Spiritual Reflections of Faith and Prayer
People throughout history in every generation have strived to live a spiritual life, to find a connection to God that nourishes, challenges, inspires, and ultimately helps create growth and maturity. For Christians, prayer is a central part of living the spiritual life. Like Jesus, who prayed over and over again in his life, we too seek to find space and time in our lives for both communal and private prayer. Jesus prayed on his good days, and he prayed on his bad days, and so can we.
The links offered below are meant to help stimulate your prayer life and give you a space to reflect upon your spiritual path. There are many ways to pray, and the options below offer several different styles of on-line prayer. We hope you find a few that you like.
Here are some links to some of our favorite prayer/spirituality websites.
A way to pray the Episcopal Daily Office online every day.
Services directly from the Book of Common Prayer, including midi files to sing hymns with!
This is an excellent online daily meditation site, geared towards more reflective/contemplative prayer than the other Daily Office sites.
A Roman Catholic site that is great for doing online “Lectio Divina” (Holy Reading) with the Bible or other Historical Christian writers.
A site featuring different prayers from the world’s spiritual and religious traditions.
A site with information about the spiritual practice of walking the labyrinth.
The website of the Society of Saint John the Evangelist, an order of Episcopal monks in Cambridge (Harvard Square) who offer daily services and regular spiritual retreats.