The world is much larger than it seems. For your reference, we've included some other interesting sites that may enrich your web surfing.
A 28-day meditation series which walks through aspects of grief and loss.
A daily meditation, focusing on a piece of scripture. Forward Day By Day has been enjoyed since 1935.
Old/New Music: Ana Hernandez MySpace
Ana Hernandez's music and sacred chants are a delight to the ear.
The premiere site for information and links to sites regarding the worldwide Anglican Communion, its member Churches, and their parishes.
This reference site includes several different versions of the BCP, available for download in different formats. Also allows you to compare different versions side-by-side for research purposes.
An eclectic potpourri of things Episcopalian, including art, blogs, videos, and meditations.
The main hub for the Episcopal Church, including webcasts from the Presiding Bishop, and Anglican Communion information.
This site offers a more local view of the Episcopal world, including a calendar, multimedia coverage, a church locator, and personal statements from Bishop Eugene Sutton.
Through the Episcopal Church, this site offers comprehensive news. You can also subscribe to their rss feed here.
The worldwide relief agency of the Episcopal Church. Provides money and resources in times of emergency or disaster.
A lighthearted, enjoyable videolog from a young Episcopal pries about 'the treasures of Christianity
Forward Movement is the home of the popular Forward Day by Day publication. They offer daily emails with devotionals, and other reading selections.
This website from Episcopal priest Barbara Crafton offers what she calls "Electronic Meditations," or "eMos," as well as many other interesting links
A full-year lectionary calendar, which also lists alternate readings for the week.
New Revised Standard Version (American and Anglicized versions), and several versions of the Psalms.
An international network of partners offers the full conference experience, including all of the keynotes via webcast and facilitated small group reflections.