Below you will find a list of online resources and apps that the clergy and leadership at Christ Church in Short Hills have found helpful and we hope you will too.
Art in the Christian Tradition (Vanderbilt Divinity Library)
This is a great database for free Christian images ranging from the 1st century CE to the present. There are multiple ways to search for images and all images have been approved for free use in education and/or religious non-profit settings.
Book of Common Prayer Online
The Book of Common Prayer is available online with a clickable Table of Contents.
Bible Browser (NRSV)
Oremus Bible Browser is a great way to access an NRSV translation of the Bible online if you do not have one on hand or are looking to copy and paste scripture into a document.
Daily Office Lectionary
The Daily Office Lectionary assigns readings for each morning and evening based on the lectionary. Check out their website to find the readings in NSRV and RSV translations.
Hymnary is an online index of hymns and hymnals that is searchable by hymn title, number, composer, lyricist, scripture, topic, and melody.
Lectionary page is an easy way to keep track of the assigned readings for Sundays and other holy days.
Oremus provides an extension of the Daily Office Lectionary by offering scripture readings, hymns, and prayers for each day.
ACS Church Life
ACS Church Life is an app that allows you to access our parish directory from your phone. All you have to do is sign with your directory account login.
D365 provides daily devotionals for youth using song lyrics, scripture, quotations from influential authors, and prayer.
Mission of St. Clair
The Mission of St. Clare provides its own daily office where you can find daily prayers and readings from scripture. Readings are available in English and Spanish.
Reimagining Examen provides multiple variations of St. Ignatius’ Examen, a spiritual practice that helps you review your day with God. There are more than thirty guided reflections based on your mood and needs.