Here are a few web sites which you may find interesting. Let us know on chaplain@bolton.ac.uk if you come across an interesting site.


Cairns
www.cottercairns.co.uk/
Home of Jim Cotter and offers bold, relevant reflections on contemporary issues with a realistic and earthy spirituality.

Church of England Prayer Resources 
www.churchofengland.org/prayer-worship.aspx
Prayers on topical subjects, daily prayer and some helpful guidance about how to pray.

Explore Faith
www.explorefaith.org/
Among the better of the US Christian sites. Information about spirituality of the major world faiths.

Episcopal Church of St John in the Wilderness
www.stjohnadulted.org/
Lots of teaching material including articles on spirituality.

GreenSpirit
www.greenspirit.org.uk/
A movement which celebrates all life as deeply connected and sacred. This brings together the rigour of science, the freedom of creativity, the passion of social action and the wisdom of spiritual traditions.

John O'Donohue
 www.johnodonohue.com
John O'Donohue was an Irish poet and philosopher who lived in the solitude of a cottage in the West of Ireland. John's poetic gift was being increasingly recognized by the Corporate World of Work where he speaks to themes such as: Leadership: The Awakening of CreativityWithout Vision, The Work-Place Works Against Itself and The Gift of Encouragement in Times of Anxiety.

Pray as you Go
www.pray-as-you-go.org
Daily prayer downloads for MP3 players. Combines music, Scripture and some questions for reflection.

Praying Each Day
www.prayingeachday.org
A prayer and education site of the De La Salle Brothers in Great Britain. As well as daily prayer, there is a wealth of resource material.

ReJesus Spirituality
www.rejesus.co.uk/spirituality/
Reflections and prayers around the focus of Jesus Christ, including Celtic spirituality and a Labyrinth

Sea of Faith Network UK
www.sofn.org.uk/
The Network explores the implications of accepting religion as a human creation and affirms the continuing validity of religious thought and practice as celebrations of spiritual and social values.

Small Pilgrim Places
www.smallpilgrimplaces.org.uk/
For searchers and seekers; for those on or off the edge of the churches; for those bruised by condemnations from the churches; for those asking questions about the kind of God they might be able to believe in...