Anglican/Episcopal and Related Web Sites
A Conversation with Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori - This site presents a video/audio web address given on October 16, 2007.
Episcopalians for Global Reconciliation (EGR) - EGR networks with many Episcopal and other organizations on the Millennium Development Goals and the ONE campaign. They also have groups on Facebook and YouTube. Their Executive Director The Rev. Mike Kinman was a speaker at our recent Diocesan Convention.
Global Good - This web site, established on Earth Day, 2007, is a tool to support your involvement in the top church wide mission priority set by the 75th General Convention: peace and justice ministries framed by the United Nations Millennium Development Goals.
Episcopal Cafe - A ministry of the Diocese of Washington (DC) that has the goal of drawing Episcopalians more deeply into their faith, and in persuading those without a spiritual home to explore our Church.
Explore Faith - This web site is geared especially toward seekers under age 35 or so. It has lots of questions and commentary on a wide variety of subjects, including many questions you were afraid to ask.
d365 - This online devotional site gives you music, scripture, a devotional reading and prayer for each day. Devotions were written by ministers, students, teachers and others. A restful, centering site.
Speaking of Faith - This is the official web site of "Speaking of Faith," a radio program produced by Minnesota Public Radio and heard on many NPR stations around the country. This program looks at questions from many faith traditions, including Christianity, Judaism and Islam. Note: The host, Krista Tippett, a professional journalist, is married to The Rev. Michael Tippett, an Episcopal priest in the Diocese of Minnesota.
State of Belief - State of Belief is a weekly radio show produced by The Interfaith Alliance. Dr. Welton Gaddy hosts guests who have important things to say about religion in general, specific religions, and about separation of church and states issues in this country. Recent guests include Karen Armstrong, author of some 20 books on religion, the most recent being The Case for God. Other recent programs include an interview with Harvard Professor Harvey Cox whose new book is titled The Future of Faith. And gay rights activist Judy Shepard talks about her new memoir, The Meaning of Mathew: My Son's Murder in Laramie, and a World Transformed. Judy is a practicing Episcopalian. Dr. Gaddy also interviews journalists who currently write about faith issues.
Regeneration Project and the
CoolCongregations - CoolCongregations provides a means of measuring a church's carbon footprint, as well as the carbon footprint of individual members.
The Genesis Covenant - Faithful people from many religious traditions working together to save the Earth. Read about the recent "Healing Our Planet" conference that Polly Hyde attended.
The Lectionary Page - A liturgical calendar containing links to all the lesson texts for the coming weeks.
The Oremus Hymnal - This online hymnal contains texts and MIDI files of tunes used in much of the English-speaking world, with particular emphasis on the Anglican tradition. There are 52 hymnals included, of which the six principal books are fully indexed. Most music and texts not in the public domain are excluded. Also included are hymn suggestions for the Sunday lectionary.
Bible Gateway - This site contains multiple versions of the Bible in multiple languages. The site is especially useful as a source of the Spanish "Dios Habla Hoy" text.
Oremus Bible Browser - At this web site you can enter a passage citation in the lectionary format and the search engine will bring up the entire passage. There are a number of format options, including the ability to omit or include verse numbers.
Chapel Rock - Chapel Rock Is a retreat and conference center owned and operated by the Episcopal Diocese of Arizona. For those with children and teenagers, check out Chapel Rock's Summer Camp Programs.
Education for Ministry On-Line (EFM) - This is a program of theological education-at-a-distance by the School of Theology of the University of the South. Students sign up one year at a time for this four-year program. It covers the basics of a theological education in the Old and New Testaments, church history, liturgy, and theology. Students meet regularly, usually once a week, in seminars under the guidance of trained mentors. The program grants a certificate at the completion of the four years and 18 Continuing Education Units for each year's work.
The EFM Program blog is a site for web discussion.
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internet source for Episcopal gifts and accessories and a variety of
media items. In addition to retail sales, they offer fundraising
programs for churches.
EpiscopalOnline is an internet source for Episcopal gifts and accessories and a variety of media items. In addition to retail sales, they offer fundraising programs for churches.
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