Home Worship Resources

Here are some worship resources to use at home while we are not able to worship together. Remember that we are the church and being the church with our families will help us get to the light we see on the other side of this crisis.

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Family Worship on Sundays: Palm Sunday, April 5, 2020

Click HERE to access the service for Palm Sunday. Divide up the parts of the service among your family to engage and worship together. Create some time for reflection around the family table and enjoy being with God. Use your sacred space to help with your daily and weekly worship and prayer.

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Family Worship on Sundays: March 29, 2020

Click HERE to access the service for this Sunday. Divide up the parts of the service among your family to engage and worship together. Create some time for reflection about the readings and enjoy being with God and maybe think about a sacred space for worship in your home.


Click here for the online version of the Book of Common Prayer for your reference.

Click here for the online version of the 1982 Hymnal

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Family Worship on Sundays: March 22, 2020

Click HERE to access the service for this Sunday. Divide up the parts of the service among your family to engage and worship together. Create some time for reflection about the readings and enjoy being with God.

Click here for the online version of the Book of Common Prayer for your reference.

Click here for the online version of the 1982 Hymnal

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Other at Home Resources

The National Cathedral in Washington, D.C. is streaming daily Morning Prayer and Evening Prayer worship services. Click HERE to access the videos or watch on their Facebook Page at 7 am and 7 pm.

The Mission of Saint Clare has The Daily Office posted for you to use during this trying time. Click HERE to visit their worship page.

Katie Churchwell, The Canon for Community Formation at the Cathedral of Saint Peter in Saint Petersburg, Florida, hosts “Pop-Up Prayer” on her Facebook Page. She is amazing and you can check her out by clicking HERE.

Bishop Curry and the Episcopal Church have a host of Lenten Resources on their webpage. Click HERE to access the resources and explore their page. You can also follow Bishop Curry on Facebook by clicking HERE.