St. Thomas' Episcopal Church
315 Lindsey Street Reidsville, N.C.
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Links | Episcopal Church Links
& Rockingham County, NC Community Links
||City of Reidsville, NC
The official web page of the City of Reidsville, NC
|Rockingham County Government
The official web page of Rockingham County, NC
||Rockingham County Community College
||Rockingham County Public Schools
||Annie Penn Hospital
|Chinqua Penn Plantation
Our neighbor about 20 miles south of Reidsville, and the county
seat of Guilford County, NC.
Lots of links here to resources in and around Greensboro.
|Episcopal Church Links
Reverend Michael Bruce Curry
|Meet the Reverend
Michael Bruce Curry, the newly elected Bishop of the Diocese of North
``This is both a joyous and a humbling
experience,'' Curry said. ``I'm very grateful and very thankful, and really looking
forward to being part of the life of the church in North Carolina.'' (AP Story on
This page has a complete biography of the Bishop-elect,
his ordination and education and a history of his pastoral ministries.
In addition, he answers these questions::
- A. The duty of every Christian is to know Christ and to make Christ known. How do
you do this in your present ministry? How do you envision this duty as Bishop?
- B. How do you visualize your leadership in the Diocese of North Carolina over the
twelve to eighteen monthsfollowing your consecration?
- C. Church growth includes planting new churches and invigorating existing
congregations. This has become a budget priority in our Diocese, incorporating a Director
of New Congregational Development. How would you incorporate this ministry into your
leadership of the Diocese?
- D. As the Bishop of North Carolina, what role do you expect to play in the
Episcopal Church and the Anglican Communion?
One of the best place to start looking if you're just curious about
the Episcopal Church is Anglicans Online. It has a vast collection of links to other
places. This web site is looked after by volunteers. It is not official in any way,
though it does list links to official church sites and documents. It is maintained
by The Society of Archbishop Justus, Ltd.
The official web site of the Episcopal Church in the United States.
75th General Convention
June 13-21, 2006
News Service News Coverage
||Episcopal Diocese of North Carolina
The Diocese of North Carolina is the largest of the three in the
state. It is flanked by the Diocese of East Carolina on the Coastal Plain and the
Diocese of Western North Carolina in the Mountain Region. The diocesan headquarters
is located in Raleigh.
The Diocese of North Carolina comprises thirty-nine
counties. in our diocese the population is growing at a faster rate (17%) as
compared with the state as a whole (14%). The largest metropolitan areas of the
state (Charlotte, Greensboro/High Point/Winston-Salem, and Raleigh/Chapel Hill/Durham) are
in this diocese.
There are 69 parishes in the diocese, 49 missions and 9
chapels. In 1997, there were 44,860 baptized members. During the episcopate of
the Rt. Rev. Robert C. Johnson, Jr. there have been a number of important initiatives and
ministries. Under his leadership the diocese has strengthened its youth ministries
including college chaplaincies, and its outreach ministry, especially to migrant and
Hispanic persons. The diocesan camp and conference center, the Summit, is
increasingly becoming the spiritual center of the diocese.
In addition to the Summit, other notable institutions of
the diocese are St. Augustine's College, St. Mary's School (an all-girl preparatory
school), and the Penick Village, a continuing care retirement community. Also of
importance is Thompson children's Home, which has become a state-wide service for the
growing and changing needs of North Carolina families.
and Young Adult Ministries
Sponsored by the Episcopal Diocese of NC
Diocese of NC
|Episcopal Diocese of NC Cursillo Home
- The Secretariat Members
- The Ultreyas within the Diocese
- The Team Members for the next Diocesan Weekend
- A listing of the Candidates for that weekend
- Candidate & Team Applications, Sponsors forms
- Birth, Death, Prayer request information
- Other Cursillo links
Cursillo Home Page
This Web Site is intended for both those who have "made"
a Cursillo Three-Day Weekend and those simply inquiring about Cursillo.
- What is Cursillo?
- What is National Episcopl Cursillo?
- Who are the NEC Committee?
- NECS Seminar 2000
- Palanca Coordinators (by Diocese)
- Lots More!
The Summit Conference Center
PO Box 660
Brown Summit, NC 27214-0660
Phone: (336) 342-6163
||The Daily Office
The Online Daily Office, a mission of St. Claire*, exists to give
busy people a way to participate in Morning and Evening Prayer including the readings and
psalms for each day (along with a bit of music!). You will also find Noonday Prayer,
Compline, and Devotions for Individuals and Families here. These rites are based on The
Book of Common Prayer.
The Mission of St. Clare
21265 Stevens Creek Blvd, Suite 205-339
Cupertino, CA 95014
*Why St. Clare? 1) because St. Clare is the patron of electronic media (and, by extension,
patron of the Internet), and 2) because this web site originates from Silicon Valley (that
is, Santa Clara County, California).
|Calendar of the Church
A Calendar of the Church Year according to the Episcopal Church as
authored by Charles Wohlers.
Glossary of Terms
A guide for non-Episcopalians to many of the terms and phrases (from Acolyte to Vicar) in
use around Sewanee, compiled by Gerald L. Smith, Sewanee, Tennessee.
|Anglican Online Hymnal
A work still in progress - this site is an online hymnal which will
eventually contain over 2000 texts as used in many parts of the Anglican Communion
throughout the world. Included are public domain texts from six Anglican hymnals used in
the second half of the twentieth century (and still used today).
|The Cyber Hymnal
Can't find what you're
looking for in the Anglican Online Hymnal? Then try this link to
over 2000 Christian hymns and Gospel songs from many denominations. You'll find lyrics,
scores, MIDI files, pictures, history, and more. This worship and teaching resource is
provided as a public service.
Book of Common Prayer
of Common Prayer
(Episcopal Church USA /
Churches of England, Scotland, Ireland, Wales, Anglican Churches
of Canada, Rest of the World - many versions and languages)
1979 Book of Common Prayer Formatted
Thanks to Tom Balsley for letting us know about this resource!
Education/Liturgy Resources (The Bookstore) is a non-profit
ministry of St. Stephen's in Oxford, NC. It is managed by an advisory board and
manned by many volunteers. It is a major educational outreach ministry to community
schools, the Diocese, the Episcopal Church across the country and overseas.
- Prayer Books
Also available: Prayer Books & Hymnals in Spanish,
Large Print selections and complete editions, Sanctuary editions and study editions.
Education Liturgy Resources
134 College St.
Oxford, NC 27565
Phone: (919) 693-5547
Fax: (919) 693-3376
Monday-Friday 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Saturday 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.