Andrew Paul Bartholomew White (born June 1964) was the vicar of St George's Church, Baghdad, the only Anglican church in Iraq, until his departure, ordered in November 2014 by the Archbishop of Canterbury due to security concerns. His parents were owners and managers of a local restaurant in London. 1. Before revoking a licence under paragraph 5 or 5B(a), the bishop of a diocese must consult the registrar of the diocese. Due Celebration of Sundays and Holy-days. (1) The bishop of a diocese may not license a person to exercise the office of reader in the diocese unless the bishop is satisfied that the person has undergone suitable training in matters relating to the safeguarding of children and vulnerable adults. 6. They shall discharge such duties as are by law and custom assigned to them; they shall be foremost in representing the laity and in co-operating with the incumbent; they shall use their best endeavours by example and precept to encourage the parishioners in the practice of true religion and to promote unity and peace among them. In the churchwardens is vested the property in the plate, ornaments, and other movable goods of the church, and they shall keep an inventory thereof which they shall revise from time to time as occasion may require. A canon (from the Latin canonicus, itself derived from the Greek κανονικός, kanonikós, "relating to a rule", "regular") is a member of certain bodies subject to an ecclesiastical rule.. 6. A lay worker may in the place where he or she is licensed to serve, and under the direction of the minister, lead the people in public worship, exercise pastoral care, evangelize, instruct the people in the Christian faith, and prepare them for the reception of the sacraments. Lay workers can be licensed to carry Lay workers can be licensed to carry out various duties as set out in Canon E7. who wonderfully created us in your own image (b)  is included in a barred list (within the meaning of the Safeguarding Vulnerable Groups Act 2006). (1) A person is disqualified from serving as a lay worker in any diocese if the person -. Church of England (Ecumenical Relations) Measure 1988 (Canons B 43 and B 44) 203 Clergy (Ordination) Measure 1990 – Directions made jointly by the Archbishops (Canon C 4) 204 Churches in communion with the Church of England (Canon C 8) 206 Index 209 Contents x 5. 5B. (c)  put a child or vulnerable adult at risk of harm, (d)  attempt to harm a child or vulnerable adult, or. (a)  in accordance with Canon B 11 be authorized and invited to say or sing Morning or Evening Prayer (save for the Absolution); (b)  distribute the holy sacrament of the Lord's Supper to the people and read the Epistle and the Gospel. Believe and Trust: Holy Communion with Baptism, 8. A licence authorizing a reader who is not subject to Common Tenure to serve in a benefice in respect of which a team ministry is established may be in a form which specifies the term of years for which the licence shall have effect. 5. Church of England warning that secret society may not be compatible with Christianity echoes concerns from 1987 The Freemasons’ Hall in central … Before revoking a licence under paragraph 3 or 3B(a), the bishop of a diocese must consult the registrar of the diocese. Where a bishop has granted a licence to a lay worker who is not subject to Common Tenure to serve in his diocese for a term of years specified in the licence, the bishop may revoke that licence under paragraph 5 of this Canon before the expiration of that term, and where he does so that lay worker shall have the like right of appeal as any other lay worker whose licence is revoked under that paragraph. 1. (a)  the archdeacon of each archdeaconry in the diocese. 4 0 obj (ii)  subscribing a declaration to that effect and also that he is not disqualified under section 2(1), (2) or (3) of the Churchwardens Measure 2001. The canon enables lay people to be recognised as church ministers called by God to a changing world. 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The Church of England has spawned Anglican churches worldwide. (b)  In relation to a filling of a casual vacancy the reference in paragraph (a) above to 31 July shall be construed as a reference to a date three months after the person who is to fill the vacancy is chosen or the date of the next annual meeting of the parishioners to elect churchwardens, whichever is the earlier. (b)  cause a child or vulnerable adult to be harmed. When Elizabeth I became queen in 1558, the independent Church of England was reestablished. A lay person, whether man or woman, who is baptized and confirmed and who satisfies the bishop that he is a regular communicant of the Church of England may be admitted by the bishop of the diocese to the office of reader in the Church and licensed by him to perform the duties which may lawfully be performed by a reader according to the provisions of paragraph 2 of this Canon or which may from time to time be so determined by Act of Synod. Where the see of the archbishop is vacant or the archbishop is also the bishop of the diocese concerned, any reference in the preceding provisions of this paragraph to the archbishop of the province shall be construed as a reference to the archbishop of the other province, but any bishop appointed by the archbishop of the other province by virtue of this paragraph shall be a bishop serving in the province which contains the diocese concerned. The members of the Church of England are professed Christians, and claim to be baptized members of the Church of Christ. and where (a) applies, the provisions of paragraph 3A relating to a right of appeal apply as they apply in case of a reader who is not subject to Common Tenure. In any parish in which the services of a parish clerk, sexton, verger, or other officer are required the minister and the parochial church council may in accordance with the law appoint some fit and proper person to these offices to perform such services upon such terms and conditions as they may think fit. 3 0 obj and where (a) applies, the provisions of paragraph 5A relating to a right of appeal apply as they apply in the case of a lay worker who is not subject to Common Tenure. -4nd so i t comes about that many ancient ecclesiastical laws which have disappeared from the jurisprudence of the Latin Church are still in vigour in the Church of England. Every reader who is to be licensed to exercise his office in any diocese shall first, in the presence of the bishop by whom he is to be licensed, or of the commissary of such bishop, (a) make the declarations of assent and of obedience in the form and manner prescribed by paragraph 4 of Canon E 5; (b) make and subscribe the declaration following: I, A B, about to be licensed to exercise the office of reader in the parish (or diocese) of C, do hereby promise to endeavour, as far as in me lies, to promote peace and unity, and to conduct myself as becomes a worker for Christ, for the good of his Church, and for the spiritual welfare of all people. 4. 5A. In the case of a lay worker who is subject to Common Tenure, the bishop may revoke any licence granted to the lay worker only -, (a)  on the grounds of the worker's misconduct, including any act or omission relating to matters involving ritual, doctrine or ceremonial, or. The bishop shall admit a person to the office of reader by the delivery of the New Testament, but without imposition of hands. The sidesmen of the parish shall be appointed by the parochial church council. <> 5. The principal body of canon law enacted since the Reformation is the Book of Canons approved by the Convocations of Canterbury and York in 1604 and 1606 respectively. Increasingly, such people would be in a pioneering mission … On going out of office they shall duly deliver to their successors any goods of the church remaining in their hands together with the said inventory, which shall be checked by their successors. and yet more wonderfully restored us 3. 9 A person whose licence to exercise the office of reader is revoked or suspended may not vest in a church or chapel during divine service. (2) The bishop of a diocese shall ensure that there are arrangements in place for providing persons licensed as lay workers in the diocese with suitable training in matters relating to the safeguarding of children and vulnerable adults. (10) Having served a notice of suspension or revocation under this paragraph, the bishop shall give each of the following written notification -. 4. through your Son Jesus Christ: (b)  in accordance with the capability procedures. On such an appeal the archbishop may either hear the appeal himself or appoint a person holding the office of diocesan bishop or suffragan bishop in his province (otherwise than in the diocese concerned) to hear the appeal in his place; and, after hearing the appeal or, if he has appointed a bishop to hear the appeal in his place, after receiving a report in writing from that bishop, the archbishop may confirm, vary or cancel the revocation of the licence as he considers just and proper, and there shall be no appeal from the decision of the archbishop. It shall be the duty of the sidesmen to promote the cause of true religion in the parish and to assist the churchwardens in the discharge of their duties in maintaining order and decency in the church and churchyard, especially during the time of divine service. Church of England officials dismissed claims that a priest was sexually abusing young men as "drunkenness", a report has found.. Granville Gibson was … (7) If, in the case of a suspension made in reliance on paragraph (l)(a), the matter is not concluded before the expiry of the period referred to in paragraph (6)(a), a further notice of suspension may be given under paragraph (2) to the person; and paragraph (6) and this paragraph apply to the further suspension as they applied to the earlier suspension or suspensions. 7. I, A B, will give due obedience to the Lord Bishop of C and his successors in all things lawful and honest. E8 IN S I D E By Amaris Cole POP MUSIC now outplays hymns two to one at funerals, according to the leading funeral provider in the UK. In the case of a reader subject to Common Tenure, the bishop of the diocese may revoke any licence granted to the reader only -, (a)  on the grounds of the reader's misconduct, including any act or omission relating to matters involving ritual, doctrine or ceremonial, or. 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3. Light to the World: Holy Communion in Epiphany, 11. 3A. (2) On an appeal under this paragraph, the president of tribunals may, within 28 days following the lodging of the appeal, either confirm or revoke the suspension. The Faith and Order Commission. (a)  At a time and place to be appointed by the bishop annually, being on a date not later than 31 July in each year, each person chosen for the office of churchwarden shall appear before the bishop, or his substitute duly appointed, and be admitted to the office of churchwarden after -, (i)  making a declaration in the presence of the bishop or his substitute, that he will faithfully and diligently perform the duties of his office; and. They shall also maintain order and decency in the church and churchyard, especially during the time of divine service. Almighty God, To form a general idea of Anglicanism as a religious system, it will be convenient to sketch it in rough outline as it exists in the Established Church of England, bearing in mind that there are differences in detail, mainly in liturgy and church-government, to be found in other portions of the Anglican communion. The bishop of a diocese may suspend a licence granted to a reader by giving the person notice in writing, pending a decision on whether to revoke the licence under paragraph 3 or 3B(a). The bishop of a diocese may by notice in writing revoke summarily, and without further process, any licence granted to a lay worker who is not subject to Common Tenure within his diocese for any cause which appears to him to be good and reasonable, after having given the lay worker sufficient opportunity of showing reason to the contrary; and the notice shall notify the lay worker that he may, within 28 days from the date on which he receives the notice, appeal to the archbishop of the province in which that diocese is situated. (2) The bishop of a diocese shall ensure that there are arrangements in place for providing persons licensed to exercise the office of reader in the diocese with suitable training in matters relating to the safeguarding of children and vulnerable adults. 14th Century Stoke Canon Church. The bishop of a diocese may by notice in writing revoke summarily, and without further process, any licence granted to a reader who is not subject to Common Tenure within his diocese for any cause which appears to him to be good and reasonable, after having given the reader sufficient opportunity of showing reason to the contrary; and the notice shall notify the reader that he may, within 28 days from the date on which he receives the notice, appeal to the archbishop of the province in which that diocese is situated. Known as the "Vicar of Baghdad", White is former president of the Foundation for Relief and Reconciliation in the Middle East. 2A. 1A. He earned his AB at the College of William and Mary in 1993 before attending Duke Divinity School, where his MTS focused on the theology of the Caroline Divines. Libraries and archives. (2) The bishop of the diocese may suspend the person's licence by giving the person notice in writing. Available as a book & ebook from Church House Publishing. 5C. 5D. 3. They are the body which has legal responsibility for the cathedral, and for electing the (arch)bishop. The Church of Ireland has 43 Canons (listed in Chapter IX of the Constitution) which cover how we conduct services of worship (including Holy Communion), ordination and the duties of clergy, the role of readers, and other aspects of governance, including the consecration and use of churches and church yards. In Penitence and Faith: a Service in Lent, 7. (4) A notice under paragraph (3) must specify the bishop's reasons for giving the waiver. (a)  to visit the sick, to read and pray with them, to teach in Sunday school and elsewhere, and generally to undertake such pastoral and educational work and to give such assistance to any minister as the bishop may direct; (b)  during the time of divine service to read Morning and Evening Prayer (save for the Absolution), to publish banns of marriage at Morning and Evening Prayer (on occasions on which a layman is permitted by the statute law so to do, and in accordance with the requirements of that law), to read the word of God, to preach, to catechize the children, and to receive and present the offerings of the people; (c)  to distribute the holy sacrament of the Lord's Supper to the people. 6. No person whose name is not on the church electoral roll is eligible as a sidesman, but all persons whose names are on the roll are so eligible. (e)  each suffragan bishop of the diocese, (g)  the diocesan safeguarding advisor, and. The Statute of the Six Articles, passed in 1540, declared that "auricular confession is expedient and necessary to be retained and continued, used and frequented in the Church of God". 4. (e)  incite another person to harm a child or vulnerable adult. A candidate for the office of reader in a parish or district shall be nominated to the bishop by the minister of that parish or district; and a candidate for the said office in a wider area by one of the rural deans or archdeacons after consultation with the minister of his parish or district. <> Andrew Paul Bartholomew White (born June 1964) was the vicar of St George's Church, Baghdad, the only Anglican church in Iraq, until his departure, ordered in November 2014 by the Archbishop of Canterbury due to security concerns. His parents were owners and managers of a local restaurant in London. 1. Before revoking a licence under paragraph 5 or 5B(a), the bishop of a diocese must consult the registrar of the diocese. Due Celebration of Sundays and Holy-days. (1) The bishop of a diocese may not license a person to exercise the office of reader in the diocese unless the bishop is satisfied that the person has undergone suitable training in matters relating to the safeguarding of children and vulnerable adults. 6. They shall discharge such duties as are by law and custom assigned to them; they shall be foremost in representing the laity and in co-operating with the incumbent; they shall use their best endeavours by example and precept to encourage the parishioners in the practice of true religion and to promote unity and peace among them. In the churchwardens is vested the property in the plate, ornaments, and other movable goods of the church, and they shall keep an inventory thereof which they shall revise from time to time as occasion may require. A canon (from the Latin canonicus, itself derived from the Greek κανονικός, kanonikós, "relating to a rule", "regular") is a member of certain bodies subject to an ecclesiastical rule.. 6. A lay worker may in the place where he or she is licensed to serve, and under the direction of the minister, lead the people in public worship, exercise pastoral care, evangelize, instruct the people in the Christian faith, and prepare them for the reception of the sacraments. Lay workers can be licensed to carry Lay workers can be licensed to carry out various duties as set out in Canon E7. who wonderfully created us in your own image (b)  is included in a barred list (within the meaning of the Safeguarding Vulnerable Groups Act 2006). (1) A person is disqualified from serving as a lay worker in any diocese if the person -. Church of England (Ecumenical Relations) Measure 1988 (Canons B 43 and B 44) 203 Clergy (Ordination) Measure 1990 – Directions made jointly by the Archbishops (Canon C 4) 204 Churches in communion with the Church of England (Canon C 8) 206 Index 209 Contents x 5. 5B. (c)  put a child or vulnerable adult at risk of harm, (d)  attempt to harm a child or vulnerable adult, or. (a)  in accordance with Canon B 11 be authorized and invited to say or sing Morning or Evening Prayer (save for the Absolution); (b)  distribute the holy sacrament of the Lord's Supper to the people and read the Epistle and the Gospel. Believe and Trust: Holy Communion with Baptism, 8. A licence authorizing a reader who is not subject to Common Tenure to serve in a benefice in respect of which a team ministry is established may be in a form which specifies the term of years for which the licence shall have effect. 5. Church of England warning that secret society may not be compatible with Christianity echoes concerns from 1987 The Freemasons’ Hall in central … Before revoking a licence under paragraph 3 or 3B(a), the bishop of a diocese must consult the registrar of the diocese. Where a bishop has granted a licence to a lay worker who is not subject to Common Tenure to serve in his diocese for a term of years specified in the licence, the bishop may revoke that licence under paragraph 5 of this Canon before the expiration of that term, and where he does so that lay worker shall have the like right of appeal as any other lay worker whose licence is revoked under that paragraph. 1. (a)  the archdeacon of each archdeaconry in the diocese. 4 0 obj (ii)  subscribing a declaration to that effect and also that he is not disqualified under section 2(1), (2) or (3) of the Churchwardens Measure 2001. The canon enables lay people to be recognised as church ministers called by God to a changing world. 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The Church of England has spawned Anglican churches worldwide. (b)  In relation to a filling of a casual vacancy the reference in paragraph (a) above to 31 July shall be construed as a reference to a date three months after the person who is to fill the vacancy is chosen or the date of the next annual meeting of the parishioners to elect churchwardens, whichever is the earlier. (b)  cause a child or vulnerable adult to be harmed. When Elizabeth I became queen in 1558, the independent Church of England was reestablished. A lay person, whether man or woman, who is baptized and confirmed and who satisfies the bishop that he is a regular communicant of the Church of England may be admitted by the bishop of the diocese to the office of reader in the Church and licensed by him to perform the duties which may lawfully be performed by a reader according to the provisions of paragraph 2 of this Canon or which may from time to time be so determined by Act of Synod. Where the see of the archbishop is vacant or the archbishop is also the bishop of the diocese concerned, any reference in the preceding provisions of this paragraph to the archbishop of the province shall be construed as a reference to the archbishop of the other province, but any bishop appointed by the archbishop of the other province by virtue of this paragraph shall be a bishop serving in the province which contains the diocese concerned. The members of the Church of England are professed Christians, and claim to be baptized members of the Church of Christ. and where (a) applies, the provisions of paragraph 3A relating to a right of appeal apply as they apply in case of a reader who is not subject to Common Tenure. In any parish in which the services of a parish clerk, sexton, verger, or other officer are required the minister and the parochial church council may in accordance with the law appoint some fit and proper person to these offices to perform such services upon such terms and conditions as they may think fit. 3 0 obj and where (a) applies, the provisions of paragraph 5A relating to a right of appeal apply as they apply in the case of a lay worker who is not subject to Common Tenure. -4nd so i t comes about that many ancient ecclesiastical laws which have disappeared from the jurisprudence of the Latin Church are still in vigour in the Church of England. Every reader who is to be licensed to exercise his office in any diocese shall first, in the presence of the bishop by whom he is to be licensed, or of the commissary of such bishop, (a) make the declarations of assent and of obedience in the form and manner prescribed by paragraph 4 of Canon E 5; (b) make and subscribe the declaration following: I, A B, about to be licensed to exercise the office of reader in the parish (or diocese) of C, do hereby promise to endeavour, as far as in me lies, to promote peace and unity, and to conduct myself as becomes a worker for Christ, for the good of his Church, and for the spiritual welfare of all people. 4. 5A. In the case of a lay worker who is subject to Common Tenure, the bishop may revoke any licence granted to the lay worker only -, (a)  on the grounds of the worker's misconduct, including any act or omission relating to matters involving ritual, doctrine or ceremonial, or. The bishop shall admit a person to the office of reader by the delivery of the New Testament, but without imposition of hands. The sidesmen of the parish shall be appointed by the parochial church council. <> 5. The principal body of canon law enacted since the Reformation is the Book of Canons approved by the Convocations of Canterbury and York in 1604 and 1606 respectively. Increasingly, such people would be in a pioneering mission … On going out of office they shall duly deliver to their successors any goods of the church remaining in their hands together with the said inventory, which shall be checked by their successors. and yet more wonderfully restored us 3. 9 A person whose licence to exercise the office of reader is revoked or suspended may not vest in a church or chapel during divine service. (2) The bishop of a diocese shall ensure that there are arrangements in place for providing persons licensed as lay workers in the diocese with suitable training in matters relating to the safeguarding of children and vulnerable adults. (10) Having served a notice of suspension or revocation under this paragraph, the bishop shall give each of the following written notification -. 4. through your Son Jesus Christ: (b)  in accordance with the capability procedures. On such an appeal the archbishop may either hear the appeal himself or appoint a person holding the office of diocesan bishop or suffragan bishop in his province (otherwise than in the diocese concerned) to hear the appeal in his place; and, after hearing the appeal or, if he has appointed a bishop to hear the appeal in his place, after receiving a report in writing from that bishop, the archbishop may confirm, vary or cancel the revocation of the licence as he considers just and proper, and there shall be no appeal from the decision of the archbishop. It shall be the duty of the sidesmen to promote the cause of true religion in the parish and to assist the churchwardens in the discharge of their duties in maintaining order and decency in the church and churchyard, especially during the time of divine service. Church of England officials dismissed claims that a priest was sexually abusing young men as "drunkenness", a report has found.. Granville Gibson was … (7) If, in the case of a suspension made in reliance on paragraph (l)(a), the matter is not concluded before the expiry of the period referred to in paragraph (6)(a), a further notice of suspension may be given under paragraph (2) to the person; and paragraph (6) and this paragraph apply to the further suspension as they applied to the earlier suspension or suspensions. 7. I, A B, will give due obedience to the Lord Bishop of C and his successors in all things lawful and honest. E8 IN S I D E By Amaris Cole POP MUSIC now outplays hymns two to one at funerals, according to the leading funeral provider in the UK. In the case of a reader subject to Common Tenure, the bishop of the diocese may revoke any licence granted to the reader only -, (a)  on the grounds of the reader's misconduct, including any act or omission relating to matters involving ritual, doctrine or ceremonial, or. 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