Here you will find some additional information and resources for online worship.
Notice of Church Postponement – A letter from our Rector, The Rev. Lori Walton dated March 11 2020 can be found here.
Staying Connected through Common Prayer – Rev. Lori’s Letter of March 13, 2020 can be found here.
Bishop Marc’s Letter of March 11 2020, the latest communication from our Diocese and Bishop can be found here.
The Lectionary Page includes all the readings for Sundays and Holy Days can be found here.
Lessons for Daily Morning and Evening Prayer can be found here.
The National Cathedral – The National Cathedral in Washington DC will live-stream their services on their website.
Grace Cathedral, San Francisco – Our Diocesan Cathedral of California shares a livestream at 11:00am on Sundays.
Pray as you Go A short, daily scripture reading coupled with music, reflection, and questions to ponder. Many other tools are available on this site such as the Examen for various ages and prayers and exercises for many conditions. This can also be accessed through a podcast or app (go to your favorite podcasting app or to your app store and search for it. https://pray-as-you-go.org/
Unafraid, by Adam Hamilton A series of short videos of a conversation led by Methodist Minister Adam Hamilton. These videos discuss worries and fears and how our faith helps us to live with courage and hope. https://my.amplifymedia.com/amplify/series/unitedmethodistpublishinghouse/14438-unafraid
Faith@Home Lectionary-based readings and reflections through several mediums: video, audio, textual. The offerings include things you can do and well as things to listen and watch. This resource is excellent for families and people of all ages. www.dofaithathome.org
The Liturgist Meditations A series of meditations to help you focus, release your worry and find peace. Meditations hosted by the Liturgists: Dr. Hillary McBride, Michael Gungor, Lisa Gungor, Science Mike and others. New meditations released each week.
Episcopal News Service site for full coverage of the coronavirus can be found here.
A Prayer for Today’s Time of Pandemic can be found here.