Issue No 10Thursday 30 July 1998
The Official Newspaper of the
Lambeth Conference

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Mail Call: Conference organisers ask all participants to remember to check regularly for messages and to pick up daily post placed in the student boxes at the entrance of each college. Participants are also asked to note the announcements carried regularly on the video monitors around the campus.

Church Times reminder: Friday is publication day for the Church times whose team of reporters is covering the Conference. Early copies will be available for sale from mid-day today from the University shops at Park Wood Court and in Darwin, Eliot and Rutherford colleges.

Ceridwyn Coles (Diocese of Christchurch, New Zealand) invites feminists and other friends to offer theological reflections on Lambeth during an informal gathering today, 11.30am-12.30pm, in Tent 1 of the Spouses' Village. All interested Conference members are welcome.

Bishops of the Church in Nigeria invite all Conference participants to a presentation on evangelism in its congregations and dioceses.The gathering is set for 8pm tomorrow in the Franciscan Study Centre in Giles Lane. Washington DC Bishops Ronald Haines and Jane Holmes Dixon invite Conference participants to a presentation titled ``Lesbian and Gay Anglican Experience.'' Members of the organisations Changing Attitudes (UK) and Integrity (US) will offer the presentation today, 1.302.45pm, in Colt Lecture Theatre 1.

The ACC's former chairman, the Rev Canon Dr Colin Craston, will sign copies of his new book, Debtor to Grace, from 2.30 to 3pm on Tuesday,August 4, at the Anglican World stand in the Market Place. The book traces Craston's journey of faith and his reflections on 25 years of work in international church life.

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