Ray-Thomas Memorial
Presbyterian Church

Spiritual Encounter

 

There are some wonderful websites that offer daily devotions.  Here are some of our favorites:

 





The Daily Prayer app is created by the PCUSA Office of Theology and Worship and is available for both Apple and Android. It provides simple, yet rich devotional resources for morning, midday, evening, and close of day. Each service includes psalms and readings from the confessions. Other elements include opening and closing words, biblical canticles, a thanksgiving for light and a prayer of confession. An advanced features menu allows users to customize which elements appear.

http://www.presbyterianmission.org/ministries/worship/daily-prayer/

d365 

http://d365.org/

This online devotional seeks to provide reflections on themes that impact our faith journey. d365's mission is to create a quiet space for meditation and prayer.




Available for free with iTunes, this is a PCUSA weekly podcast of daily lectionary readings. You may subscribe to "Hear the Word" with iTunes which you can download for free if you don't have it. Each podcast includes four lectionary readings for one of the Sundays or festivals of the church year: an Old Testament reading, a Psalm, an Epistle and a Gospel reading along with a prayer.  http://www.presbyterianmission.org/ministries/devotions/hear-word/



From the PCUSA Mission and Ministry, a listing of additional spiritual practices and devotional resources available on-line or as pdf downloads. These resources include: The Jesus Prayer, Centering Prayer, Lectio Divina, and 20-minute Sabbaths (Examen, Breath Prayer, and Walking the Labyrinth).
http://www.presbyterianmission.org/ministries/spiritualformation/practices/



Daily Devotions is written and produced by Fourth Presbyterian Church in Chicago, with writers in residence.

http://www.fourthchurch.org/devotions/index.html#lenten

Sacred Space is a prayer website which has achieved considerable fame since its foundation in 1999. It was created by two members of the Irish Jesuit order, but has been savored by people of all traditions.

http://www.sacredspace.ie/

Hungry Hearts:  http://gamc.pcusa.org/ministries/spiritualformation/hungryhearts/

The Iona Community: http://www.iona.org.uk/news.php?id=91

The Upper Room: http://www.upperroom.org/devotional/

                                http://www.upperroom.org/daily/

http://upperroom.org/weavings/newsletter/current.asp


 

 

May God bless you in your hunger and thirst!



 

 

 

 

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