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5 Marks of Love
This six-week journey of reflection on the Anglican Marks of Mission is now available
as an anytime series for individuals and groups. Observe and reflect on the ways in which
the Divine Life expresses itself in and through us; individually, and in our faith communities,
as well as in the world around us. Each week will explore the Anglican Marks of Mission (Tell,
Teach, Tend, Transform and Treasure) through videos, questions, and exercises designed to help
us speak more clearly and act truthfully, motivated always by hearts marked by God's love.
Subscribe to receive the series' video meditations from the SSJE Brothers directly in your
inbox, or scroll down and view the videos online. Download the accompanying workbook with
suggested activities and reflection questions.
Joy Retreat - May 3rd - 5th, 2019
The annual Joy Retreat last year was a good sized crowd and it was a rich weekend of learning and sharing.
Fantastic location, incredible food, and a wonderful community of Christians.
You will find complete information for the Joy Retreat 2019 here more »... don't miss it!
This is where we have provided many links to our Episcopal and Anglican world along with other useful links...
- Episcopal Relief & Development
Episcopal Relief & Development is an international relief and development agency and a compassionate response to human suffering on behalf of The Episcopal Church of the United States. Our work to heal a hurting world is guided by the principles of compassion, dignity and generosity.
- Episcopal Church USA
The main web page for The Episcopal Church (TEC) here in the USA.
- Episcopal News Service
The Episcopal News Service is now here!
- The Episcopal Diocese of Montana
The Episcopal Diocese of Montana (In Helena).
- Camp Marshall Web Page
This is a great site to keep up on the happenings at our camp.
The Archbishop of Canterbury web site.
- Anglicans Online
A good source of news for Anglicans worldwide.
- Living Church
The Living Church Foundation Serving Episcopalians Since 1878.
- Saint Bede's Breviary
The St Bede's Breviary is an online breviary application designed to permit users to have a clear, streamlined, and user-friendly experience of the Daily Offices of the Episcopal Church as found in the authorized American Book of Common Prayer (1979 edition).
- The Daily Office On-line
Click through to todays prayer.
- The Text this Week
The Text This Week Lectionary, Scripture Study and Worship Links and Resources.
- Revised Common Lectionary
REVISED COMMON LECTIONARY YEAR's A B C Adapted for use
in the Episcopal Church Complete (Adobe pdf file).
- The Daily Office - Celtic Daily Prayer
Morning, Midday and Evening Prayer - is at the core of the life of the Northumbria Community. A regular cycle of daily prayers constitutes the essential rhythm of life around which other activities can take their proper place.
- Forward Movement - Today's Devotion
Forward Movement is an official, non-profit agency whose mission is to reinvigorate the Episcopal Church day by day. Since 1935 we have published the quarterly devotional Forward Day by Day, as well as pamphlets, booklets, and books that encourage and nourish people in their lives of prayer and faith.
- Oswald Chambers
Oswald Chambers "My Utmost for His Highest" daily devotional.
- Sacred Space
We invite you to make a 'Sacred Space' in your day, and spend ten minutes, praying here and now, as you sit at your computer, with the help of on-screen guidance and scripture chosen specially every day.
- The Order of Saint Benedict
The Rule of Benedict (RB) constitutes the basic guide for thousands of Christians who are committed to the monastic movement. Many disciples of Jesus followed the Rule in the past and many still do so today. Written in the sixth century the Rule was followed in thousands of monasteries in Europe, so much so that the Church of the early Middle Ages, beginning especially in the ninth century, was characterized as monastic.