Episcopal Diocese of Northern Indiana The Diocese of Northern Indiana is a missionary diocese. “Look around you,” Jesus said, “see how the fields are ripe for harvesting” (John 4:35). The 36 parishes and missions of the diocese—found in urban areas of wonderful complexity, in rich farmlands, in burgeoning suburbs, in university communities—share a single purpose: to make Jesus known to a needy world. Every congregation is a missionary church. Our buildings are surrounded by people, hundreds of thousands of them, who hunger (perhaps not even knowing it) for the “bread of life” (John 6:35).

The Book of Common Prayer This version of the Book of Common Prayer is based on the 1979 Prayer Book, and hopes to provide you with more than just an electronic reproduction of the BCP. Wherever possible, the pages are dynamic – pulling Bible Passages from a database for insertion into the Daily Offices – and interwoven – linking various liturgies to proper prayers, anthems, and other pages or passages.

Audio Book of Common Prayer includes links to listen to morning, noon and evening prayer, also includes full text of daily prayers and weekly lectionary readings, and form to submit a prayer request.

Lectionary Readings links to resources for study, reflection, teaching and liturgy.

Episcopal News Service (ENS) offers in-depth reporting and analysis of local, regional, national and international news for Episcopalians and others interested in the church’s mission and ministry. Providing written and multimedia coverage, ENS is the officially sponsored online news source of the Episcopal Church.

The Episcopal Church  This is the official web page of the Episcopal Church.

Forward Movement is an official agency of the Episcopal Church. This ministry publishes booklets, pamphlets, and books to encourage and nourish Christians as they grow in their life of prayer and reflection

The Living Church is the only weekly independent news magazine of the Episcopal Church, with comprehensive coverage of national and international events and articles representing a wide spectrum of views.

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