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The following are some links you may wish to follow to find out more about the Episcopal Church and the Anglican Communion.
- The Episcopal Church.The official page for the Episcopal Church USA. It offers an overview of the Episcopal Church and its work, including links to various dioceses and parishes.
- Diocese of Upper South Carolina.The official page of the Episcopal Church in the western part of South Carolina. All Saints' Church is a parish of the Diocese of Upper South Carolina.
- The Anglican Communion. The Episcopal Church is in communion with the Archbishop of Canterbury and a constituent member of the Anglican Communion, a title used to describe the over 70,000,000-strong Anglicans in the world.
- The Apostle's Creed. A short statement written in the early years of the Christian Church that briefly describes in whom we believe.
- The Nicene Creed. A longer statement than the Apostle's Creed written in the early years of the Christian Church that briefly describes in whom we believe.
- The Catechism. A question and answer outline of the Faith as the Episcopal Church teaches it.
- The Church of England, The Church of England is the mother Church of Anglican/Episcopal churches all over the world.
- Cathedral of St. John the Divine. This Episcopal cathedral is one of the largest and most beautiful gothic cathedrals in the world and is the seat of the Bishop of New York.
- Washington National Cathedral. This Episcopal cathedral is also one of the largest and most beautiful gothic cathedrals in the world and is the seat of the Bishop of Washington and the Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church.
- Canterbury Cathedral. This Anglican cathedral is the mother cathedral of all Anglicans/Episcopalians everywhere. It is the seat of the Archbishop of Canterbury.
- Anglican Church History. A brief synopsis of the history of Anglicanism.
- The Holy Bible. The Bible is the book of scriptures for all Christians and is authoritative for Anglicans. This on-line version may be used to search for any biblical passage by key-word or phrase.
- The Lectionary. The Sunday scripture readings of the Episcopal Church.
- The Book of Common Prayer. The Book of Common Prayer is the liturgical standard for all Anglicans. This on-line American version of the prayer book contains the major services (including rites and ceremonies) of the Episcopal Church along with prayers for all occasions.
- The Daily Office Online. Say Daily Morning Prayer and/or Daily Evening Prayer daily with the help of the Mission of St. Clare.
- Anglican Domain. An excellent source with links to all major aspects of Anglicanism.
- Cursillo. Cursillo is the name of a renewal movement that began in the Roman Catholic Church and has gained a strongfoothold in the Episcopal Church. It is an excellent source for Episcopalians who wish to strengthen their faith andthen share their faith with others.
- Anglicans Online. An excellent source with links to all major aspects of Anglicanism.
- The Society of Archbishop Justus. An excellent source with links to all major aspects of Anglicanism.
- Full Homely Divinity. An excellent resource for Episcopal and Anglican parish life. It provides essays, liturgies, articles, book and music reviews, biographies, and links with a focus on the Anglican tradition which, 'in its homeliness, has found the center of its theology and spirituality in the stable at Bethlehem where the Word became flesh. Published by the Consortium of Country Churches. Description from The Living Church, September 10, 2006, p 19.
- All Saints' Church is fortunate to be located adjacent to Presbyterian College where we minister to Episcopal students and others. Check this excellent college out!