ONLINE RESOURCES FOR ADULTS AND FAMILIES
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Forward Movement is offering an array of free resources to support individuals, families, and groups as they worship and pray at home. “Especially in this time, we must turn to Jesus Christ our Lord as we face fear and uncertainty,” said the Rev. Canon Scott Gunn, executive director of Forward Movement. “Though we may not be able to gather in person with others in our churches, we can pray to know that we are never alone, as Jesus has promised to be with us, even to the end of age.”
Official website of the Worldwide Anglican Communion, comprising over 80 million members in 44 regional and national member churches in over 160 countries. Contains links to the Archbishop of Canterbury, Lambeth Conference, Primates Meetings, and Anglican Consultative Council.
For more than 500 years, Anglicans have prayed Morning and Evening Prayer using the Daily Office. Right now people around the world are praying using today’s readings. This website is a convenient way to join with people in prayer at your own pace.
A very cool ministry of the Diocese of Washington that is visually appealing, spiritually enriching, and occasionally amusing where people can read, watch, listen, and reflect upon contemporary life.
The Lectionary Page contains the scripture readings for both the Revised Common Lectionary “RCL” and the Episcopal Lectionary “ECL.” St. Mark’s ordinarily uses the RCL readings. Readings for Lesser Feasts and Fasts are also included.
Illustrated Ministry offers free resources for kids. It's the same place we get our amazing lectionary-based children's bulletins and worship coloring pages.
Here’s a rich resource for helping families with young children connect at home.