Locum help for Anglican Church - Walcha News

Locum help for Anglican ChurchWalcha NewsPhilip and Diane North arrived in Walcha earlier this month for Philip to undertake the role as a locum Anglican Vicar until the end of June.

 

Canadian oil not good enough for the USA so Canada exports foetuses instead

The US has postponed the decision whether it is ethically permissible to transport Canadian oil via the Keystone pipeline to supply energy to Texas.

 

"Leadership not for the elderly alone" says Zambian young Anglican

A young Anglican from Zambia has challenged older people in the Church to give young people the opportunity to lead saying, “leadership is not meant for the elderly alone.”

 

Anglican Church of Canada launches 'Jerusalem Sunday'

The Anglican Church of Canada has announced a new annual church observance "to celebrate companionship in God’s mission with the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem.

 

GAFCON and the Road Ahead for Conciliar Governance

Declaring GAFCON an “Instrument of Unity” is a critique of the failure of the existing Instruments of Unity” to hold the Communion together in the face of unilateral revisions of faith and practice by Anglican churches in the west (by this I mean the failure in the last ten years of the office of the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Lambeth Conference of Bishops, and Primates gatherings and the Anglican Consultative Council). This is not news.

 

Fort Worth Court Denies TEC Motion to Stay Proceedings

April 24, 2014

In compliance with the mandate issued by the Texas Supreme Court on March 21st, today the 141st District Court in Fort Worth agreed to move forward with a new trial in the property suit brought five years ago by The Episcopal Church against the Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth. It is anticipated that the next major event in the proceedings will be a hearing on motion for summary judgment sometime this fall, when neutral principles of law concerning trusts and property ownership in the State of Texas will be applied in the dispute.

 

(Dio of FW) Fort Worth court denies TEC motion to stay proceedings

In compliance with the mandate issued by the Texas Supreme Court on March 21st, today the 141st District Court in Fort Worth agreed to move forward with a new trial in the property suit brought five years ago by The Episcopal Church against the Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth. It is anticipated that the next major event in the proceedings will be a hearing on motion for summary judgment sometime this fall, when neutral principles of law concerning trusts and property ownership in the State of Texas will be applied in the dispute.

 

LONDON, ONT: Christ Anglican Church closes 151-year-old doors

LONDON, ONT: Christ Anglican Church closes 151-year-old doorsBy Craig GilbertApril 21, 2014It’s not a death in the family but for the 40 remaining parishioners at London’s second-oldest Anglican church, it sure feels like one.Christ Anglican Church at the corner of Wellington Road and Hill Street hosted its final service on Easter Sunday (April 20).

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