Monthly Archives: December 2010

Ugandan Bishop speaks out on homosexuality

SAN DIEGO – The Right Rev. Christopher Senyonjo could have retired in 1998 as Bishop of the Diocese of West Burganda, Uganda, with his pension and the satisfaction of serving the Anglican Church faithfully for many years. But in 2001, he … Continue reading

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U.S. ‘Don’t ask – Don’t tell policy’ re-visited

Evangelicals remain counter-culture on homosexuality by Russ Jones OneNewsNow http://www.onenewsnow.com/Culture/Default.aspx?id=1245696 December 3, 2010 According to a recent Pew Research survey, the homosexual lifestyle is gaining approval among a growing number of Americans who call themselves Christians. In the national survey … Continue reading

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Funeral of Colin Slee

         at Southwark Cathedral Saturday 4 December 2010  London SE1 website team   More than 1,000 people packed into Southwark Cathedral on Saturday morning for the funeral of the Very Revd Colin Slee. THE VERY REVEREND COLIN SLEE Dean of Southwark who has … Continue reading

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Tribute to Colin Slee by Jeffrey John

 Saturday 4 dec 2010 Requiem Eucharist to celebrate the life of                                Colin Bruce Slee OBE Preacher: The Very Revd Dr Jeffrey John, Dean of St Albans Text: Job 23. 8-14; 2 Corinthians 4. 7-18; Luke 24. 13-35 One of the … Continue reading

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more about GAFCON and the Covenant

George Conger writes in the Church of England Newspaper today: Gafcon primates vote of no confidence in the Covenant. The Anglican Covenant is too little and too late, to hold the Anglican Communion together, the leaders of the Gafcon movement … Continue reading

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A page from ‘Thinking Anglicans’ blog

  “The statement (by GAFCON/FACA Group)rejects the Anglican Covenant, the leadership of the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Primates Meeting, the Anglican Communion as it is presently constituted – and swathes of Anglican history, experience and tradition.” – Colin Coward, Inclusive … Continue reading

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C.of E. Retiring bishop – on The COVENANT

  Bishop John Saxbee on the Anglican Covenant John Saxbee, Bishop of Lincoln, spoke about the Anglican Covenant at the November 2010 General Synod, last week. This audio recordings are available here. Below is my transcription of the Bishop’s speech which … Continue reading

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Bishop Graham Kings Interview- Fulcrum

Interview with Graham Kings Q.  How significant will this week prove to be in the history of the Anglican Communion? A.  I think it is very significant because the General Synod gave an overwhelming vote in support of the Covenant. It was … Continue reading

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Inclusive Church – Report after General Synod

Anglican Covenant – dangerous progress in Synod? Or GAFCON statement – dangerous threat withdraws? Archbishop Rowan began his presidential address to Synod in Church House last week by referring to a sermon preached by John Wesley on ‘The Catholic Spirit’ … Continue reading

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Trinity Espicopalian, Wall St., New York

Trinity Concert Series creator makes church music his mission IT’S A LIVING FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 2010   WHO: Kyle P. Ramey, organist and choirmaster at Trinity Episcopal Church, 227 Sherman St., Watertown. He created the Trinity Concert Series at the church. … Continue reading

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