Being a Christian is not essentially about joining a church or being a nice person, but about following in the footsteps of Jesus, taking his teachings seriously, letting his Spirit take the lead in our lives, and in so doing helping to change the world from our nightmare into Gods dream.  ~Presiding Bishop Michael Curry

How to find the Bible online:

Book of Common Prayer and similar books:

Prayer Resources:

  • Pray As You Go Here is a helpful website, also available as an app for your smart phone or tablet, that offers you a daily practice of readings, prayers and even musical Psalms.

  • Forward Day by DayThese are the daily meditations that have traditionally been published in little monthly booklets.

  • Praying online with the Mission of St. ClareThis ecumenical website has morning and evening prayer.

  • Richard Rohr – will email a daily meditation to you each morning.

  • Monday Matters – Click on “subscribe to new posts” to receive an articulate, thoughtful meditation every Monday morning. They are written by Jay Sidebotham who is a cartoonist, priest, and leader of RenewalWorks.


Praying with Children and Teens:

Browse these ever-changing sites:

  • Episcopal Diocese of Maineour local diocese.

  • The Diolog – subscribe to the e-newsletter of the Diocese of Maine.

  • The Episcopal Church This rich website is full of resources, links and ideas. Some of our favorites are the emails from Presiding Bishop Michael Curry, creation care resources, The Way of Love: Practices for a Jesus-Centered Life, and information about the worldwide Episcopal Church and Anglican Communion.