LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS Perpignan’s Henry Tuilagi will miss two of Samoa’s three November Tests after he was suspended for 50 days. The 34-year-old former Leicester Tigers star received the suspension for a dangerous tackle on La Rochelle scrum-half Damien Neveu on October 2 in their Top 14 clash. Perpignan – who suspended Tuilagi pending the disciplinary hearing – said that they would appeal against what they termed a ‘disproportionate’ punishment. Why not decide for yourself and watch a video of the incident. watch?v=wAOqCG2__r4
LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS “The aspirations for the IRFU are that in any single year, we would want to win the RBS Six Nations Championship, but also have our provincial teams winning the Heineken Cup and the RaboDirect Pro 12. The key is finding the balance to allow this to happen, but not disadvantage one over the other and always remembering that a successful Ireland team is the catalyst for success at all levels below that. This new strategy is essential to put Irish Rugby in the best position to reach that.”*The Connacht professional side is external to this process as it has recently commenced a new programme of structural and performance development agreed with the IRFU IRFU Chief Executive Philip Browne said, “The challenges for the IRFU and the provincial teams are to continue to try to be successful at all levels, but balance this by recognising the model under which Irish Rugby has produced that success over the last 12 years. The provincial teams have contributed hugely to the achievements of the Ireland team, but it is important to remember that the Ireland team is the marquee competitive outlet for the game in Ireland and also the financial mechanism that funds rugby at all levels.“On this basis, it is essential that the Ireland team is given every opportunity to remain competitive at international level and to do that, it requires Irish qualified players to gain continuous experience at club and provincial level.“Equally, non Irish qualified players have delivered much value and support to the success of the provincial teams and development of Irish players over the last number of years. The intention is that this will continue, but not to the detriment of the progress of Irish qualified players in key positions.“The refinements continue to allow the provinces to sign overseas players who will not alone play for the Province but critically allow young Irish players to learn from these players and put this knowledge into practice by taking over the position once that player’s contract is completed. The Irish Rugby Football Union today announced some refinements to its professional player contract policy to further support the national succession strategy for the Ireland team to come into effect from Season 2013/14. .The challenge for the IRFU in an increasingly competitive environment is to strike a long term balance between success for the Ireland team, through exposing Irish players at the highest level of the professional club game in the Heineken Cup and RaboDirect Pr12 and the needs of the provincial teams in terms of the recruitment of quality overseas playing talent to complement Irish qualified players.The Ireland team remains the financial engine that supports each of the four provincial teams and so it is a critical objective for Irish Rugby that the Ireland team remains competitive in the long term by being populated by suitably experienced Irish qualified players. The opportunity to build this experience is primarily through time on the field in top level competitions.To support this strategy and following an extended period of consultation which took place with the Professional Game Boards of the provincial teams and the national team management the, following principles have now been agreed by the Union. The following principles are designed to deliver at least two suitably experienced Irish players in all 15 field positions for national team selection:One non Irish eligible (NIE) player only in each of the 15 field positions across the provinces of Leinster, Munster and Ulster e.g. one foreign player allowed across all three teams per position.*For the season 2013/14 and onwards, for any given position involving a contracted NIE player, a province will not be permitted to renew that NIE player contract or bring in a new NIE player into that same position in its squad.All future provincial injury replacement players must be eligible for selection for Ireland.All future provincial non Irish eligible player contracts will be position specific.*The Connacht professional side is external to this process as it has recently commenced a new programme of structural and performance development agreed with the IRFUThe desired outcome of the changes to contract policies is that Irish qualified players who have progressed through the provincial academy systems will see greater opportunities for professional game time experience, allowing both the IRFU and provinces to deliver the maximum amount of value for the €2.5million that is invested annually across the four provincial academies.The overall objective of the new policies is that there will be a minimum of two Irish qualified players per position playing in the Heineken Cup and RaboDirect Pro 12 as first choice selections. The refinement in the contract policies will be operated in such a manner as to enable the professional teams to enjoy continuing success at both National and Provincial levels.
With Sekope Kepu still unavailable due to a calf injury, Jeremy Tilse retains his place on the bench.Reds v WaratahsSaturday July 14 2012 at Suncorp Stadium, BrisbaneKick-Off: 10:40 BST Starting XV:Adam Ashley-Cooper, Lachie Turner, Rob Horne, Berrick Barnes, Drew Mitchell, Bernard Foley, Grayson Hart, Benn Robinson [C], 2. Tatafu Polota-Nau, Paddy Ryan, Sitaleki Timani, Kane Douglas, Dean Mumm, Chris Alcock, Dave DennisReplacements:John Ulugia, Jeremy Tilse, Lopeti Timani, Jono Jenkins, Brendan McKibbin, Tom Carter, Tom Kingston SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA – JUNE 02: Sitaleki Timani of the Waratahs runs the ball during the round 15 Super Rugby match between the Waratahs and the Hurricanes at Allianz Stadium on June 2, 2012 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Mark Kolbe/Getty Images) LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS The comeback kid: Timani will join the squad for the final game for the season!THE INCLUSION of Sitakeli Timani is the only change to the Waratahs’ starting team for this Saturday’s season finale against the Reds in Brisbane.Timani replaces Wycliff Palu who has been ruled out through injury. The big lock will form a Southern Districts second row alongside Kane Douglas, with Dean Mumm moving to the blindside and Dave Dennis taking over at No 8.“Dave has been one of our form players this year and we are very confident in his all round skill set,” said Foley. “Having him play at No. 8 is not new to us (he played there against the Stormers) and it allows us to pick Sita in the second row alongside Kane.”Winger Drew Mitchell will become the 25th Australian to celebrate his Super Rugby century. Fittingly, he will earn it against his former Queensland team mates.
LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS When did you first play?At primary school – they needed a few extra girls to play in tag tournaments. Then I got involved in my local club, Old Coventrians.Did you play other sports? Hockey, and I played netball for Warwickshire.Childhood rugby heroes? Maggie Alphonsi. Her ferociousness and force in the tackle is amazing.How long have you been at Saracens? I’m in my third year and play wing or scrum-half. Maggie was my old coach, so it’s great to play with her. Did you grow up with a lot of rugby-playing girls?No! I played a lot with older girls. I’m one of the smaller ones now and it taught me to get round that size issue.What’s your day job? I’m a sports massage therapist and a part-time receptionist in a gym. I train around my work.What are your goals? I was capped by England at 15s last summer. I want to be involved in sevens as much as possible this year and build up my experience. RW verdict: Riley has the opportunity to impress on the sevens stage while others focus on this year’s World Cup.Want to stay up to date with rugby’s Hotshots every month? Why not subscribe to Rugby World? Click here for the latest subscription deals, or find out how to download the digital edition here.
It used to be missing any kick from in front of the posts but against Toulon recently my pants got pulled right down and everyone could see my arse. Of course, there are photos on social media so it’s something I can’t seem to escape.Who’d you like to be stuck in a lift with? Someone funny like Chris Rock. I’d hate to be stuck in a lift but at least if you were with a comedian he would have you laughing until the lift started working again.What’s your guilty pleasure? Chocolate. If I have a full block, it’ll be gone within minutes.Who would you like to play you in a film of your life? Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson. He looks nothing like me but the reason I’d want him to act as me is because I’d love to have muscles as big as him.Mr Muscle: Actor Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson at an awards ceremony. Photo: Getty ImagesWho would be your three dream dinner guests? Michael Jordan, Barack Obama and Roger Federer would be good.Do you have any surprising hidden talents? Nope. I’m not very good at anything really apart from rugby!How would you like to be remembered? As someone with a very strong work ethic who was extremely driven to be successful. LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS This article originally appeared in the November 2016 issue of Rugby World.Follow Rugby World on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. Downtime with… All Blacks great Dan CarterWhat’s the funniest thing you’ve heard on the pitch? I always laugh when I hear No 9s giving advice to our forwards. Our backs know nothing about scrummaging but if a scrum goes down, our No 9s always give them advice about how to scrum.Who are the jokers at Racing? Marc Andreu and Brice Dulin. They always hide people’s phones or play jokes on each other. I’m pretty sure one of them put blue dye in someone’s boots and for the next month there were blue footprints everywhere. It was funny at the start but it got beyond a joke. Those two are crazy; it’s like they’re 11 years old.What’s the best thing about living in Paris?I just love the history. Sometimes when you’re just driving through Paris and go past these amazing monuments, you pinch yourself that it’s actually real, that you’re living in this beautiful city.Beautiful city: The Eiffel Tower in the centre of Paris. Photo: Getty ImagesDo you have any phobias? I hate rats. If I see a rat, I have to jump up on the table because I hate them.Do you have any superstitions? I always have a cold shower a few hours before a game. It’s something I started when I began playing rugby professionally 14 years ago. It was to wake me up because I always used to sleep. Now I think I have to have a cold shower before every game, which isn’t easy in the middle of winter.If you could have one superpower, what would it be? I’d love to be invisible every now and then, so you could just disappear.How is your French coming along? I have lessons twice a week, but we have so many foreign players at the club that it’s easier to speak English, so I don’t speak as much as I should. I’m slowly learning but it’s quite embarrassing when I try to speak because nobody understands what I’m saying.Right at home: Dan Carter has settled in well at Racing 92. Photo: Getty ImagesWhat’s your most embarrassing moment? Former All Blacks fly-half Dan Carter on Racing 92, rats and ‘The Rock’ All smiles: Dan Carter has fan during a Racing 92 training session. Photo: Getty Images
Romanian referee has to be escorted from the field after angry Spain’s loss to Belgium hands Romania a World Cup place LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS QUALIFIED! @RugbyRomania have qualified as Europe 1 in Pool A after @ferugby lost out 18-10 to @BelgianRugby in the Rugby Europe Championship pic.twitter.com/eqPa5vyt0a— Rugby World Cup (@rugbyworldcup) March 18, 2018There have been suggestions on social media that Spain had asked for a change in officials ahead of the game: This is getting interesting. It seems Spain might requested a change off ref before today’s game. We haven’t heard the last of this story…. https://t.co/VCn8WqAc0Z— Brendan gallagher (@gallagherbren) March 18, 2018The appointment of match officials for this competition are handled by Rugby Europe, rather than World Rugby. It is understood that Rugby Europe will review the match, as is established practice, and only after any findings are made public may World Rugby comment.Romania now head into Pool A at the World Cup, alongside hosts Japan, Six Nations champions Ireland, Scotland and whoever wins the final play-off place – which, as mentioned above, could be Spain.Related: Ireland win Six Nations Grand SlamSad sight: Players of Spain and of Belgium come together (Getty Images)What makes this all the more noteworthy is that last week Romania boss Lynn Howells stepped down from his position when it looked like the Romanians would miss out on automatic qualification. After making the call, Howells said: “It was not an easy decision to take. The last five years have been very beautiful, there have been many years of beautiful sporting adventure with a beautiful team. Ugly Scenes As Spain Fail To Automatically Qualify For RWC 2019What could have been a momentous occasion descended into distressing scenes as Spanish rugby players confronted and attempted to grab Romanian referee Vlad Iordăchescu following their 18-10 loss to Belgium in the Rugby Europe Championship. A win for Spain would have seen Los Leones qualify automatically for Rugby World Cup 2019, but in losing that honour falls to Iordăchescu’s compatriots, Romania.In the aftermath of the tight match in which some of the Spaniards felt tight calls went the way of the hosts, Iordăchescu had to be escorted from the pitch as players from the losing side surged towards him.Spain’s scrum-half Guillaume Rouet is clearly seen trying to grab the referee while back-row Pierre Barthere is seen ironically clapping the match official, before the two sides come together in a melee. Boiling over: Spanish players confront the referee after the Belgium defeat (Getty Images) The loss means that Los Leones must now play Portugal later in the year, in a decider to see who faces Samoa for a place at the World Cup in Japan in 18 months. If Spain win the first tie but lose the second, they will then go into a repechage with Canada, an African side and an Asia/Oceania side. If Spain go on to beat Samoa, they will be in Romania’s group at the World Cup.Ironic clap: Pierre Barthere aims his gesture at the Romanian official (Getty Images)Following this result, Spain captain Jaime Nava spoke to Radio Marca about any external factors in the result. He went on to say: “I don’t want to think that rugby (has been pre-arranged) to put us out. When we were assigned Romanian officials, we were shocked. But this is rugby, the values are assumed.“For sure, today rugby has lost.”Related: Rugby was front page news in SpainNava did confront the ugly scenes, saying that: “I would like to apologise for what happened with the referee. The image at the end of the game does not represent the sport nor the values of this team. It must be understood however, we’ve lost part of our dream.” “I enjoyed working and co-ordinating a team that always wanted the victory and was always dedicated to the goal. I wish the team a lot of success, a further increase in the game and the best possible evolutions.”Follow Rugby World on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
Fiji show progress with Pacific Nations Cup triumph Don’t miss Rugby World’s Pacific Islands special – the September 2018 issue is on sale until the end of August. Follow Rugby World on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. World Rugby General Manager High Performance Peter Horne, who is the man behind the Combine idea, explains: “We’re trying to work on the athletic development of players earlier so then you get a better player at Test level.“It was a partnership with the three unions, the players’ association and World Rugby to try to improve the development of locally-based players. Then we’re looking for a professional environment where they can grow and develop, with the ultimate goal of improving the quality of players available for the Test side.”Lead role: Scott Wisemantel coached England in South Africa after working on the Pacific Combine (Getty Images)In terms of the selection process, project lead Scott Wisemantel, England’s backs coach on their summer tour to South Africa, and his fellow coaches were looking to identify those with the best rugby ability, athleticism and effort, the last point taking in both what they did on the field and in their team environment off the field.The 30 players picked came together for the week-long Combine in Fiji’s capital Suva where they took part in medical screenings, fitness tests and numerous rugby drills. Women’s rugby growing fast in Oceania Why there needs to be a Pacific Islands Super Rugby team Collapse We reflect on the 2018 Pacific Nations Cup,… Pacific Combine creates new player pathway on islandsPlayers involved in this year’s World Rugby Pacific Challenge tournament in Suva, Fiji, weren’t just competing for the trophy but selection for the first Pacific Combine.The goal of the Combine is to identify talent, improve it and then place players in a professional environment where they can continue to grow. It was a short programme but an effective one, and most importantly it is helping to develop players who will represent the Pacific Islands on the international stage rather than other countries.PACIFIC ISLANDS SPECIAL – NEW RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE OUT NOWAs all of the 30 players selected – 13 from Fiji Warriors, nine from Samoa A and eight from Tonga A – had been representing the allotted national second teams in the Pacific Challenge, they were already ‘captured’ for their country under World Rugby regulations. Plus, the tournament rules had been tweaked so squads contained predominantly U23 players to focus on the younger generation.MORE FROM RUGBY WORLD ON THE PACIFIC ISLANDS Expand LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS Women’s rugby growing fast in Oceania Rugby World finds out what the state of… Rugby World finds out what those in the… Rugby World gets the lowdown on the Pacific Combine – how it works and which players have been identified Star turn: Melani Matavao, who earned a pro contract through the Combine, scores for Samoa against Germany (Getty Images) Expand Why there needs to be a Pacific Islands Super Rugby team TAGS: FijiSamoaTonga You can watch the film of what happened at the Combine here…Their talent may have been somewhat raw but the potential was obvious and clubs in Australia and New Zealand then came in to offer contracts to several players.It was important that players were placed with clubs that could offer the necessary support – leaving the islands to play professionally can be a culture shock for some – and Pacific Rugby Players were involved to ensure the players’ interests were looked after in negotiations as well as to educate players about contracts and agents generally.Progress: Frank Lomani in action for Fijian Drua in Australia’s NRC (Getty Images)At present the focus is on clubs in Australia and New Zealand as they are so much closer to the islands. As Horne says: “We want players who are identified to initially stay close to home so they can mature and grow and develop the skills to be a professional player before going elsewhere. There have been issues when players go to Europe too early.“This way they can become better players while being close to home. It’s vitally important we try to develop the soft skills of a player as that makes them better rugby players. Things like managing money, understanding contracts and so on.”New deal: Henry Stowers earned a contract with Western Force (Getty Images)In all, six players from the Combine were offered contracts. Fiji scrum-half Frank Lomani is at Melbourne Rebels while Samoa No 9 Melani Matavao is with Mitre 10 Cup side Otago. Henry Stowers joined Western Force and John Ika is at Hawke’s Bay while Charlie Pahulu and Fetuli Paea should link up with North Harbour once their work permits are agreed.The islands are already reaping the benefits given how well Lomani and Matavao played for their Test sides this summer and Combines are planned in both the Pacific and the Americas next year so more players will have a shot at professional contracts. Fiji show progress with Pacific Nations Cup triumph
What England honours do you have?I’ve played U16, U17, U18 and U20, and went into a senior camp last May.How was that? I was surprised – I was still at school at the time. To experience training and being around the best coaches and players was great.Who’s been the biggest influence on your career? Probably my dad, Michael. He’s always supported me in whatever sport. I want to do him proud as he’s always wanted me to do the best I can. He played on the wing and has really helped me develop as an athlete.How have you found your senior outings for Worcester? It’s been good. I didn’t expect to play as much as I have this season. I was using this as an experience year, but things have taken off.What are your goals for 2019?I’d like to go to the U20 World Cup. I missed out last season and think that experience is a memory that will live with you for a long time.My focus at the moment is staying at Worcester, my home club, and playing as much Premiership rugby as I can.RW VERDICT: The power-running teen is already on Eddie Jones’s radar and has impressed in his first-team matches for Worcester. Expect to see him making further strides for England U20 and the Warriors for the rest of the season. Bright spark: Ollie Lawrence in England U20 action (Getty Images) LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS TAGS: Worcester Warriors The up-and-coming centre talks football, childhood heroes and 2019 goals Worcester and England U20 centre Ollie LawrenceDate of birth 18 Sep 1999 Born Birmingham Club Worcester Country England Position CentreHow did you get involved in rugby? My dad played for Moseley, so I went along to tag rugby there and then played for the juniors. That was it – I always had a passion for it. I went to a rugby-playing secondary school, Old Swinford Hospital, and then went to sixth form at Bromsgrove School on a scholarship.Did you play any other sports growing up? I played football and was involved in the academies at Aston Villa and Birmingham City, but I stopped when I was ten as I didn’t like the environment. I also played cricket and at 16 I had to choose. I went for rugby as I enjoyed it more.Have you always played at centre? When I was 13, I played No 8 for a couple of games. Apart from that I’ve been at 12 or 13. I prefer 13.What are your strengths? Hopefully ball-carrying; I try to be as dangerous as I can in attack. And offloading.Who were your childhood heroes? Sonny Bill Williams and Manu Tuilagi. Those were the two I looked up to – and Ma’a Nonu.When did you link up with Worcester? When I was in Year Ten, so 14 or 15. I’d done some county stuff and they picked me up. I’ve been full-time this season. This article originally appeared in the February 2019 edition of Rugby World magazine.Follow Rugby World on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS Edinburgh v Cardiff Blues live stream: How to watch the Pro14 match online from anywhereEdinburgh boss Richard Cockerill has made seven changes to his starting team, with Fijian tighthead Lee-Roy Atalifo getting his frist start. Wing Eroni Sau and fly-half Nathan Chamberlain also start.Wales wing Owen Lane makes his first Blues start since January and Jason Tovey comes in at fly-half, with Jarrod Evans out. The Blues lie in second place in the Pro14 Conference B, with Edinburgh in fifth spot, having won only once so far this season – a razor-thin voctory over the Scarlets at 6-3.Blues head coach John Mulvihill said: “We can head up to Scotland with confidence. Despite the two losses in recent weeks, those games were decided by small margins.”After defeating the Scarlets last time out, Cockerill said: “Winning’s a habit and we’re happy that we’ve broken the losing streak we were in and we can continue to develop as a squad as we prepare to face a really strong Cardiff (Blues) outfit.”Edinburgh: Jack Blain; Eroni Sau, Mark Bennett, Chris Dean, Jamie Farndale; Nathan Chamberlain, Henry Pyrgos (captain); Pierre Schoeman, David Cherry, Lee-Roy Atalifo, Andries Ferreira, Jamie Hodgson, Magnus Bradbury, Luke Crosbie, Ally Miller.Replacements: Mike Willemse, Sam Grahamslaw, Dan Gamble, Marshall Sykes, Connor Boyle, Nic Groom, Charlie Shiel, James Johnstone.Cardiff Blues: Hallam Amos; Aled Summerhill, Garyn Smith, Max Llewellyn, Owen Lane; Jason Tovey, Lewis Jones; Brad Thyer, Kristian Dacey (captain), Dmitri Arhip, James Ratti, Rory Thornton, Josh Turnbull, Olly Robinson, Will Boyde.Replacements: Ethan Lewis, Corey Domachowski, Scott Andrews, Ben Murphy, Sam Moore, Jamie Hill, Ben Thomas, Matthew Morgan.Here’s how to find a reliable live stream for Edinburgh v Cardiff Blues wherever you are…Edinburgh v Cardiff Blues live stream: How to watch from the UKEdinburgh v Cardiff Blues, which kicks off at 7.45pm on Monday, will be shown live on Premier Sports 2 in the UK.Premier Sports show every Guinness Pro14 match live in the UK. If you have a Sky or Virgin Media contract, you can add Premier Sports to your package from £9.99 a month.Or subscribe to Premier Player so you can stream matches online from £9.99 a month or £99 for 12 months. Can he kick it: Henry Pyrgos makes to block a kick (Getty Images) There are various DStv packages available that give access to SuperSport, ranging from Access, which has the Blitz and Variety 4 channels, to Premium, which includes all 18 sports channels.We recommend VPN services in the context of legal recreational uses. For example:Accessing a service from another country (subject to the terms and conditions of that service)Protecting your online security and strengthening your online privacy when abroadWe do not support or condone the illegal or malicious use of VPN services. Consuming pirated content that is paid-for is neither endorsed nor approved by Future Publishing. Can’t get to the shops? You can download the digital edition of Rugby World straight to your tablet or subscribe to the print edition to get the magazine delivered to your door. See Premier Sports offersIf you’re from the UK but are overseas when there’s a particular match you want to watch, you can get your normal live stream but you’ll need a VPN – Virtual Private Network. Check out Express VPN.Edinburgh v Cardiff Blues live stream: How to watch from IrelandIn Ireland, eir Sport show Pro14 matches live, including Edinburgh v Cardiff Blues (kick-off 7.45pm eir Sport 2), and if you sign up for eir broadband you can watch eir Sport for free via the eir TV app and online player.Find out more about the eir broadband deals here.Or you can sign up for eir TV and broadband packages, which include eir Sport, from €39.98 a month.If you have Sky TV in Ireland but not eir broadband, you can add eir Sport to your package for €19.99 a month for three months (€29.99 after that) or for €240 for the year – here are the details of the Sky-eir package.If you’re from Ireland but are abroad when there’s a particular match you want to watch, you can get your normal live stream but you’ll need a VPN.Edinburgh v Cardiff Blues live stream: How to watch from EuropeIf you’re in Austria, Germany, Italy or Switzerland, you can watch Edinburgh v Cardiff Blues (kick-off 8.45pm) through the live and on-demand streaming service DAZN, which is compatible with smart TVs and phones, tablets, PCs, streaming sticks, set-top boxes, gaming consoles and more.Edinburgh v Cardiff Blues live stream: How to watch from the CanadaDAZN, which allows you to live stream sport or watch it on demand, is the place to go to watch Edinburgh v Cardiff Blues in Canada. It will kick off at 2.45pm EST and 11.45am on the West Coast.Find out more about DAZN here “It should be another feisty affair,” says Blues boss John Mulvihill Follow Rugby World on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
Curate (Associate & Priest-in-Charge) Traverse City, MI TryTank Experimental Lab and York St. John University of England Launch Survey to Study the Impact of Covid-19 on the Episcopal Church TryTank Experimental Lab Rector Hopkinsville, KY Rector/Priest in Charge (PT) Lisbon, ME Virtual Episcopal Latino Ministry Competency Course Online Course Aug. 9-13 Submit a Job Listing Assistant/Associate Rector Morristown, NJ Virtual Celebration of the Jerusalem Princess Basma Center Zoom Conversation June 19 @ 12 p.m. ET Rector Bath, NC Rector (FT or PT) Indian River, MI [Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School] For the second year in a row, Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School (HIES) in Atlanta has raised more money than any other school in the country for the JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes. School participants netted $39,757.84 for JDRF, making the community service-minded, independent school the top-grossing school in the nation to help find a cure for diabetes and its complications.And this is the fourth time that Holy Innocents’ has been JDRF’s top-ranked school in the country. Last year, HIES faculty, staff, students and friends raised some $35,000 for JDRF, the leading global organization focused on type 1 diabetes research.“The JDRF Georgia Chapter is extremely grateful for the continuous outpouring ofsupport we receive from Holy Innocents’,” said Clanci Jordan, executive director of the JDRF Georgia Chapter.Amelie Wendling, a Type 1 diabetic who served as team captain for the latest Walk, on Oct. 15, 2011, said she was not surprised at Holy Innocents’ JDRF success. “Members of the Holy Innocents’ community are so supportive of their diabetic students that they are willing to go to great lengths to support their friends. This year, we had over 100 registered walkers who joined our team,which is more than any that we’ve had before!“It makes me proud that I got to see my team doing so much for a cause, and that this legacy will live on for another year.”At an awards ceremony in Atlanta Jan. 29, Holy Innocents’ received special recognition for its hard work—and a standing ovation—when the Walk results were announced. Several students were also singled out for their success in individual fund-raising: Matthew Christensen, Andrew Earle, Claire Hailey, Anna Kampfe, Hayden Kirk, Reed Stewart, and Amelie Wendling.And if such hard work and accolades weren’t enough, the HIES team also took home first place in the school division for its t-shirt design.Holy Innocents’ Episcopal School is one of the largest Episcopal day schools in the United States. A fully accredited, college-preparatory day school for 3-year-old through 12th-grade boys and girls, HIES occupies 42 acres, with separate Primary, Lower, Middle, and Upper School facilities, a fine arts building, and extensive athletics facilities.The school’s mission is to “develop in students a love of learning, respect for self and others, faith in God, and a sense of service to the world community.” Featured Events Rector Collierville, TN Director of Administration & Finance Atlanta, GA An Evening with Presiding Bishop Curry and Iconographer Kelly Latimore Episcopal Migration Ministries via Zoom June 23 @ 6 p.m. ET Rector Martinsville, VA In-person Retreat: Thanksgiving Trinity Retreat Center (West Cornwall, CT) Nov. 24-28 AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to PrintFriendlyPrintFriendlyShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailShare to MoreAddThis Rector Washington, DC The Church Investment Group Commends the Taskforce on the Theology of Money on its report, The Theology of Money and Investing as Doing Theology Church Investment Group Missioner for Disaster Resilience Sacramento, CA Featured Jobs & Calls Episcopal Migration Ministries’ Virtual Prayer Vigil for World Refugee Day Facebook Live Prayer Vigil June 20 @ 7 p.m. ET An Evening with Aliya Cycon Playing the Oud Lancaster, PA (and streaming online) July 3 @ 7 p.m. ET Posted Jan 31, 2012 Youth Minister Lorton, VA Priest Associate or Director of Adult Ministries Greenville, SC Course Director Jerusalem, Israel Bishop Diocesan Springfield, IL Rector Knoxville, TN Associate Priest for Pastoral Care New York, NY Submit a Press Release Family Ministry Coordinator Baton Rouge, LA Rector Tampa, FL Associate Rector Columbus, GA Holy Innocents’ finishes ‘first’ in juvenile diabetes fundraiser Top-grossing U.S. school for Walk to Cure Diabetes Rector Shreveport, LA Associate Rector for Family Ministries Anchorage, AK Director of Music Morristown, NJ Rector Smithfield, NC Curate Diocese of Nebraska Rector and Chaplain Eugene, OR Assistant/Associate Rector Washington, DC Rector Pittsburgh, PA Assistant/Associate Priest Scottsdale, AZ Inaugural Diocesan Feast Day Celebrating Juneteenth San Francisco, CA (and livestream) June 19 @ 2 p.m. PT Episcopal Church releases new prayer book translations into Spanish and French, solicits feedback Episcopal Church Office of Public Affairs New Berrigan Book With Episcopal Roots Cascade Books Rector Belleville, IL Submit an Event Listing Cathedral Dean Boise, ID Seminary of the Southwest announces appointment of two new full time faculty members Seminary of the Southwest This Summer’s Anti-Racism Training Online Course (Diocese of New Jersey) June 18-July 16 Episcopal Charities of the Diocese of New York Hires Reverend Kevin W. VanHook, II as Executive Director Episcopal Charities of the Diocese of New York Join the Episcopal Diocese of Texas in Celebrating the Pauli Murray Feast Online Worship Service June 27 Ya no son extranjeros: Un diálogo acerca de inmigración Una conversación de Zoom June 22 @ 7 p.m. ET Priest-in-Charge Lebanon, OH Canon for Family Ministry Jackson, MS Press Release Service The Church Pension Fund Invests $20 Million in Impact Investment Fund Designed to Preserve Workforce Housing Communities Nationwide Church Pension Group Remember Holy Land Christians on Jerusalem Sunday, June 20 American Friends of the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem Rector Albany, NY