A Selection of Online Meditation Websites

Still Speaking from the United Church of Christ. Short meditations. Sign up here  Sign up here.

Richard Rohr email from the Center for Action and Contemplation, Sign up here, loving, expansive, a fresh look occasionally at old truths. 

Inward Outword from the Church of the Savior in D.C.

Feed Your Spirit from the United Church of Christ

Pray as You Go Jesuits in Britain, get an app

God Pause from Luther Seminary

Our Daily Bread nondenominational organization with over 75 years  of ministry

Daily Devotionals from Passport Primarily intended for students

 

Northumbria Community Morning Prayer 

 

Daily Prayer from Mission St. Claire A daily Episcopal devotional

 

Lost in Wonder An On-Line Labyrinth from the Methodist church UK

 

WORD A Brief Word for the Day from Gratefulness


Daily Seasonal Devotional A seasonal devotional site from Passport

  

Transformation Garden Where Every Woman Blooms

 

Pray the Daily Anglican Office The prayer site of Mission St. Clare where you are led through morning prayer for each day.

 

sacredspace The prayer site of the Irish Jesuits. Make a 'Sacred Space' in your day, and spend ten minutes, praying here and now, as you sit at your computer, with the help of on-screen guidance and scripture chosen specially every day.

  

WordAmongUs is intended to assist people in reading, meditating on and understanding scripture and to provide sound, practical advice for Catholics on the living out of the Christian life.


Forward Movement Day by Day provides daily meditations based on readings from the Bible appointed by the lectionaries. It is produced by Movement Publications, an official agency of the national Episcopal Church, to encourage and nourish people as they grow in their lives of prayer and faith.

oremus is a form of daily Christian prayer published on the Internet by Steve Benner and Simon Kershaw. Oremus means "Let us pray."

 

upperroom The Upper Room celebrates the 70th anniversary of this ministry building upon the enduring and endearing values of The Upper Room. One of those values is real people. Readers tell us they like The Upper Room because the meditations are written by real people, not professional writers or theologians. Lift them in prayer and thanksgiving to God.

Creighton University Daily Reflections

 

WorldinPrayer is a ministry of the Episcopal Church of St. John the Baptist Lodi, California