St. James Episcopal Church
Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Located on Historic Route 7A in the heart of Arlington, VT
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Links

 
Parish Information
 
St. James' on the web - The Fullness of Circles - St. James' Arlington - Summer Lunch Program and more -  from the Trinity Church, Rultand blog
 
Sunday's Readings - select the month and  day to view that day's lectionary
Testament for St. James from Patricia Gordon Michael
Palm Crosses - instructions for making your own palm cross by Yvonne Sutton
  
 
Diocesan Resources 
 
Episcopal Diocese of Vermont - A valuable website for Diocesan information
Mountain E-news - A valuable electronic newsletter of Diocesan information
Hopkins Bookshop is a specialty bookstore located on the lower level of St. Paul's Cathedral, Burlington. Hopkins Bookshop is great resource for books to challenge, inspire, and nourish us on our spiritual journeys
 
 
 
Episcopal Church Resources
Episcopal Life Online - (formally Episcopal News Service)
 
Episcopal Cafe - A visually appealing, intellectually stimulating, spiritually enriching and at least occasionally amusing site where Episcopalians and those interested in our church can read, watch, listen and reflect upon contemporary life in a context informed by faith and animated by the spirit of charity
 
Daily Office and Daily Meditations
Mission St Clare Daily Office - The Daily Office in English and Spanish including the accompanying readings and psalms
Daily Office .org - Your Online Chapel of Ease™ - Great site - easy access to Daily Office
Forward Day by Day - Provides daily meditations based on readings from the Bible appointed by the Lectionaries 
 
 
Online Bibles and Prayer Books
 
Oremus Bible Browser- New Revised Standard Version (American and Anglicized versions), and several versions of the Psalms
Bible Gateway - Bible resources including the Bible in multi languages, versions, audio, commentaries, downloads and much more
Book of Common Prayer  -A Comprehensive Resource for the Book of Common Prayer for the U.S. Episcopal Church, including sections formatted as the original. We currently use the 1979 edition.

 

Information on our Historical Cemetery

St James Cemetery, the resting place of many of the Ethan Allen's Revolutionary War's "Green Mountain Boys" and their families, along with many other founders of Vermont.

 

Other Resources

 The Center for Progressive Christianity

 Vermont Power and Light