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Season of Creation


Daily Devotions

        Many Christians devote a portion of their day to prayer, scripture and reflection. The term "Daily Office" means our daily service or                duty.


      Daily prayer in a time of quarantine. Click the Menu button (looks like a box) in the upper right corner.


       Short guided reflections create a time-out for prayer


Bible Study Resources


       Well illustrated short videos about every Book of the Old and New Testaments created by the University of Nottingham (U.K.)

       Department of Theology and Religious Studies.


        For the Bible "nerd," a great tool for closely reading scripture. Includes Hebrew and Greek, various translations, links to lexicons,                  commentaries (the "oldies").

       Great site for teachers, preachers and the just-curious. A well "curated" selection of links follows the Revised Common Lectionary for the         liturgical seasons. Sites for art, music, movies, hymn choices, new commentaries, etc.


Theology of Work Project
"If God is the god of everything, your work matters to God." TOW offers articles and commentaries for Christians curious about the intersection of workplace and spiritual life. Conservative perhaps to some readers, just right for others. You decide.


For Families with Children
Ideas for crafts, lessons at home, and just being a parent and disciple

       For parents


       Godly Play is THE resource for teaching children about faith through hands on creativity. The creativity shown in this library of videos             will amaze you.

       Catholic crafts for kids and more. Lots of fun easy projects, printables and such that relate to the liturgy and saints.

Lectio Divina - "Divine Reading"
Pastor Ali recommends the following resources for those interested in lectio divina.


Meditation, Reflection, and Feeding your Soul
A sampling of essays and podcasts

       "Widening the circle of inclusion within the church and empowering all the baptized for the role to which they have been called as                followers of Christ."

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