Below you will find several links to websites that may help you on your spiritual journey. Extend your experience beyond Sunday worship or personal prayer and get in touch with some other ways to refresh your spirit!
This site is affiliated with the “Search and Call” ministry of the Disciples of Christ, a sister denomination. Within the website one finds links to spiritual practices, wellness, and blogs for clergy and other church leaders (that’s you!) concerned about nurturing their spiritual life.
This Presbyterian resource is in transition from a print subscription to an electronic resource. It offers articles about spirituality and will eventually be a clearing-house for contemplative retreats and scheduled spirituality events.
Filled with inspirational stories about everyday heroes, acts of kindness, gratitude for nature, and other ways to get you moving, this site invites you to see the good, seek the good and do it!
One can sign up for a daily devotional email, written by leaders in the United Church of Christ—an excellent way to start the day.
At the heart of faith is our gratitude to God. This eclectic site offers many ways to express and experience gratitude. Try the on-line candle-lighting exercise and become part of an international community of prayer!
Links here include many ways to practice spirituality, including studying the Psalms, meditating, taking an e-course on praying for peace and justice and accessing audio, video, and written resources on spiritual disciplines for everyday life.
The daily pages of the PCUSA mission yearbook, contain a new prayer each day, information about missions for the day and a list of the daily lectionary readings.
Sponsored by PCUSA, this site gives you a time to center yourself, read scripture and a devotion and pray.