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Art & Music

Episcopal Church and the Visual Arts (www.ecva.org ) -- Online exhibitions of art, arts calendar, articles, essays, and newsletters.

The Bible, The Book of Common Prayer, & Other Books

BibleGateway.com (www.biblegateway.com) Search many different Bible translations.

Book of Common Prayer (http://justus.anglican.org/resources/bcp/) All versions of the BCP, from the first version to the most recent.

Lectionary Page (http://www.lectionarypage.net/) In addition to providing a calendar of the RCL lectionary readings, this Episcopal page also gives daily readings from Holy Women, Holy Men.

Revised Common Lectionary (http://http://lectionary.library.vanderbilt.edu/)

RSV Bible online (http://www.hti.umich.edu/r/rsv/browse.html) Complete text of the Revised Standard Version of the Bible online, indexed by chapter.

The Message (http://www.biblegateway.com/versions/index.php?)
A modern paraphrase of the Bible by Eugene Peterson. To look up passages by book and chapter, click Bible-Book list.

The Episcopal Bookstore (http://www.episcopalbookstore.com) A full-service bookstore located in Seattle, with a focus on the needs and interests of the religious community.

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Couples & Relationships

Gottman Institute (www.gottman.com) Organization that applies leading-edge research on marriage in a practical, down-to-earth therapy and trains therapists committed to helping couples. Web resources include videos, FAQs, and tips (including "Marriage Tips 101").

PREP (Prevention and Relationship Enhancement Program) (www.prepinc.com) One of the most comprehensive and well-respected divorce-prevention/marriage-enhancing programs in the world. Includes tools for couples and reports on policy and research issues.

TherapistLocator.net (www.therapistlocator.net) Search for a marriage and family therapist or read about mental health issues of all types, including adoption, adolescent behavior problems, sexuality issues, and domestic violence. Sponsored by the American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy. (www.aamft.org).

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Diocese of Olympia

Churches in the Diocese List of all the churches in the Diocese of Olympia, with links to their websites.

Diocese of Olympia (http://www.ecww.org) Official site of the diocese to which St. Hugh belongs.

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Episcopal Church

Anglicans Online (http://anglicansonline.org/) Articles and news stories updated weekly along with links to over 6000 other sites; includes an introduction to Anglicanism and links to dioceses and parishes around the world.

Episcopal Bulletin Board (http://community.beliefnet.com/go/forum/view/34789/69469/) Discuss the church and its traditions with other Anglicans and Episcopalians.

Episcopal Church USA (www.episcopalchurch.org) Official site of the U.S. Episcopal Church.

The Revealer (www.therevealer.org) The Revealer is a publication of the New York University Department of Journalism and New York University's Center for Religion and Media, one of ten "Centers of Excellence" financed by The Pew Charitable Trusts as part of an effort to stimulate innovative research and teaching in the interdisciplinary study of religion. The Center's goal is to develop and broaden scholarship, pedagogy, and public knowledge of religion and media, in all their forms.

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Health

DrugWatch.com (www.DrugWatch.com)

Familydoctor.org (www.familydoctor.org)  User-friendly health information for the entire family; includes specific information for kids, teens, and parents; covers healthy living, self-care, drug facts for adults and the elderly.

General Pediatrics.com (www.generalpediatrics.com) Search for information on 200 different common health problems. Also includes links to hundreds of online resources.

Health On the Net Foundation (www.hon.ch/HONcode/) Provides useful guidelines for consumers and links to reputable governmental, commercial, and educational sites. The Code of Conduct helps “standardize the reliability of medical and health information available on the World Wide Web.”

National Episcopal Health Ministries (www.episcopalhealthministries.org) Resources for parish nurses and others working in health ministries in Episcopal churches around the U.S.; includes a FAQ, link list, and downloadable version of the NEHM monthly newsletter, Body & Soul.

QuackWatch (www.quackwatch.org) Provides quackery- and fraud-related information that is difficult or impossible to get elsewhere on the Web.

theStatus.com (www.thestatus.com) A free service available to people with serious diseases and conditions that enables families and friends to access information about them and their treatment without phoning or emailing the patient directly.

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Kids & Parents

Faith at Home (www.faith-at-home.com) Resources for parents, including tips, articles, a blog, Godly play information, book lists, and an ezine.

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Outreach

FaithTrust Institute (www.faithtrustinstitute.org) This international, multifaith organization offers a wide range of services and resources, including training, consultation and educational materials, to provide communities and advocates with the tools and knowledge they need to address the religious and cultural issues related to abuse.

St. Paul's Stories (www.stpaulsstories.blogspot.com) A blog (web log) telling the stories of St. Paul's Episcopal Church and School in the Hurricane Katrina devastated Lakeview section of New Orleans. We are called to help the St. Paul's community raise awareness of its struggle toward a new beginning, in particular through the individual stories of clergy, laity and school children, teachers and parents. This comes as part of the national Episcopal Church's We Will Stand With You program, which pairs dioceses and parishes across the land with Episcopal congregations whose buildings and ministries were damaged or destroyed by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita in the Gulf States last fall.

Together We Build (www.togetherwebuild.org) An Interfaith Coalition of Christians, Jews, and Muslims seeking to find common ground and learning from one another as we work together to build houses for low-income families in East King County, Washington.

Charter For Compassion (www.charterforcompassion.org) Theologian and author Karen Armstrong, upon winning the TED prize, invited leaders from many faiths around the world to participate in creating a "Charter for Compassion." This charter was completed on November 12, 2009, and can be read and/or downloaded by clicking on the link above.

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Prayer

Daily Office (http://www.missionstclare.com/english/index.html) Morning and Evening Prayers for each day of the year.

Sacred Space (http://sacredspace.ie/) The website guides you through a daily prayer, screen by screen, inviting you to pause and reflect.

St. Placid Priory (www.stplacid.org) The Benedictine Sisters of St. Placid Priory, a small monastic community in Lacey, cultivate a contemplative spirit that leads to hospitality and works of justice. We witness Gospel values in building community. We are committed to nurturing spiritual growth in ourselves and others, collaborative leadership, stewardship of the environment, and taking risks in following God's call.

The Society of St. John the Evangelist (www.ssje.org) Website for the American branch of the oldest monastic order for men in the Anglican Communion.

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Religion (General)

Practicing Our Faith (www.practicingourfaith.org) Resources to help contemporary people live the Christian faith with vitality and integrity in changing times. Covers 7 practices including hospitality, household economics, keeping sabbath, testimony, discernment, forgiveness, healing, and dying well.

Ship of Fools (www.shipoffools.com) Called the "magazine of Christian unrest," Ship of Fools includes humorous pieces including the Mystery Worshipper, Gadgets for God, The Fruitcake Zone and Signs and Blunders as well as features on current affairs. A favorite site of clergy.

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Seniors

AARP (www.aarp.org) offers information and resources for adults over 50; topics include health and wellness, economic security and work, long-term care and independent living, computers and technology, travel and leisure, and personal enrichment.

Senior Services (Senior Services) provides senior citizens of Washington State with access to resources and information about consumer protection, health, assistance, and more.

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