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A Simple Reflection at Home on the Day of a Funeral You Can’t Attend

Caring for Self and Others in Times of Trouble: Some Spiritual Tools and Tips from Harvard Divinity School

Centering Prayer Mobile App

Chaplaincy Resources for Ministering During COVID-19

Church Pension Group e-Learning Resources for a Healthy Mind

Conversations with Princeton Seminary Faculty on the COVID-19 Crisis

Electronic Common Prayer is an interactive version of the Book of Common Prayer 1979, including full lectionary texts. Available for iPhone, iPad and Android devices.

Episcopal Asset Map: A place to find ministries of any kind within the Episcopal Church. Looking for a food pantry or a halfway house operated by an Episcopal Church? You find it at EAP. Anyone can add or change information about a ministry; the info is confirmed before it’s published.

Faith Based Spiritual First Aid

Ministration at the Time of Death by Phone

Pray As You Go is a daily prayer session, lasting between ten and thirteen minutes. It combines music, scripture and questions for reflection.

Resources for Christian Leaders During the Corona Pandemic

Self-care for spiritual leaders, reflection by Canon John Thompson-Quartey   

Self-care after a disaster, reflection by the Rev Bill Livingston  

Spiritual Directors Serving Clergy

Spiritual First Aid: Resources for Responding to COVID-19 Mental Health Challenges

Spiritual Health Resources from Ursinus College

Spiritual Resources During the COVID-19 Pandemic from Harvard Divinity School

10 Guidelines for Pastoral Care During the Coronavirus Outbreak

Weathering the Storm is a guided meditation app from Headspace.

World Council of Churches News: This news page from the WCC has various articles including some related to the global pandemic.

Youth Ministry in a Pandemic: The Institute for Youth Ministry at Princeton Seminary