The Episcopal Diocese of Washington’s 2009 version begins with a brilliantly-colored nativity scene that is actually a child’s puzzle by a Sri Lankan cooperative working with SERRV International.
The Diocese of Maryland’s 2009 calendar features daily mediations from diocesan leaders, centered Advent themes and the church’s calendar of saints.
Trinity Church Wall Street’s 2009 calendar offers a video each day produced by Trinity Wall Street as part of a series called Anglican Communion Stories.
The online community of i-church, founded by the Diocese of Oxford in the United Kingdom, has a calendar that includes contributions written, created, sung and chosen by i-church members and friends, according to an explanation on the community’s “gatehouse” page.
A Bach Christmas Calendar. BBC Radio 3 provides this attractive online calendar for the month of December.
A stained-glass window Advent calendar from Grace Cathedral (San Francisco) with audio clips, articles and books.
Full Homely Divinity is a ‘website for the Anglican at the Altar and especially for the Anglican in the pew.’ It has expanded its offering of Advent material, and has a new page on the Saints of Advent, as well as another called Rediscovering Advent.
An Advent page from King of Peace Episcopal Church (Georgia, USA) with explanations, dates, traditions, the text of a wreath service, and so forth.
Archbishop’s Reflections on Advent. Rowan Williams reflects on YouTube about calendars, self-examination, chocolate, hope, repentance, quiet, and waiting.
Love Blooms Bright: This Advent blog from the Scottish Episcopal Church, launched in 2007, returns again this year
St Nicholas: Discovering the Truth about Santa Claus. A wonderful website. ‘St. Nicholas Center is a virtual center, a website, where people can learn about St. Nicholas; it provides resources for families, churches, and schools.
Saint Nicholas Tradition. Canon Jim Rosenthal, founder of the St Nicholas Society, spoke on 19 December 2008 issue of the Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly programme about the sainted Bishop of Myra. Video and text are now available online.
HT to Anglicans Online