it is today one of the largest such fellowships in the world. The Communion is represented in the United States of America by the Episcopal Orthodox Church. Archbishop Scott E. McLaughlin is Primate of the Orthodox Anglican Communion and Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Orthodox Church.
Home A church deeply rooted in Biblical truth with historical anglican faith and practice in its worship. Lists events, news, background, and related links. http://www.st-timothy.com/
Extractions: (map) Home Site Map Website maintained by Vondette.com Home About Us Contacts Calendar Services Alpha 40 Days of Community Newsletters September 2002 December 2002 February 2003 April 2003 June 2003 September 2003 October 2003 December 2003 February 2004 September 2004 December 2004 March 2005 June 2005 Links Bible Search Search Site Map
Extractions: The "heavenly birthday" of Anselm is also that of Peter Abelard, a brilliant lecturer, debater, and philosopher of the following generation. Anselm and Abelard are often regarded as two poles in Christian understanding of the Atonement (see articles cited in the entry for Anselm ). (Note: In books and articles about Abelard, you may find references to his dealings, not always friendly, with a scholar named Anselm of Laon. This man should not be confused with Anselm of Canterbury.) Pierre du Pallet (who while at college took the nickname "Abelard" as his surname) was born in 1079 at Palets, a Breton town near Nantes, of parents who belonged to the minor nobility. His lifetime coincides with the great era of Gothic cathedral-building in France and elsewhere, and with the rise of the great medieval universities at Paris, Chartres, Bologna, Oxford, and elsewhere. Abelard from his earliest years showed an aptitude and inclination for an academic career, and as a young man entered the University of Paris, where he rapidly acquired a reputation for intelligence, wit, debating skill, arrogance, and embarrassing his professors. In his day, theologians tended to prove their points chiefly by quoting statements from the Church Fathers. Abelard produced a book called
Welcome To The Guildford Diocese anglican parishes provide more youth and childrens workers by far than any otherorganisation in the region. The Rt Revd Christopher Hill, http://www.cofeguildford.org.uk/
Extractions: return to homepage Th Diocese of Guildford Responding to the liberating love of God in Christ - Serving all who live and work in the Diocese W elcome to the Diocese of Guildfords website. The Diocese represents the ministry of the Church of England in Surrey and North East Hampshire. It covers an area of 500 square miles and includes two small sections of Greater London and Sussex. The Diocese consists of 164 parishes, some 217 churches and around 90 schools alongside an administrative network based at Diocesan House, Quarry Street, Guildford. Guildford Cathedral, visible for miles on Stag Hill close to the A3, is a prominent symbol of our presence in the area. Guildford Diocese has around 1000 trained ministers and clergy, many of them unpaid. This number includes chaplains, who often work with groups of volunteers serving colleges, hospitals, prisons and other centres of public life. Anglican parishes provide more youth and childrens workers by far than any other organisation in the region.
The Anglican Diocese Of Perú Member of the anglican Communion. Bilingual site EnglishSpanish. Introduction to anglicanism, mission statement, prayer requests. http://www.geocities.com/anglicanosperu/
Extractions: firstname.lastname@example.org SITE CONTENTS HOME Bishop's Welcome Support Prayer ... News Welcome to the Diocese of Perú The Diocese of Perú is a missionary diocese comprised of a few growing congregations, forming a part of the Body of Christ in South America's third largest country. We have congregations in Lima and Arequipa, as well as numerous programs and social outreach so desperately needed in this poor nation. As a missionary diocese , we rely on support from Missionary personnel, Missionary organizations, and direct support from churches and individuals. The Diocese of Perú is part of the Anglican Communion, which is both catholic and evangelical. This means that Christ is at the center of all that we do, and we experience Christ in a variety of different ways. Being catholic , we believe in the universality of what we do in our social outreach and prayer for others. We encounter Christ in the sacraments and in worship. Being evangelical we believe in the primacy of scripture and its as centrality to the faith and mission as vital to the spreading of the Gospel, another way that we encounter Christ.
Affirming Catholicism Affirming Catholicism The New Catholic Movement in the anglican Church. in the anglican/Episcopal Church. Affirming Catholicism began with a http://affirmingcatholicism.org/
Extractions: Affirming Catholicism The New Catholic Movement in the Anglican/Episcopal Church Affirming Catholicism began with a conference on Saturday 9 June, 1990, at St. Alban's church, Holborn - just outside the City of London. The clarion call from Rowan Williams, now Archbishop of Canterbury, was for Anglo-Catholics to affirm tradition 'in its proper and fullest sense', not as a 'lifeboat in which to escape the present' but as 'a crucible in which the experiment of Christian life is constantly tested'. Affirming Catholicism