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The Anglican Christians Community helps Anglicans, Episcopalians and members of the Church of England share the worldwide fellowship of the Anglican Communion by linking their church websites and their personal pages.



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   Nicene Creed Preview Go
1979 Book of Common Prayer version from the Episcopal Church
   Anglican Church of Australia Preview Go
Autonomous church of the Anglican Communion. With 3.7 million members it is the second largest denomination in Australia.
   Anglican Communion News Preview Go
The latest headlines with summary information from the Anglican Communion News Service.

   St. Barnabas Episcopal Church Preview Go
Established in Hartselle, Alabama in 1985, the mission of Saint Barnabas Parish is to seek and serve Christ in all individuals.
   Canadian Anglican Blog Preview Go
Churches, recent events in and history of the Anglican Church in Canada.
   St Andrew's Episcopal, Petersburg, Alaska Preview Go
A parish of the Episcopal Diocese of Alaska. The Episcopal Branch of the One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church in Alaska.
   One Man's Answers to Prayer Preview Go
Prairie Chicken Episode from Arthur Custance's 1972 Doorway Paper
   Bishop Charles Inglis Preview Go
First Colonial Bishop of the Church of England. Dr. Inglis, who had been Rector of Trinity Church, New York, during the progress of the Revolutionary War, was consecrated Bishop of Nova Scotia in 1787.
   Parish Church of St. Michael and All Angels, Croydon Preview Go
Information about the Parish Church of St. Michael and All angels with St. James, Croydon, the worship and history but focussing especially on the music - choir and organ.
   West Gallery Churches Preview Go
A pictorial record of those churches and chapels which still contain west galleries, two- and three-decker pulpits, box-pews and other furniture and fittings, from the period when singers and their accompanying instruments used metrical psalms from manuscript quire books, the use of hymns during church services was forbidden, and the number of organs was limited to the more wealthy town parishes.

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