Resource Links
Become a Celetrity Reader
   » http://www.southfield.k12.mi.us/departments/division-of-instruction/celebrity-readers/

Celebrity Readers was created by the Partnership for Education Council of Southfield Public Schools (SPS) and gives participants the opportunity to read to students in Head Start through 5th grade during 30 minute, bi-monthly sessions throughout the school year. The program operates in all SPS elementary and K-8 schools, including Bussey Head Start Center.

You can help reinforce literacy in the next generation and become a local Celebrity at the same time! All it takes is 30 minutes of your time spent with a class.

Click the 'http' link above to get more info AND to sign up. 

Online Daily Devotions
   » http://www.missionstclare.com/english/index.html
Provides online Daily Office devotions via the internet including Morning Prayer, NoonDay Prayer, Evening Prayer, Compline, and devotions for individuals and families.  All rites are based on the Book of Common Prayer.
Daily Prayer
   » http://www.dailyoffice.org

If you're looking for a way to enhance your prayer time,
here's a great new resource: www.dailyoffice.org

When you subscribe, you are emailed morning and evening prayer offices
that will take you through your devotions using the Episcopal Book of Common Prayer.

Try it, you'll like it. ~ Fr. Chris+

Jesus Was An Episcopalian
   » http://www.jesuswasanepiscopalian.org
Video clips on the chapters in Fr. Chris' book "Jesus Was An Episcopalian (and you can be one too!)"
The Record
   » http://www.edomi.org/the-record-magazine/
The Record is a news media for the parishioners of the Episcopal Diocese of Michigan.  It is produced quarterly by the Episcopal Diocese of Michigan and is now available online.
Episcopal Church Michigan
   » http://www.edomi.org
Home page of Michigan Diocese of the Episcopal Church.
Episcopal Church USA
   » http://www.episcopalchurch.org/index.htm
Home Page of the Episcopal Church in the United States.
Episcopal Public Policy
   » http://www.episcopalchurch.org/page/public-policy

How many times have you read an article in the paper or watched a news story and wished there was something you could do?

With the Episcopal Public Policy Network, you can. Senators and Representatives care about what you, their constituent, think about a particular issue. Whether you feel passionately about environmental protection, HIV/AIDS funding, or education, you can make your voice heard on Capitol Hill.

Episcopal Church USA - Who Are We?
   » http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m_LahXMV5UY&feature=player_embedded
Episcopalians - Who Are We? - view this six minute video from the 'Around One Table' project of the Episcopal Church USA.
Episcopal Church USA - Who Are We?
   » http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eT-APVyFcq4&feature=player_embedded
Episcopalians - Who Are We? - view this three minute video from King of Peace Episcopal Church.
Episcopal Life Online
   » http://www.episcopalchurch.org/episcopal_life.htm
Home page of the Episcopal Life News publication.
Song and Spirit Institute for Peace
   » http://www.songandspirit.org/home/index.html
A local, inter-religious institute for peace - Shalom
Peace Lutheran Church, Southfield, MI
   » http://www.lutherhouse.org/PLC-SMI/
This is one of St. David's neighboring churches and a member of the 'Lift Up Southfield' organization.
St. John's Armenian Church, Southfield, MI
   » http://www.stjohnsarmenianchurch.org/
This church is a neighbor of St. David's and a member of the 'Lift Up Southfield' church organization.
Northwest Unitarian Universalist Church
   » http://www.northwestuu.org/
Northwest Unitarian Universalist Church is a neighbor church of St. David's and a member of the 'Lift Up Southfield" organization of churches.
The Taize Community
   » http://www.taize.fr/en
Home web site for the Taize style of prayer.
Anamchara Fellowship
   » http://www.anamcharafellowship.org/
Anamchara Fellowship is one of the new expressions of monasticism. Founded in the tradition of the Episcopal Church, with a Celtic spirit, Anamchara Fellowship has received canonical recognition by the House of Bishops' Committee on the Religious Life.
Father Matthew Presents
   » http://www.fathermatthewpresents.com

"Father Matthew Presents" is a series produced by the Episcopal Curate of Christ's Church, Rye, NY: The Rev. Matthew Moretz.

His YouTube site is: http://www.youtube.com/user/FatherMatthew

Revelant
   » http://www.relevantmagazine.com/
RELEVANT is a Christian magazine aimed at people aged roughly 25-45 years. RELEVANT focuses on Music, Culture, and God, never being overbearing, but bringing a Christian perspective to the world that 25-45 year olds know and help to create. RELEVANT is paired monthly with a free second publication called REJECT APATHY. REJECT APATHY focuses on specific needs of the world and ways people can get involved immediately - in their lives as they are - to make a difference. Check out their links.
Revelant on Facebook
   » http://www.facebook.com/relevant?sk=info
Check out the Relevant magazine on Facebook
Reject Apathy on Facebook
   » http://www.facebook.com/rejectapathy?sk=info
Reject Apathy is a partner publication with the Relevant magazine.  Just as Relevant magazine has a Facebook connection, so does Reject Apathy.
Bead for Life
   » http://www.beadforlife.org

Eradicating Poverty One Bead at a Time.

BeadforLife is a nonprofit organization providing improverished Ugandan women an opportunity to lift their families out of poverty by making beads and beaded jewelry out of recycled paper.  Many of the beaders are HIV+ mothers or refugees, all of whom have been living in extrere poverty.  In spite of their hardship, the beaders are resilient, hardworking, and resourceful.  Around the world, people partner with the beaders to buy and sell beads and educate others on ways to end extreme poverty.

Join us in our efforts to eradicate poverty by visiting our website: buy beads, host a BeadParty, and read the stories of the beaders.  Your acts of generosity will not only help a Ugandan woman reaise hersilf and her family out of poverty, but will also bring her story, hard work, and joy into your home and into your heart.

1.4 billion people around the world - one out of every four people alive - struggle to survive on about $1 a day.  After paying the beaders fair trade prices for their work, BeadforLife invests all net proceeds in programs that fight extreme poverty in the areas of health, affordable housing, entrepreneurial development, and vocational training for improverished youth.

Scripture Union
   » http://www.scriptureunion.org

Scripture Union/USA began in 1959 and is committed to “helping children, young people and their families know God’s love, follow Jesus, and meet God daily in His Word.”  Today, Scripture Union conducts evangelism and discipleship programs for children, youth, and families in various locations across the country.  In addition, Scripture Union has a variety of Bible reading publications and programs for all ages.

Southfield Area Chamber of Commerce
   » http://www.southfieldchamber.com/
Southfield Area Chamber of Commerce - as a resident in Southfield, Michigan, St. David's is now a member of this community.
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