- The Daily Office in The Book of Common Prayer, pp. 37 – 147
- Forward Day by Day is a manual of daily readings and devotions. The need to not only read scripture but meditate on it is so very helpful in our daily walk. Forward Day by Day helps us do that. Copies are available in the Narthex (entry) area.
- Sessions of Adult Sunday School
The Daily Office
http://www.missionstclare.com This site provides easy access to the Episcopal offices of Morning and Evening Prayer, with the readings updated every day. If you have good speakers on your computer, there is appropriate music. Come for the Daily Office; stay to explore the other resources.
The (Online) Book of Common Prayer
http://www.bcponline.org The (Online) Book of Common Prayer according to the use of the Episcopal Church. Also includes links to three versions of the Bible – the RSV, the NRSV, and the KJV.
Lent Madness http://www.lentmadness.org/about/
Not really a devotional, but a painless way to learn about people who have been important in the Church’s history.
http://prayer.forwardmovement.org/fdd Online version of Forward Day by Day (see above).
http://www.d365.org/todaysdevotion/ Geared for teens, but helpful for adults, too.
LENTEN READINGS IN BOOKS:
The Crown and The Fire Meditations on the Cross and the Life of the Spirit, N.T. Wright, SPCK, London. This book of Lenten meditations is especially good for Holy Week ($25 at Amazon.com; $11.99 in Kindle)
Lenten Reflections from A Father Who Keeps His Promises, Scott Hahn, Servant Books, Cincinnati. Lenten meditations from a Roman Catholic lay theologian. ($11.39 at Amazon.com; $8.49 in Kindle)