- A Brief Introit
- The Via Media
- Council of St Helena with Christ Church and All Saints
- All Saints Community Moda / Church of the Resurrection Aynalicesme
- British Community
- Quotes about the Bible
- Texts from the Bible to learn by heart
- The English Chaplaincy Istanbul in your Will
- A Catechism to be learned by every person before s/he be brought to be Confirmed by the Bishop.
- The Church of England
Feb 23, 2014
Feb 22, 2014
This one, rather than being an 'Ottoman Horrible Histories', as someone put it, will be slightly different: its title is "TS Eliot, poetry and the First World War". Dr Alexander is a young British academic currently teaching political science at Bilkent University. He's going to talk about war and poetry in relation to each other by contrasting the war poets (Owen, Sassoon, etc) and the modernists (Eliot, Pound etc). He will talk about the revolutions that occurred in poetry which may (or may not) have been associated with the Great War.
Once again, you can buy tickets directly from Father Ian at the Sunday service, you can transfer the money directly to the church bank account (details below) or pay on the night if that's easier.
We have 2 more lectures after this one: 14th April Sean McMeekin (1914: Countdown to War) and 23rd June, Philip Mansel (From Mehmed II to World War I: the Ottoman Empire and Europe). There is a special discounted price of 120TL (100TL for concessions) for the 3 remaining lectures.
All details on the blog - www.crimeanchurchlectures.blogspot.com
Bank details: Garanti Bank Branch number 28 (Taksim)
Account number 6658585
Name: Ian Sherwood
Feb 18, 2014
Feb 11, 2014
Speech Bubbles Auditions for 'HAIR' on Sunday 16th February at ITI
The American Tribal Love Rock Musical
Auditions on Sunday 16th February
10.30 for chorus parts
12.00 for Lead Roles
Eski Büyükdere Caddesi,
Silahtaroğlu Sok. No. 7 Kat:2,
For a map: http://iti-istanbul.com/ click on "About ITI- Istanbul" and "contacts"
Questions?: Tom Godfrey firstname.lastname@example.org
If you audition for a leading role you should come prepared to sing a song from the show.
Berger – Tribe leader who fights the social norms of society.Song: Going Down
Claude – A young man from the mid-west came to New York to register for the draft and Berger's best friend Song: Manchester
Sheila – A girl from a very affluent family who "dropped-out" to be with Berger Song: Goodmorning Starshine
Woof – Tribe member who is not sure about his sexuality Song: Sodomy
Hud – An African-American fighting racial inequality Song for audition: Colored Spade.
Dionne – Hud's girlfriend "mother figure" for Jeannie andCrissy Song: Aquarius
Jeannie - Everybody's girlfriend but in love with Claude Song: Air
Crissy – Jeannie's friend and youngest member of the Tribe Song: Frank Mills
Tribe 10 white and 10 black (if possible) & amp; Band – Tribe members play different characters in the play i.e. moms, dads etc.
Feb 3, 2014
Nov 11, 2013
Mar 14, 2013
Jan 2, 2013
The Church of England is part of the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church. It worships the one true God, who is Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
It professes the faith that is uniquely revealed in the Bible and set forth in the Catholic Creeds (the statements of faith developed in the Early Church that are still used in the Church's worship today). The Church is called to proclaim that faith afresh in each generation. Led by the Holy Spirit, the Church of England bore witness to Christian truth in historic texts that were developed in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries: the Thirty-nine Articles of Religion, the Book of Common Prayer and the Ordinal (services for ordaining bishops, priests and deacons).
The bishops, priests and deacons of the Church of England and also some laypeople (Readers and certain lay officers) are required to declare their loyalty to this inheritance of faith as their 'inspiration and guidance under God in bringing the grace and truth of Christ to this generation and making Him known to those in [their] care'. They do so by making a Declaration of Assent. The version for bishops, priests and deacons reads:
"I, [name], do so affirm, and accordingly declare my belief in the faith
which is revealed in the Holy Scriptures and set forth in the catholic
creeds and to which the historic formularies of the Church of
England bear witness; and in public prayer and administration of the
sacraments, I will use only the forms of service which are authorized
or allowed by Canon."
The Declaration and its Preface (on which the text on this page is based) are set out in Canon C 15 of the Canons of the Church of England. They are also printed in Common Worship: Services and Prayers for the Church of England (page xi).
Read a short history of Anglicanism.