The Episcopal Church of
2979 Coloma Street
Placerville, California 95667
(530) 622-2441 fax 642-8823
The Rev. Craig Kuehn, Rector
This month's featured link is the Order of the Daughters of the King. Get to know these sincerely committed and joyful laywomen as they pursue their spiritual journey in the footsteps of women of faith in all ages. The Daughters are commtted to the classic Christian rule of "ordo et opera", prayer and work. Learn the history and vision of this international organization, now in its third century of loving service. Feel free to submit your prayer requests to the St. Anne of the Sierras chapter at Our Saviour using the form below.
As religious strife and political disputes keep the Middle East in turmoil, the institutions of the Anglican Church shine like beacons of hope. Our schools, hospitals, orphanages and community centers serve all. Our doctors treat anyone who is sick. Two thousand years ago, in this very land, Jesus told us to heal the sick, clothe the naked and feed the hungry. Two thousand years later our Anglican institutions live out that mandate.
Learn more about the Jerusalem 2000 project of the office of the Presiding Bishop, and "...pray for the peace of Jerusalem." Psalm 122.
Access the resources of the Diocese of Northern California and
the Episcopal Church, USA on line.
Stay on top of the news with The Episcopal News Service and Bishop Lamb's weekly newsletter, On Line Aurora.
The single text which best defines the Anglican tradition is the
Book of Common Prayer.
The scripture readings appointed for feast days and Sundays of the year are contained in the Lectionary.
For your daily study and meditation Forward Day By Day is available on line.
A wealth of sacred writing from the classical Christian tradition are available at
the Christian Classics Ethereal Library.
Learn about spiritual renewal through the Cursillo movement in the Diocese of Northern California.
Keep up on current events in the world wide communion with Anglicans on-line.
Did you know there is a society of Anglican computer programmers?
The Society of Archbishop Justus is dedicated to the service of the church through use of the internet. Their site is well worth a visit.
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