of the Cross - Home of our 150-plus-year-old
parish and namesake of the village of Chapel
Hill. Conveniently located for students next
to campus and downtown on Franklin St. (Bordered
by Spencer Residence Hall, the Coker Arboretum,
and the Morehead Planetarium).
Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina - Official
website of the diocese of which Chapel of the
Cross is a member. Includes links to many other
resources, as well as links to other area churches.
Resources on the Internet:
Episcopal Conference Center in the Western North
Center - A retreat and conference center
owned and operated by the Episcopal Diocese of
East Carolina. Home of Sound to Sea, a residential
Episcopal Church Homepage
Online A huge collection of Anglican/Episcopal
worldwide resources-updated weekly.
National Cathedral This site lets you
take a virtual tour of the Cathedral Church of
S.S. Peter and Paul, America's cathedral church.
Cathedral of St. John the Divine The
world's largest cathedral, also an Episcopal
church, located in New York City.
Lambeth Conference Homepage for the
gathering of all Anglican Archbishops and Bishops
at the Archbishop of Canterbury's palace. A
good source of info about the current issues
facing the Anglican Communion.
Book of Common Prayer A terrific website
containing the current BCP in use (1979) and
also the texts of the older BCPs. The Book
of Common Prayer contains the essentials of the
Anglican/Episcopal faith and our liturgies. The
wording of the prayerbook is crucial to our faith,
as Anglicans contend that "we believe what
Daily Office The Anglican form of the
Christianity's ancient Divine Office- the daily
lectionary readings from the Bible and the liturgical
prayers read daily by monastics, priests, and
lay Christians. This website will calculate
the daily lectionary readings, psalms, and canticles
Space Sacred Space is a prayer site, updated daily,
which guides you through a ten minute session of
prayer, centred on a passage of scripture chosen
specially for the day.