The following list is just a few of the links available online for Episcopal, Anglican, or otherwise interesting topics.
Sites related to many parish programs or otherwise of immediate interest
The Lectionary Page has links to all the Sunday and Major Feast Day readings.
The Lectionary- Another great source for the daily lectionary of the Episcopal Church
Today's Reading from Forward Day By Day
Daughters of the King National Website
Cursillo National Website
The Episcopal Church is divided into nine Province for program and administrative purposes. Northwest Texas is a member of Province VII consists of the Dioceses of Arkansas, Dallas, Fort Worth, Kansas, Oklahoma, Northwest Texas, Rio Grande, Texas, West Missouri, West Texas, Western Kansas and Western Louisiana.
The Episcopal Church
The Episcopal Church has an extensive web presence, beginning with its main website.
Latest News from the National Church is now a part of Episcopal News Service Online.
Parish Finder - Locate an Episcopal parish in your area. Includes maps. A service of the Church Pension Fund.
Clergy Finder - Locate Episcopal clergy. The Episcopal Clerical Directory Online from Church Publishing
The Constitution and Canons of the Church are also online.
ONE Episcopalian - A Millennium Development Goals Website
The Book of Common Prayer
A few interesting, miscellaneous sites
The Anglican Communion
Anglicans Online -- A connection to all things Anglican
Worship and Devotion
Oremus - The Daily Office and more
Bible Gateway - The Bible in many languages The Internet Classics Archive
The Ecole Initiative early church documents online
Anglican Liturgical Library - A collection of authorized and other texts used in the Anglican Communion
Anglican Online Hymnal - Texts as used in many parts of the Anglican Communion
Association of Anglican Musicians - The support of music and the allied arts in all their aspects especially in relationship to liturgy.
Episcopal Church Glossary of Terms - An alphabetical listing of all things Episcopalian and their meanings.