One-Minute read. Everyday saints are all around us, those (un)conventional people whose light burns bright, and each is worth celebrating … and remembering.
One-minute read. On May 22, 1889, a vote to split the Diocese of Missouri was passed at the diocese’s 50th annual convention. This vote set in motion the creation of The Diocese of West Missouri.
One-Minute read. Be part of a tradition spanning well over 100 years, the ecumenical Week of Prayer for Christian Unity.
One-Minute read. Apps can offer convenient, flexible ways to structure your life of prayer.
One-minute read. Images of the prayer cycle text are now available in advance for churches to download and share.
Seven-minute read. This study focuses on personal prayer, in which one prays for oneself, rather than on intercessory prayers, which are offered by one person on behalf of another. The data will come from the results of an online questionnaire of participants’ prayer practices and pain.
One-minute read. Centering Prayer is a time to reframe our mind, a time to invite God into our lives and dwell in God’s presence. The more it is practiced, the more you will feel God working in and through you.
Six-minute read. Things I wish I’d been told when I first became an Episcopalian. The Book of Common Prayer can appear quite daunting at first. The good news is that with regular use it becomes very familiar.
Three-Minute read. Several congregations in our diocese have chosen to create a labyrinth on their grounds. Open to the community around them they are a wonderful way to spread peace and encourage contemplation. Check out six close to home!
One-minute read. Find out about the home-based resources we’ve selected to help you pray, learn, and observe Lent at home.
One -minute read. The latest update to the diocesan prayer cycle covering Advent, Christmastide, and Epiphany has been published on the diocesan website.