Links and Resources
Anglicans Online has news and information about the Episcopal Church and the Anglican Communion.
Episcopal Church USA provides resources and information for the Episcopal parish member to live a fuller life as a Christian, and as an Episcopalian.
Episcopal Diocese of Arizona - this website provides information about all the Episcopal congregations in Arizona.
Episcopal Church Women
- The ECW works to assist the women of the Episcopal
Church to carry on Christ's work of reconciliation in the world and to take
their place as leaders in the life, governance and worship of the church.
Episcopal Life Online includes selections from our national monthly publication that provide broad coverage of church work and ministry, Christian living, family life, contemporary issues, feature columns, reviews of books, films and CDs, and a forum that welcomes readers’ views.
The Episcopal Church and Visual Arts - encouraging visual arts in the life of the Episcopal Church.
The Book of Common Prayer - very comprehensive site that provides several versions of the Book of Common Prayer in digital form. They also have prayer books from all over the world.
The Blue Letter Bible is an on-line
interactive reference library continuously updated from the teachings and
commentaries of selected pastors and teachers who hold to the conservative,
historical Christian faith.
The Daily Office - exists to give busy people a way to participate in Morning and Evening Prayer including the readings and psalms for each day (along with a bit of music!). You will also find Noonday Prayer, Compline, and Devotions for Individuals and Families here. These rites are based on The Book of Common Prayer.
The Anglican Communion an online portal to the news, information and resources about and from the 38 Anglican Provinces around the world that comprise the Anglican Communion of Churches. The Anglican Communion carries out a number of ministries as joint initiatives or in partnerships, some of which are managed or coordinated by the Anglican Consultative Council and its Secretariat, known as the Anglican Communion Office (ACO), in London.