Episcopal- Anglican Links
The Book of Common Prayer
The Episcopal Church is the representative of the Anglican Communion in the United States, and also in several other countries. It has had its own Book of Common Prayer since the American Revolution; prior to that, of course, it was part of the Church of England.There have been four editions of the Episcopal Church's Book of Common Prayer; all are presented here, starting with the latest and going back to the first.
If you are looking for texts from some of the books of Common Prayer and other liturgical forms, either used today or in the past, texts of Anglican Hymns, etc. Go to http://www.oremus.org/ The site is called Oremus. The word oremus is Latin and means 'Let us pray'. The goal of Oremus is to provide a form of daily Christian prayer published on the Internet. This web site also contains resources for daily prayer and other worship, including hymns and liturgical forms.
Episcopal Relief and Development (formerly known as The Presiding Bishop's Fund for World Relief) has a web site at http://www.er-d.org/ . This organization, part of the Episcopal Church USA, provides for grants of emergency relief, rehabilitation, and development. Episcopal Relief and Development responds to people in need in the United States and around the world. Their site contains the latest news on Episcopal Relief and Development and stories about the impact your gifts have made.
For the official site of the Anglican Communion go to the following URL: http://www.anglicancommunion.org/ These are the official home pages of the Worldwide Anglican Communion (the Episcopal Church is part of that Communion). These pages provide resources and links to information about the work, witness and worship of the Anglican/Episcopal family of churches in over 160 countries around the globe. This web site provides documents, directories, information and resources, excerpts from our official magazine, Anglican World , as well as regular reports and features from the Anglican Communion News Service (ACNS). You can subscribe to the Anglican Communion News Service and get all of the official news releases from Canterbury regarding major events going on around the world in the church delivered to your e-mail box.
Recovery Ministries of the Diocese of Texas
An independent, nationwide network of Episcopal laity and clergy, dioceses and parishes, schools and other institutions with a common commitment to address the use and misuse of alcohol and other drugs in relation to the church's mission.
Camp Allen Retreat and Conference Center
Where are the Episcopalians.
Growth/Decline in The Episcopal Church, 1992-2002
The Bible Gateway is a tool for reading and researching scripture online -- all in the language or translation of your choice! It provides advanced searching capabilities, which allow readers to find and compare particular passages in scripture based on keywords, phrases, or scripture reference.
The Quoteable Christian
A collection of quotations on Christian themes by a variety of authors, most (not all) of whom are Christians. The site was originally conceived as a resource for Christian preachers, teachers and writers, but it is also intended to encourage Christians and invite everyone to put their faith in Jesus Christ .
Audio Bible Online
Welcome to Audio Bible,
the King James Version narrated by Alexander Scourby is online! Yes, you can listen to the entire Bible on the Internet! You can also buy Audio Bible as commercial software for your Windows PC.
Daily Christian Quote
The Christian Connection
These pages are designed to be a nice, neat "launching pad" for further exploration of Christian resources throughout the Internet.
The Christian Family Tree
We present here short portraits of main families and communities within Christianity, particularly those in The Middle East, Europe, and North America. The descriptions provide some primary characteristics and a method of categorizing Christianity into fifteen families.
The Catholic Encyclopedia
A tremendous resource for researching general information regarding the early church, as-well-as, of course, the Catholic Church.