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Faith Resources

The Learning Center at Calvary Preschool uses Calvary Church’s facilities to offer a state-licensed child care program serving children full time from ages 12 months through pre-kindergarten in a school-like setting. They also offer before and after school programs for older children. Our hours are Monday through Friday from 6:30 AM until 5:30 PM.

Episcopal Diocese of Delaware: A gateway and a resource to the 37 congregations in Delaware, and to the Bishop of Delaware and staff, who serve them all.

Camp Arrowhead, Delaware: The Arrowhead experience enriches young people’s relationships with one another, nature and God. Campers develop their sense of adventure and spiritual awareness as they participate in the activities, outdoor life and community of camp. Youth ministry is inspired by the blend of Christian community and individual spiritual growth experienced in this peaceful natural setting.

Episcopal Church USA: Whether you are searching for a church home or information about the Episcopal Church, in the United States, you’ve come to the right place.

Episcopal Public Policy Network: The Episcopal Public Policy Network (EPPN) is a network of Episcopalians who call and write their members of Congress and the Administration to advocate positions of the Church. The home office of EPPN is located on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC.. It brings the positions of the Episcopal Church to our nation’s lawmakers. It represent the social policies established by the General Convention and Executive Council, including issues of international peace and justice, human rights, immigration, welfare, poverty, hunger, health care, violence, civil rights, the environment, racism, and issues involving women and children.

Anglican Communion: an online portal and window to the news, information and resources about and from the 38 Anglican Provinces around the world that comprise the Anglican Communion of Churches.

Anglican Fellowship of Prayer: God calls us to pray and to encourage and lead others into a life of prayer.

Thirty Good Minutes: A collection of inspirational videos and text featuring America’s finest religious thinkers, stories of personal faith, and reflections on spiritual topics, gathered from television broadcasts of 30 Good Minutes, a weekly ecumenical and interfaith program on WTTW 11 (PBS) in Chicago. “We encourage you to spend 30 minutes a day in reflection and offer these resources as a guide.”