Resources to Use at Home During the Pandemic

As we find ourselves unable to meet in person during the State of Emergency declared in response to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, you may be looking for resources to help you stay connected to your faith in this time of self-isolation.  The list below is not exhaustive and if you find something in your own “travels” that might be interesting or useful to others, please email it to the Rector to be included here.

Worship Resources


You can also pray on your own using the prayer books of the Church, downloadable as PDFs. Please read the licence statement here before downloading and using. In the Book of Common Prayer, in particular, the understanding is that the faithful, clergy and lay alike, will pray every day using the Daily Offices. Perhaps it is time we recovered this discipline!

  • The citations for the daily propers (Scripture readings and Collects) can be found on the General Synod Lectionary page.
  • The Book of Alternative Services, 1985. The Daily Offices–Morning Prayer, Prayers at Mid-Day, and Evening Prayer–starting on p. 45 are all good resources for prayer at home. There are rubrics (instructions) before (starting on p. 36) and within each liturgy to help you figure out how to move through the order of service. There are also Home Prayers starting on p. 686 which you may find helpful and easy to use.
  • The Book of Common Prayer, 1962. The Daily Offices are also in the BCP: Morning Prayer (p. 1), Prayers at Mid-Day (p. 16), Evening Prayer (p. 17), and Compline (Prayers at the end of the Day; p. 722). Forms of Prayer to be Used in Families begins on p. 728.

Bible/Scripture Resources

Children’s Ministry Resources

Art/Culture Resources


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