Monthly Archives: Dec 2017
ANGLICAN NEWS 15 DEC 2017
Anglican Church slams move by Rescue Churchie on child abuse
St Helen’s Bishopgate hints it will leave Church of England unless next Bishop of London is conservative on sex
Prince Charles’ accession ‘could spark debate over disestablishment’ say secularists
Australian Anglican Church says culture has changed
The ties that bind our Anglican Communion family
Anglican priests ordained as Catholic priests after not being happy at gay marriage acceptance
Newcastle Anglican diocese had ‘do nothing’ approach to child abuse: royal commission
Purpose-built Anglican church opens in London for first time in 40 years
Exploration of diaconate in Anglican, Roman Catholic and Ukrainian Catholic churches
Church without walls uses food truck to drive home Christian mission
Disgraced former Anglican bishop becoming Catholic to ‘live and worship in anonymity’
‘This is not a threat’: breakaway Anglican Mission in England defends its first ordinations
Archbishop calls for tolerance, harmony and mutual respect in the Holy City of Jerusalem
Anglican Communion Secretary General “excited” by his new peace role in Nigeria
Round-table discussion explores how to support bishops in their ministry
Anglican Guild tackles mending of relationships in a Godly way
Click here for the list of Collects for Year B: Advent 2017 – to – Advent 2018.
Please send comments on the Collects to:
The Revd. Canon Cynthia Botha at firstname.lastname@example.org
Convenor, Liturgical Committee
Two resources available from the Publishing Committee:
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St Mark the Evangelist: the gospel for today by John Suggit
This booklet was written to celebrate the centenary of St Mark’s parish in Athlone ( 1901-2001). Copies are still available at R70 each + R48.75 postage.
Some Comments on the book:
the book offers something to theologians, pastors and bible study groups. Particularly outstanding is its relevance to the South African context….
John Suggit shows how openness tot he claims of Jesus in Mark leads to new and unexpected possibilities for those who have the courage to follow as his disciples, even when they fail.
Thoughts for the Week Year B
A series of meditations based on Bible passages from the Lectionary for Year B
Advent to Christ the King prepared by the Revd. David Gooday
Copies available at R25 + R48.75 postage (tracking number) or R10 (ordinary post)
From the Provincial Executive Officer:
The names of three candidates namely, the Revd S. Bam, the Ven Moses Madywabe and Bishop S Seleoane, were considered for the election of a Bishop for the vacant See of the Diocese of Khahlamba today.
After the first ballot, the Ven Moses Madywabe was elected as the second Bishop of Khahlamba.
Please keep the Bishop Elect, Moses, his wife Thembisa and children in your prayers.
The Ven Horace Arenz