Here are many links to local, national and global Episcopalian web sites. We have compiled them into categories below.
Prayer and Worship
www.dailyoffice.org Morning and Evening Prayer and readings, with other prayer resources.
Oremus. Daily morning or evening prayer and readings, with other prayer resources.
Mission St. Clare. The Daily Office, Rite 1 and 2 in Spanish and English, also Anglican, Methodist, Lutheran and Orthodox prayer resources.
Taize. Interdenominational, international prayer resources in 26 languages. (Also music)
The Lectionary Page. Links to the Revised Common Lectionary and the Episcopal (BCP) Lectionary.
Commentary on the Revised Common Lectionary from the Diocese of Montreal.
Hymns on line:
Visit a monastery and pray, read a homily, learn about the saint of the day, etc.
www.nccursillo.org or www.nationalepiscopalcursillo.org – a course in Christianity given over a long weekend (Thursday evening to Sunday) followed by a weekly time of prayer and sharing with a small group and monthly “ultreyas”.
Yavneh, A Jewish Renewal synagogue, that meets at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church here in Raleigh, NC.
Timeline for Anglican history.
Hall of Church History. Extensive church history site, Protestant based, but good links to Roman Catholic, Orthodox, Anabaptist, etc. events and views.
www.episcopalchurch.org – to learn about The Episcopal Church
Anglican library – classic literature and other writing of interest to Anglicans
Education for Ministry. A four-year lay study course in Bible, church history, theology, available locally.
Via Media: a Place to Ask 21st Century Questions.
Books, Publishers and Bookstores:
In His Name: Raleigh Catholic book and gift store.
www.forwardmovement.org Publisher of Forward Day-by-Day and many other short and inexpensive books.
Diocesan and Episcopal Church:
Official website of the Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina
National Cathedral, Washington.
Organizations for Gay and Lesbian Episcopalians:
Anglican World sites
Heifer International – Bringing animals to families in need to raise.
Habitat for Humanity – Building affordable homes in partnership with people who need them.
Life Plan Trust – Life Plan Trust works with families of individuals with developmental or intellectual disabilities, mental illness and other disabilities to help develop comprehensive plans for future care, and can serve as trustee for funds designated for your family member’s benefit.
The Food Bank of North Carolina – Providing food and water to people in need.
America’s Second Harvest – The nations’s food bank.
The Hunger Site – Click on-line and give food to world’s starving people.
One – The Campaign to make Poverty History.
Stephen Ministries – Provides training and organization for lay people to give one-to-one care to hurting people in and around the congregation.
Episcopal Relief and Development – provides emergency assistance in times of disaster, helps to rebuild devastated communities and offers long-term program development solutions to fight poverty.
Make a shawl as a gift of love and support.
Information about our geographical area
Information on North Carolina.
Information on Wake County.
Information on the City of Raleigh.