Porvoo Prayer Diary 2010 by cmlang

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									Porvoo Prayer Diary 2010 JANUARY
     3/1 - Tampere (Bishop Matti Repo), Manchester (Bishop Nigel McCulloch, Bishop Chris Edmondson, Bishop Mark Davies) 10/1 - Birmingham (Bishop David Urquhart, Bishop Andrew Watson), Cork Cloyne and Ross (Bishop Paul Colton) 17/1 - Bangor (Bishop Andrew John), Dublin and Glendalough (Archbishop John Neill) 24/1 - Worcester (Bishop John Inge, Bishop David Walker), Hamar (Bishop Solveig Fiske) 31/1- Bradford (Bishop David James), Limerick and Killaloe (Bishop Trevor Williams)

FEBRUARY
    7/2 - Peterborough (Bishop Donald Allister, Bishop Frank White), Meath and Kildare (Bishop Richard Clarke) 14/2 - Canterbury (Archbishop Rowan Willliams, Bishop Trevor Willmott, vacancy), Karlstad (Bishop Esbjorn Hagberg) 21/2 - Chelmsford (vacancy, Bishop David Hawkins, Bishop Laurie Green, Bishop Christopher Morgan), Denmark (Bishop Peter Skov-Jakobsen) 28/2 - Latvia (Archbishop Janis Vanags), Lichfield (Bishop Jonathan Gledhill, Bishop Mark Rylands, Bishop Gordon Mursell, Bishop Clive Gregory), St Davids (Bishop Wyn Evans)

MARCH
    7/3 - Lund (Bishop Antje Jackelen), Cashel and Ossory (Bishop Michael Burrows) 14/3 - Lincoln (Bishop John Saxbee, Bishop David Rossdale, Bishop Timothy Ellis), Armagh (Archbishop Alan Harper) 21/3 - Uppsala (Archbishop Anders Wejryd, Bishop Ragnar Persenius), Llandaff (Archbishop Barry Morgan) 28/3 - Derby (Bishop Alastair Redfern, Bishop Humphrey Southern), Clogher (Bishop Michael Jackson)

APRIL
    4/4 - Blackburn (Bishop Nicholas Reade, Bishop Geoffrey Pearson, Bishop John Goddard), Brechin (Bishop John Mantle) 11/4 - Gothenburg (Bishop Carl Axel Aurelius), Glasgow and Galloway (vacancy) 18/4 - Southwark (Bishop Tom Butler (retiring March 2010), Bishop Nicholas Baines, Bishop Richard Cheetham, Bishop Christopher Chessun), Björgvin (Bishop Halvor Nordhaug) 25/4 - Gloucester (Bishop Michael Perham, Bishop John Went), Västerås (Bishop Thomas Söderberg)

MAY
  2/5 - Guildford (Bishop Christopher Hill, Bishop Ian Brackley), Visby (Bishop Lennart Koskinen) 9/5 - Exeter (Bishop Michael Langrish, Bishop Robert Evens, Bishop John Ford, Nord-Hålogaland (Bishop Per Oskar Kjoelaas)

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16/5 - Hereford (Bishop Anthony Priddis, Bishop Alistair Magowan), The Lusitanian Church, Portugal (Bishop Fernando da Luz Soares) 23/5 - Iceland (Bishop Karl Sigurbjornsson, Bishop Sigurdur Sigurdarson, Bishop Jon Baldvinsson), The Spanish Reformed Episcopal Church (Bishop Carlos Lopez Lozano) 30/5 - Chichester (Bishop John Hind, Bishop Wallace Benn, Bishop Mark Sowerby), Mikkeli (Bishop Seppo Häkkinen)

JUNE
    6/6 - Linköping ((Bishop Martin Lind), Argyll and the Isles (vacancy), Connor (Bishop Alan Abernethy) 13/6 - Diocese in Europe (Bishop Geoffrey Rowell, Bishop David Hamid), Down and Dromore (Bishop Harold Miller) 20/6 - Ely (vacancy, Bishop David Thomson), Härnösand (Bishop Tuulikki Koivunen Bylund) 27/6 - Saint Albans (Bishop Alan Smith, Bishop Richard Inwood, Bishop Christopher Foster), Soer-Hålogaland (Bodoe) (Bishop Tor Berger Joergensen)

JULY
    4/7 - Newcastle (Bishop Martin Wharton), Moere (Molde) (Bishop Ingeborg Midttoemme) 11/7 - Skara (Bishop Erik Aurelius), Wakefield (Bishop Stephen Platten, Bishop Anthony Robinson) 18/7 - Lithuania (Bishop Mindaugas Sabutis), Derry and Raphoe (Bishop Kenneth Good) 25/7 -Bristol (Bishop Michael Hill, Bishop Lee Rayfield), Helsinki (Bishop Eero Huovinen)

AUGUST
     1/8 - Portsmouth (vacancy), Stockholm (Bishop Eva Brunne) 8/8 - Ripon and Leeds (Bishop John Packer, Bishop James Bell), Kilmore, Elphin and Ardagh (Bishop Kenneth Clarke) 15/8 - Turku (Archbishop Jukka Paarma, retiring during 2010, Bishop Kari Makinen), Edinburgh (Bishop Brian Smith) 22/8 - York (Archbishop John Sentamu, Bishop Richard Frith, Bishop Martin Wallace, Bishop Martin Warner), Espoo (Bishop Mikko Heikka) 29/8 - Salisbury (Bishop David Stancliffe, Bishop Stephen Conway, Bishop Graham Kings), St Asaph (Bishop Gregory Cameron)

SEPTEMBER
    5/9 - Tuam Killala and Achonry (Bishop Richard Henderson), Bath and Wells (Bishop Peter Price, Bishop Peter Maurice) 12/9 - Sheffield (Bishop Steven Croft, Bishop Cyril Ashton), Sodor and Man (Bishop Robert Paterson) 19/9 - Swansea and Brecon (Bishop John Davies), Leicester (Bishop Tim Stevens) 26/9 - Liverpool (Bishop James Jones, Bishop David Jennings), Monmouth (Bishop Dominic Walker)

OCTOBER

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3/10 - Nidaros (Bishop Tor Singsaas), London (Bishop Richard Chartres, Bishop Stephen Oliver, Bishop Peter Wheatley, Bishop Pete Broadbent, Bishop Paul Williams, Bishop John Broadhurst) 10/10 - Truro (Bishop Tim Thornton, Bishop Royden Screech), Tönsberg (Bishop Laila Riksaasen Dahl), Strängnäs (Bishop Hans-Erik Nordin) 17/10 - Växjö (Bishop Sven Thidevall), Oxford (Bishop John Pritchard, Bishop Stephen Cottrell, Bishop Colin Fletcher, Bishop Alan Wilson) 24/10 - Carlisle (Bishop James Newcome, vacancy), Stavanger (Erling Pettersen) 31/10 - Winchester (Bishop Michael Scott-Joynt, vacancies), Agder and Telemark (Bishop Olav Skjevesland)

NOVEMBER
    7/11 - Norwich (Bishop Graham James, Bishop Alan Winton, Bishop James Langstaff), Luleå (Bishop Hans Stiglund) 14/11 - Estonia (Archbishop Andres Pöder), Rochester (vacancy, Bishop Brian Castle) 21/11 - St Edmundsbury and Ipswich (Bishop Nigel Stock, Bishop Clive Young), Lapua (Bishop Simo Peura), Aberdeen and Orkney (Bishop Robert Gillies) 28/11 - St Andrews, Dunkeld and Dunblane (Bishop David Chillingworth), Porvoo (Bishop Björn Vikström)

DECEMBER
    5/12 - Chester (Bishop Peter Forster, Bishop Keith Sinclair, Bishop Robert Atwell), Kuopio (Bishop Wille Riekkinen) 12/12 - Southwell and Nottingham (Bishop Paul Butler, Bishop Anthony Porter), Borg (Bishop Helga Haugland Byfuglien) 19/12 - Oslo (Bishop Ole Christian Kvarme), Durham (Bishop Tom Wright, Bishop Mark Bryant), Moray Ross and Caithness (Bishop Mark Strange) 26/12 - Uleåborg (Bishop Samuel Salmi), Coventry (Bishop Chris Cocksworth, Bishop John Stroyan)


								
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