The Parish of Saint Matthew: The Episcopal Church of Pacific Palisades


The Episcopal Church and the Anglican Communion

  • The Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles
    Saint Matthew’s is a parish of the Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles. Here is a link to our diocese’s home page.
  • The Episcopal Church in the United States of America
    The Web site of the Episcopal Church.
  • The Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church
    Here you'll find information about the Presiding Bishop and Primate of the Episcopal Church, The Most Reverend Katharine Jefferts Schori.
  • The Anglican Communion
    The Web site of the Anglican Communion, an international fellowship of 70 million Christians whose American province is the Episcopal Church.
  • The Most Reverend Justin Welby, The Archbishop of Canterbury
    Archbishop Welby is the 105th Archbishop of Canterbury and spiritual head of the Anglican Communion.
  • The Society of Saint John the Evangelist
    The Society is an order of Episcopal monks whose mother house is in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
  • The Daily Office
    This is a Web site that gives the full text of the Daily Office for each day. The Office is an ancient way of prayer, with readings from Scripture and prayers from the Book of Common Prayer for every morning, noon, evening, and late night. It's a terrific way to begin or deepen your life of prayer.
  • Camp Stevens
    Camp Stevens is a ministry of the Dioceses of Los Angeles and San Diego. Located in northern San Diego County, Camp Stevens offers a wide range of camping and outdoor adventures for kids, teens, and families.

Other Episcopal or Anglican-ish Organizations

  • Anglicans Online
    “ Hallo again to all…” The center of the Anglican world on the Internet, Anglicans Online is a huge treasure trove of links, information, news, and opinion for Anglicans everywhere. Each Sunday the editors post a brief home-page essay about current events or theology or the liturgy or you name it, and their comments are always humorous, insightful, gentle-spirited, thoughtful, and filled with faith. If you are in search of that difficult-to-define but lovely thing we call “the Anglican ethos,” read the archive issues of AO’s weekly comments and you’ll quickly catch on. Reading Anglicans Online every Sunday evening is one of the great things about being an Anglican.
  • Episcopal Relief and Development
    The Episcopal Church’s international aid and development organization, devoted to serving the poorest of the poor and victims of famine and disaster in the United States and beyond.
  • Every Voice Network – Anglicans United for Justice
    Every Voice Network is an organization “dedicated to informing, supporting, and uniting progressive Episcopalians engaged in peace and justice work. EVN’s mission is to advance the reign of God by providing a sophisticated, comprehensive, and collaborative communications infrastructure for progressive congregations, advocacy groups, and individuals in the Episcopal Church.”

Anglican History and Theology

  • Project Canterbury
    An enormous trove of primary source materials of the Anglican tradition. Here are the complete texts of Anglican landmarks like Tracts for the Times and Father Keble’s edition of Richard Hooker’s Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity, texts and biographical information on many of the leading Anglican thinkers of the past 500 years, links to every edition of the Book of Common Prayer you’ve ever heard of and plenty you haven’t, and all the Anglican obscura you could imagine. Dive in!
  • Bible Dudes
    An entertaining and very informative introduction to the disciplines of Old and New Testament scholarship.
  • Liturgical Calendar
    The best site to track the Bible readings for the Sunday liturgical calendar of the Episcopal Church.
  • Revised Common Lectionary
    Find the scripture readings for the liturgical calendar here thanks to Kelly Puckett for the Episcopal Church.


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