Links to Other Sites
The Internet abounds in interesting web sites that relate to God, Christianity, and religion
in general. This page points to some sites to help you begin your net search.
Trinity takes part in
Christmas Child each year. Their website tells more about the program,
and Samaritan's Purse, the sponsoring organization.
Our Lenten offerings are given to
The Heifer International Project's Fill
the Ark campaign.
Episcopal Relief and Development is
the collective response of Episcopalians to help people in need.
The Episcopal Church of the USA
has a website for our National Church.
Do you have questions about the Episcopal Church, or what we believe? The
Seekers and Visitors
Page has answers to many questions, as well as a link to a glossary of
Throughout the world, national churches in Communion with the Church of England are members of
The Anglican Communion, which has about 70
million members in about 160 countries. The Episcopal Church is one of these churches.
Trinity is one of 67 parishes in the
Diocese of Western Massachusetts.
The Episcopal Church and the Evangelical Lutheran Church in
America are in full Communion with each other.
The Book of Common Prayer Online
The Book of Common Prayer
is the basis for all Anglican worship. Originally published in England
in the sixteenth century, it has been revised over time to reflect the needs of national churches
around the world. This page contains links to many versions of the Book of Common Prayer.
The Daily Office from the Book of
Common Prayer is available, either to be used online or to be downloaded to your computer.
Other Interesting Sites
is a weekly electronic magazine of news and information about Anglicans
Online Resources page points to so many interesting sites that it's silly
to try to duplicate it.
Education for Ministry,
affectionately known as EFM, is a program of theological education-at-a-distance
of the School of Theology of the University of the South, a seminary of the Episcopal
Church. Students sign
up one year at a time for this four-year program. It covers the basics of a theological
education in the Old and New Testaments, church history, liturgy, and theology. Mary and Doug
Lloyd, Steve Ketcham and Cathy Poch are graduates of EFM.
See the Creation in a beautiful computer
An online art gallery, designed to "stimulate, educate,
challenge and give pleasure" as it explores "new possibilities within the relationship
between the Church and the arts," has made its debut to rave reviews. The
gallery is sponsored by a new church-wide arts group, Episcopal Church and the Visual
Trinity Church Wall Street, St. Paul's Chapel,
and their historic churchyards are adjacent to "Ground Zero" in New York.
Read The Lord's Prayer in hundreds
Enjoy some music as you read, courtesy of The Cyber Hymnal.
Looking for books about the Episcopal Church, prayer, or other aspects of Christian life?
Links to Other Parish Web Pages
Congregations page on the Diocesan web site contains a list of all of
the parishes in Western Massachusetts. Any parish that has a website has a link.
The Ark is an ecumenical Christian community established in 1969 by the Episcopal
Diocese of Western Massachusetts, which serves the campus of the University of
Massachusetts and the other four college campuses in the Pioneer Valley.
Trinity is the easternmost parish in our diocese. Several neighboring parishes in the
Diocese of Massachusetts have web pages:
The Milford Homepage contains much information about the
Our Covenant partner,
St Mary of the Assumption also has