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Diocesan Efforts
  • Episcopal Diocese of California – Pro/Claim – Pro/Claim is a five-session, web-based, multimedia curriculum. Using the Public Narrative storytelling method, it teaches Episcopalians how to make the extraordinary — in this case, the radical promises of our baptism — accessible in the language of our everyday lives.
  • Episcopal Diocese of MaineHoly Conversations – In his 2012 Diocesan Convention presentation, Bishop Stephen Lane invited the people of the diocese of Maine to move out in faith and to connect the Good News we’ve received with those outside the church is to do the work. They are using web conferencing to stay connected as they embark on a process of reading, reflecting, peer mentoring, and moving outside of church structures  to risk sharing faith in public places and public ways.
  • Episcopal Diocese of TexasThe LOGOS Project – The LOGOS project is a video series presenting global faith leaders offering their expertise on theological, practical and spiritual subjects. These videos are free and available for any person or congregation for personal or teaching opportunities.  Launched by The Episcopal Diocese of Texas at Diocesan Council in 2013, this video series was inspired by “TED Talks” and seeks to offer new and great ideas that can be easily shared across a variety of platforms.
  • Episcopal Church of VermontStirrings of the Spirit is a three-year strategy for the Episcopal Church in Vermont to explore and create exciting and innovative models for a rural diocese comprised of new expressions of clergy and lay leadership;  innovative expressions of liturgy; exploration of the church in the public square; and enhanced understandings of what mission, outreach, discipleship, and baptismal ministry look like for Vermont Episcopalians in the 21st century.

Parish-based Efforts
  • Trinity Wall StreetWebcasts
  • St. Paul’s Episcopal, Church, Duluth – Online Faith Formation Resources
    Faith formation does not just take place within the walls of our church; it takes place 24/7/365 and this website is built to provide you with access to not only the activities and programs that happen at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church; but online tools, tips, resources, blogs and smartphone apps to help you on your journey of faith.
  • St. Mary & St. Martha of Bethany, Bulford, GA – eFoundation Online Adult Formation – Free open online learning environment exists to share and build the Episcopalian/Anglican theological tradition within our local parish and with the world in a fresh and engaging way. Some of the courses are offered live, corresponding with a Faith Formation class on-campus at the parish, and other courses are self-paced and offered all the time throughout the year.

Seminary Efforts

Curated Websites

Curricular Resources
  • art/y/fact.Xn – art/y/fact.Xn is a tool for interpreting and meditating with Christian art with tools for engaging artworks about Jesus, Mary, other figures and stories from the Bible, Saints, Angels and Demons. The 100+ articles include Basic Info, a list of What to Look For, and questions that guide General, Personal, and Historical Interpretations of the artworks. In addition, the app provides tools from the worlds of art, history, and theology to help the user dig deeper into the meaning of an artwork.
  • Church Publishing Inc (Episcopalian) – Seasonal Resources

  • Father Matthew PresentsYouTube Videos, website
  • Leader ResourcesDownloadable Resources
  • My Faith, My Life (book by Jennifer Gamber) – Online Resources
  • NOOMA is a series of short films that explore our world from a perspective of Jesus. NOOMA is an invitation to search, question, and join the discussion.

    NOOMA films are created and produced by Flannel, a nonprofit organization, committed to giving everyone a fresh and compelling look at the teachings of Jesus. website app

  • Busted Halo (Paulist Fathers) – website for Young Adults – BustedHalo.com strives to reveal the spiritual dimension of our lives through feature stories, reviews, interviews, faith guides, commentaries, audio clips, discussions and connections to retreat, worship and service opportunities that can’t be found anywhere else. We are committed to creating a forum that is: open, informed, unexpected, unpredictable, balanced, and thought-provoking.
  • The Thoughtful ChristianDownloadable Resource

Prayer and other Spiritual Resources