Diocese of Lincoln Home Page
The Church of England
Library. Many contemporary Anglican liturgical texts.
Next Sunday's readings from the Revised Common Lectionary, updated
every Sunday night. Downloadable as an RTF file.
to Christian Resources on the Net
A Church Near You. Church of England church search site.
of Common Prayer
Worship. The new prayer book of the C of E.
Oremus Bible Browser. Browse the New Revised Standard Version (Anglicised)
Orders of Service for daily Morning, Evening and Night Prayer
Prayer. Franciscan liturgy
The CyberHymnal. Enormous
range of hymns with excellent details of authors and composers and
midi files of the tunes.
Liturgy: Christian worship & spirituality - A New Zealand site serving individuals and communities seeking to have worship and spirituality that is vital, transforming, and faithful.
The Bible Society.
The Church Times online.
Church Care. One-stop
site for churchwardens and any others involved in looking after historic
For a daily scriptural meditation, visit Our Daily Bread.
Thinking Anglicans. A website for thoughtful contributions to the proclamation of the gospel message. Here writers reflect on what it means to be a Christian, particularly in Britain today.
Affirming Catholicism. Working to make the Catholic element within Anglicanism a positive force for the Gospel and a model for effective mission today.
The Rejesus site. Find out about the Lord Jesus.
Pray as You go. Downloadable prayer and reflection.
Sacred Space. Jesuit-inspired spirituality.
London Internet Church. Media-rich site, hosted by the Archdeacon of London.
i-church. Diocese of Oxford sponsors this site.
Saint Mary's Around the World
- Saint Mary
and Saint Nicolas, Spalding
- Abbey Church of
St. Mary and St. Thomas of Canterbury, Wymondham
- Cathedral Church of St Mary the Virgin, Edinburgh
- St Mary's
Episcopal Church, Napa, California, USA
Mary the Virgin, Weldam, Goor, The Netherlands
- St Mary's, North Melbourne,
- Saint Mary the Virgin,
New York City. Ultra high episcopalian church.
- The Shrine of Our Lady
of Walsingham. Ecumenical gateway to both Anglican
and RC shrines at the small Norfolk village of Walsingham.