Some of our favorite links to other websites and services:
To “believe” is to have trust in a certain direction. Beginning with the Baptismal Covenant, here is a series of links to help you explore Christian believing as an Episcopalian.
Our rich history has provided a special vocabulary for talking about aspects of our worship, which can be confusing at times without some translation.
This site makes it easy to pray the appointed services of prayer in the Book of Common Prayer
Online support for spiritual development
The Church of England’s Invitation to Prayer
Offered by the Irish Jesuits
This ecumenical community in France has touched a lot of people’s lives with their beautiful life of communal prayer
The Episcopal Church YouTube channel
Prayers sent via Twitter from Episcopalians all over the world.
Luci Shaw's son, Dr. John Shaw, is in the jungles of Burma doing God's work.
John and his wife are training medical students and providing medical care to the Burmese people under wartime conditions. The country is in turmoil. It is dangerous work. Here are links to two of the organizations that are actively involved. Please help them if you can.
Contact Doctor Shaw at: email@example.com
A daily devotional site, recommended by Father Jonathan:
Pause, listen, think, pray, go.
Very simple. Very sweet.
Established in 1928, Camp Huston in Gold Bar, Washington is a part of the missionary and educational outreach of the Episcopal Diocese of Olympia.
Our Summer Camp and Conference Center programs are open to those from all walks of life. Set in the beautiful foothills of the Cascade Mountains about an hour east of Seattle, Camp Huston offers seclusion, relaxation, adventure, outdoor recreation, comfortable meeting spaces and team-building opportunities.
The Book of Common Prayer
The online Book of Common Prayer.
Sometimes you just need a few minutes with prayer #62, and life begins to make sense again.
St. Paul's is located in one of the nicest neighborhoods in Bellingham. Nestled on the hill just north of downtown Bellingham, Wa. and overlooking the harbor lies the historic neighborhood of Columbia.
Home to Elizabeth Park, the first city park in Bellingham, and sweeping views of the bay Columbia neighbors enjoy a rich sense of place here. From character homes to old growth trees we celebrate the history of our neighborhood. When strolling through our streets one encounters the sound of children playing in one of our three parks and bicyclists on their way to work or play. But, it's really the people that make Columbia special. Neighbors come together for concerts in Elizabeth Park, Bike Parades, potlucks and block parties.
So, welcome to Columbia! A friendly place to call home.