We hope that these resources will help you to be at one with God on a daily basis. May God bless you on your spiritual journey!
Online Prayer Resources
The Daily Office of the Episcopal Church, Inclusive Language
Provides inclusive-language versions of Morning, Noon, and Evening Prayer, Compline, and the canticles.
Mission of St. Clare Daily Office of the Episcopal Church
Offers Morning and Evening Prayer using the order set out in the Book of Common Prayer. Also offers the Daily Offices (morning, noon, evening, night), links to audio Daily Offices, and much more. Don’t miss the photo of the mission.
Offers a short four-part prayer each day. Gentle and loving in spirit.
Pray the Daily Office with the Northumbrian Community of Ireland
Offers a version of the Daily Office that draws from Celtic spiritual sources such as St Patrick’s Breastplate, Teresa’s Bookmark, and Columba’s Blessing as well as from the psalms and other traditional sources. The Northumbrian Community is dedicated to the new monasticism movement.
Audio recordings of the Daily Office of the Episcopal Church
Provides audio readings with quiet music for Morning Office, Noon Office, and Compline. Soothing and beautifully read.
BCP Online, contains most of the Book of Common Prayer Android
Daily Revised Common Lectionary Readings
An easy-to-use, beautiful website that provides the daily readings, provided by the Vanderbilt University Divinity Library.
The Lectionary for the Episcopal Church
Liturgy readings from the Revised Common Lectionary, the official lectionary for the Diocese of Massachusetts and many denominations throughout the country.
Episcopal Church Resources
The Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts
Up-to-date information on Diocese happenings and ministries, church news and resources, job listings, and many other resources provided by the largest Episcopal Diocese in the country.
The Episcopal Church
Website of the Episcopal Church in the USA, with information about Episcopalian beliefs, ministries throughout the nation, and church organizations and governing bodies.
Comprehensive information on what Anglicans believe.
The Society of St. John the Evangelist
A monastic community of the Episcopal Church offering daily worship (including Compline), spiritual direction, and retreats. You can subscribe to their daily email with a short spiritual message, called Brother, Give Us a Word.