Book of Common Prayer -The Book of Common Prayer is a treasure chest full of devotional and teaching resources for individuals and congregations, but it is also the primary symbol of our unity. We, who are many and diverse, come together in Christ through our worship, our common prayer.

The Episcopal Church -The Episcopal Church began as the American Colonial branch of the Church of England. It is now an autonomous province of the worldwide Anglican Communion. The Anglican Communion has spread well beyond its English roots, with about 70-80 million members in countries circling the globe. The word “Episcopal” comes from the Greek word episkopos, which means “overseer” or bishop. We are a branch of Christianity, guided by our bishops, and served by our priests and deacons who support the work and witness of the majority of our ministers, the baptized members of our church.

The Daily Office – Mission St. Clare has provided the daily office online since 1995. Using the 1979 Book of Common Prayer, Mission St. Clare provides complete services of the daily office to its many users. Mission St. Clare assembles the Daily office by integrating feast day information, daily readings, a cycle of prayer, and weekly collects into the services of Morning and Evening prayer. Mission St. Clare was one of the first online sites dedicated to bringing the daily office to people and is now available on your iPhone and iPad. The mission of Mission St. Clare is to facilitate the use of the daily office and allowing its users to focus on developing a life of daily prayer.

The Lectionary – The Episcopal Church Lectionary, including text of next Sunday’s readings, and the Daily and Sunday readings of the Episcopal lectionary.

St Benedict’s Toolbox – This is the Annex for St. Benedict’s Toolbox: The Nuts and Bolts of Everyday Benedictine Living, Jane Tomaine’s b0ok about Benedictine Spirituality for everyday living. Here you will find more tools and ideas about the Rule of St. Benedict and the website for St. Benedict’s Toolbox Ministries.

Community of Reconciliation – Learn about the Community of Reconciliation, a spirituality practice reflecting the instruction of St. Benedict and his rule of life.

The Friends of St Benedict -The Friends of St. Benedict offers programs and resources to individuals and groups seeking to apply the Rule of St. Benedict to their daily lives.

Episcopal Church Women -We are Episcopal Church Women of all ages, ethnic origins and socioeconomic backgrounds who hold a variety of views. However, the common denominator of our members is love of God and the wish to do His work. Mission, Vision & Role.

3-Minute Retreats, Daily On Line Prayer – Loyola Press – 3-Minute Retreats invite you to take a short prayer break right at your computer. Spend some quiet time reflecting on a Scripture passage.  Knowing that not everyone prays at the same pace, you have control over the pace of the retreat. After each screen, a Continue button will appear. Click it when you are ready to move on. If you are new to online prayer, the basic timing of the screens will guide you through the experience.

Spirituality and Practice: Resources for Spiritual Journeys – Explore the great ocean of Oneness that is the source of all spirituality. Be willing to enrich your faith by dialoguing with others. Seek opportunities to experience a wide variety of spiritual practices.

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