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"From the rising of the sun.... to its setting.... the LORD will be praised"

In this side chapel you will find links to Great Episcopalian Sites on the Web as well as spiritual enouragement and challenge from some of the best writers of your tradition. Check out the WebChurch Databank for more Christian resources on the Internet.
For Prayer.....

O God, the protector of all that trust in thee, without whom nothing is strong, nothing is holy; Increase and multiply on us thy mercy; that being our ruler and guide, we may so pass through things temoporal, that we finally lose not the things eternal: Grant this, O heavenly father for Jesus Christ's sake our Lord.

(Collect for the fourth Sunday after Trinity, Book of Common Prayer)

For Reflection.....

To enter into God's plan for us is to be most sovereignly ourselves.
(Austin Farrer, The Brink of Mystery)

"The things I assert most vigorously are those that I resisted long and accepted late."
(John Donne)

Christianity, if false, is of no importance,
and, if true, of infinite importance.
The one thing it cannot be is moderately important
(CS Lewis)

To discover in our 'emptying' and crucifying the 'emptying' of Jesus on the cross is to find God there, and so to know that God is not destroyed or divided by the intolerable contradictions of human suffering. .... In the middle of the fire we are healed and restored - though never taken out of it. As Augustine wrote, it is at night that His voice is heard.
(Rowan Williams, The Wound of Knowledge)

  • Anglicans Online  
    This is a TERRIFIC site. Become an honorary Anglican (it's not that painful and it washes off....) and drop-in. Good current events sections, guide to Christian forums, newsgroups and mailing-lists on the Internet. Good on resources and issues.

  • The Windsor Report - the Cartoon Version

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