The Anglican Cathedral of Second Life

The island has arrived!

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epiphany-island.jpgEpiphany Island emerged out of the virtual void and is now in the process of being terraformed ready for the Cathedral. Huge thanks to Elspeth Guyot who is heading up the process of making the island ready.

In the next week or so we will host a major celebration in which the Cathedral will be moved to the island, signaling the next stage in the life of the Anglican Church in SL.

Once the Cathedral is moved it will then be finished and planning will start towards the first Anglican service in SL.

To check the island out open Second Life and then click here

Author: Mark Brown

CEO of The Bible Society in New Zealand.

5 thoughts on “The island has arrived!

  1. Sounds like a great idea! I’m just headed off to work, but maybe we’ll come up with a time to meet later on. I guess we’ll have to work around a fairly extreme time change. LOL!

    Justin

  2. It would be an honor Justin! How about we conduct the interview in SL whilst sitting in the Cathedral?

    Arkin

  3. Hi Mark/Arkin:

    I find what you are doing so innovative and interesting. I was wondering if you’d be willing to do an email interview about Epiphany Island and Second Life for my blog, GodLab. I’d really like to delve into your vision for the future of this project and share it with others.

    Justin Davey

  4. Yes both the adjoining islands are owned by Sophianne Rhodes a very close friend of many in the Anglican group including myself and yourself! The hope is for us to work together and be drawn into community together.

    Arkin

  5. Having had a look around, I noticed that we have some neighbours – do we know who they are?

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