A selection of sites for your information


Faith and prayer sites

Choral Evensong

A website that allows people to find a choral evensong near them, and which serves as an introduction to the magnificent choral tradition.

Alpha
Alpha is an opportunity for anyone to explore the Christian faith in a relaxed, non-threatening setting over ten thought-provoking weekly sessions, with a day or weekend away.

Crosswalk
An intersection of Faith and Life

Rejesus
A place to explore the story of Jesus, pray, discuss, be entertained and discover how Jesus is understood, followed, interpreted and worshipped. Rejesus.co.uk encourages visitors to take a fresh look at Jesus and to make a step or two of faith.

Sacred Space
Daily Prayer on-line produced by the Irish Jesuits.

Word on the Web
Free daily Bible notes online, or straight to your computer by e-mail: a Church Army project.

Greenbelt
Youth festival, music festival, political festival, evangelical festival, development festival, broke festival, harvest festival… there’s something in all these myths about Greenbelt that is accurate, but nothing entirely true.

Christian Bookshops

Church House Publishing
Reports, books, liturgy and worship all available via the on-line shop.

SPCK Online Bookshop
The Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge is the Church of England's oldest Society. In addition to their 30 UK bookshops, they offer a wide range of books and resources on line.

The Bible Gateway

Oremus Bible Browser

Church House Bookshop
The official bookshop of the Church of England.

Wesley Owen
Largest Christian website bookshop featuring bibles, Christian books, videos, software for Christians, gifts, bible studies and schools, all for sale online.  

Church of England Sites

Anglican Communion
The Birmingham diocese, within the Province of Canterbury, in the Church of England, is part of the worldwide Anglican Communion.

Archbishop of Canterbury
The Most Reverend and Right Honourable Dr Rowan Williams, Archbishop of Canterbury and Primate of All England.

Archbishop of York
The Archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu.

Church Army
The Church Army has been at the heart of evangelism within the Church of England since 1882 when Prebendary Wilson Carlile, a young curate at St. Mary Abbots, Kensington, founded the Church Army to take the Gospel to all, but particularly those suffering the injustices of the age. This has been the Church Army's goal ever since.

Church Commissioners
The Church Commissioners manage and distribute the proceeds of the Church of England's historic investments. The web site includes useful information for clergy including payroll advice and details of car loans etc.

Church of England Readers
News and resources for and about Readers from the Central Readers' Council.

Church of England
The official website of the Church of England.

College of Preachers
At a time when many questions are being asked about the place of preaching at the beginning of the third millennium, we aim to encourage informed, productive debate, and offer practical help to those engaged in preaching around our country week in, week out.

Encounters on the Edge
George Lings’ series of quarterly investigations looking at emerging forms of Anglican churches, crossing the widening gap to the non- churched. A Church Army project.

Fresh Expressions
Fresh Expressions' aim is to resource a growing movement of fresh expressions of church. All around the edge of the churches there good things growing. This is a new movement of mission across every tradition. Everyone can play a part.
Fresh Expressions is an initiative of the Archbishops of Canterbury and York supported by the Methodist Council.