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Spirituality
The Anglican/Episcopal Church has a long history of deep spirituality.  Daily prayer has always been a part of this church. It is important to nourish the spirit and this nourishment can take on many different forms. 
Center for Christian Spirituality at General Theological Seminary
A variety of courses preparing lay people and clergy for leadership in ministries of spiritual formation. This program also offers a Master of Arts, or the Master of Sacred Theology degrees with a concentration in Christian Spirituality.
Center for Spiritual Development at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral
A program and ministry for learning and spiritual development at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral in Portland, Oregon. While our identity is rooted in the Christian tradition, all serious seekers and lovers of God are invited to participate in programs.
Daily Prayer Online
The services of Morning Prayer, Evening Prayer and Night Prayer for today, tomorrow and yesterday are available online to help you find time for God during your day. From the Church of England.
Forward Day by Day
A resource for daily prayer and Bible study and is now read by more than a half million readers. Meditations offer an inspirational reflection centering on one of the daily lectionary readings.
ExploreFaith.org
This community of faith is dedicated to sharing their beliefs and experiences with anyone seeking answers to spiritual questions. Launched in 1999, explorefaith.org is a non-profit organization with a growing list of Partner Churches that support its mission and development. Explorefaith.org and its associates are deeply committed to ongoing spiritual formation for people of all ages and all backgrounds, living in countries around the world.
Geranium Farm, The
A ministry started by Episcopal priest Barbara Cawthorne Crafton. Almost every day, you can receive a brief meditation (eMos) via e-mail. These mediations are intended to be something to help you start your day with thoughtfulness. Sometimes the eMos are funny and sometimes they're sad. Often, they're both.
MethodX
This online Christian community is a place where young adults (college to 30s) can identify and explore their relationships with God and with others. MethodX is sponsored by an interdenominational and global Christian ministry called Upper Room Ministries.
Mission of St. Clare
This website has the Daily Office available in both English and Spanish in various formats as well as other devotional material.
Oremus - Let Us Pray
Oremus is a place of prayer on the Internet, including resources for daily prayer, other worship, and a comprehensive compilation of hymns, and liturgical texts, old and new.
Spirituality & Health
This ministry reports on the people, the practices, and the ideas of the current spiritual renaissance. It also offers self-tests, guidance on spiritual practices; reviews of the latest resources for people on spiritual journeys; inspiration and insights from leading teachers, researchers, and practitioners; and a forum for the active exchange of ideas among various disciplines and communities.
Science & Spirit Resources
The goal of this website is to promote understanding, enlightenment and exploration of the relationships between science and spirituality. It was created by Science and Spirit Resources, Inc., a non-profit organization that promotes worldwide ecumenical interest in this field.