Rich resources for prayer and reflection can be found online. Some popular websites and podcasts are listed below.
Prayers for Special Occasions
St. Thomas Episcopal Church, Dupont Circle in Washington, DC created these Prayers of the People to respond to the tragedy of gun violence.
The Book of Common Prayer contains the primary services of the Episcopal Church, psalms, prayers and historical documents.
The Daily Office from Mission St. Clare. The Daily Office is an ancient practice that uses daily prayers to mark the times of the day. The office may be said communally or individually.
Today's Meditation. Forward Day by Day offers a daily meditation and invites you to discuss them online.
Explore Faith is a blog of essays and devotions "for anyone seeking a path to God."
Episcopal Relief and Development includes prayers for those in need or in danger.
Anglicans Online offers a greater array of spiritual resources than you could make your way through in a lifetime.
The diocesan and Anglican cycles of prayer connect individual worshippers to the intentions of the wider church.
Popping Collars is hosted by Greg Knight, Liz Easton and Betsy Gonzalez, a priest of our diocese, who "interrogate the world around them through the lens of faith."
Priest Pulse, hosted by Father Benjamin Gildas and Fr. Colin Chapman, explores relevant issues in the Episcopal Church and around the world with prayer, humor, and thoughtfulness.
2Fab (Two Feminists Annotate The Bible) is a feminist blog for Bible enthusiasts. Hosts Jordan and Luci work their way through the Bible, bringing their deep faiths and a feminist eye to the stories of God and God’s people
From All Points is a monthly podcast from the Episcopal Cafe that shines a light on the lived life of faith for individuals and the church. Featuring: Jon White, Jennifer Brandlon, Charles Wilson, and Amy Haynie
The Collect Call is a podcast that unpacks and reflects upon the meaning of the collect of the week – that prayer at the start of the service that changes every week. Hosts: Brendan O’Sullivan-Hale and Holli Powell.