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This is the official home on the Internet for the Worldwide Anglican Communion.
Includes all sorts of information about the Episcopal Church and the worldwide Anglican Communion.
Center for Children and Theology
This site offers information on training courses, publications, and other resources that encourage adults to listen to the voices of children and to explore the theological gifts that children have to offer.
Church Publishing Incorporated
Publisher of The Book of Common Prayer, hymnals, titles mandated by the General Convention, and works on liturgy, music, homiletics, church history, liturgical theology, Anglican spirituality, contemporary global Anglicanism, and emerging issues, as well as recorded music, and a growing list of software products and online services.
The group encourages all types of contemplative prayer, with their primary focus being the Centering Prayer method.
These daily online devotions aimed at college students and young adults are the result of a collaborative between the Episcopal Church, the Presbyterian Church, and the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship. Each day's meditation includes music, and the format Pause, Listen, Think, Pray, and Go.
This site offers busy people a way to participate in Morning and Evening Prayer including the readings and psalms for each day.
Day 1 is the voice of the mainline Protestant churches, proclaiming a passionate faith for thinking people. Access sermons, video, and audio resources for your life and ministry.
The Episcopal Church U.S.A. Official Page
This is the official page of the national Church headquarters, with full details about the Church’s ministries and links to dioceses and parishes throughout the country.
Episcopal Church Women
This group works to assist and enable the women of the church to carry out their mission and ministry.
Episcopal Migration Ministries
Advocates for the protection of the world's refugees.
Episcopal Network for Stewardship
This voluntary network of people supports the important role of leadership in calling the Church to a faithful response to God's call to generously share of our time, talents, and treasures to provide for God's work in the world.
Episcopal Relief and Development
Responding to people in need in the United States and around the world through grants for emergency relief, rehabilitation, and development.
A non-profit Christian website dedicated to aiding the ongoing faith formation and spiritual growth of people of all ages and all backgrounds, by engaging people where they are in their own distinct and separate yearnings for God, without barriers, pre-conditions or exclusions.
Faith Alive is a fellowship of witnessing Christians who are dedicated to building up the Body of Christ in the Episcopal Church through the format of weekend programs offered across the country.
Five Talents International
Five Talents International is an Anglican initiative that is committed to combating poverty, creating jobs, and transforming lives in the developing world.
Publishes downloadable resources and curriculum for Children's Sunday School and VBS, Youth and Young Adult education and ministry (including Journey to Adulthood), Adult faith formation, and Leadership and Ministry development.
The Lectionary Page
This online calendar includes Psalms and Lessons for upcoming Sundays and feast days.
Living the Good News
Resources to help Episcopal, Catholic, Lutheran and other churches teach, inspire and involve their members in prayer, worship and spiritual growth--including lectionary-based curriculum, program resources addressing all stages of spiritual growth and commitment, and books exploring everyday Christian living.
Publisher of books on spirituality, liturgy and worship, prayer, the Bible, church history, theology, Christian education, marriage and family, church administration, lay and ordained ministry, homiletics, ethics and moral theology, contemporary social issues, stewardship, and women's issues.
The National Cathedral
The site for the National Cathedral--the Cathedral of St. Peter and St. Paul in Washington, D.C.
Recovery Ministries of the Episcopal Church, Inc.
This national organization reaches out to people who have lost their health and freedom to addiction, offering a variety of resources to the church community including education, networking, resources for treatment, and a hope for recovery.