Issue No 8Tuesday 28 July 1998
The Official Newspaper of the
Lambeth Conference

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The Compass Rose Society has donated $6,500 to the Sudan appeal last Sunday. The total now exceeds £10,000.

Church of Nigeria celebrates Decade of Evangelism: Do you know that the Church of Nigeria is one of the fastest growing provinces in the Anglican Communion? To hear more about this growth, Conference participants are invited by Nigeria's bishops to a presentation set for 8pm on Friday, July 31, in the Franciscan Study Centre at Giles Lane.

Spouses' Programme excursions: Outings to various scenic sites of interest are scheduled, including Sissinghurst Gardens, Romney Marsh, Walmer Castle and Gardens. Each desitination is a separate excursion, set for tomorrow, and again on August 5. Additional trips to Brogdale Orchards, Pilgrim Way Walk, and St Mary's Abbey (West Malling) are set for Friday, and again on August 7. Further information is available in the Spouses' Programme office.

Weekend arrangements: Bishops who have accepted diocesan hospitality over the weekend of August 1-2 and still have not checked in with Mrs Sue Humphriss are asked to do so as soon as possible at the Diocesan Hospitality Desk at the Enquiry Office between 11am and 7pm.

Pilgrimage to Walsingham on August 1: Bishops and spouses are invited for a day-long visit to the Roman Catholic National Shrine. Further information is available from Priest Administrator Martin Warner on 01328 820266.

Play a round with a bishop: Any bishop who would like to play golf on Saturday, August 1, should send his or her name to Canon John Sargant, Eliot College, or telephone 01903 859779.

Candlelight Pilgrimages are available for those wishing to visit Canterbury Cathedral tomorrow and on Monday, August 3, and on Friday, August 7. Arrangements may be secured with the Diocesan Hospitality Desk in the Giles Lane Enquiry Office. Transport to the Cathedral leaves Rutherford College at 7.30pm; tickets are priced at £4 each.

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