ST. JOHN THE BAPTIST CHURCH
FIND LINKS BELOW TO DOWNLOADABLE APPS TO HELP YOU ON YOUR CHRISTIAN JOURNEY, ACCESS THE BIBLE OR WITH PRAYER
"Holy Bible" allows you to read, listen to & share the Bible. #1 rated Bible App & completely free. Over 1,000 Bible versions, in hundreds of languages. Also allows you add highlights, bookmarks, and public or private notes.
"Daily Prayer" to help you follow Morning, Evening and Night Prayer, wherever you are. Allows you to switch between Contemporary and Traditional formats. Includes details of Feast Days, Festivals and Commemorations from the Common Worship Calendar. The app is compatible with smartphones and tablets (iPhone/iPad iOS 9.0+ and Android 4.0+).
"Time to Pray" provides a pattern of prayer and daily Bible reading that is simple yet profound. It will help you to create and enjoy a regular time with God during your day – whatever your lifestyle and according to the day of the week and the season of the Church’s year. The app is compatible with smartphones and tablets (iPhone/iPad iOS 9.0+ and Android 4.0+).
"Reflections on the Psalms" provides insightful commentary on each of the Bible's 150 Psalms. Embark on a rewarding spiritual journey through the rich and inspiring landscape of the Psalms.
The app is compatible with smartphones and tablets (iPhone, iPad and Android 4.0+)
Make Bible study and reflection part of your everyday routine with the "Reflections for Daily Prayer". Allows you to read and reflect every day on the same passages as thousands of Anglicans worldwide.
This version is compatible with smartphones and tablets (iPhone/iPad iOS 9.0+, Android 4.0+ and Kindle Fire)
Inspirational daily prayers, reflections, readings and videos to equip you take part in the global wave of prayer between Ascension and Pentecost. Thy Kingdom Come is a global prayer movement, which invites Christians around the world to pray between Ascension and Pentecost for more people to come to know Jesus Christ. What started out as an invitation from the Archbishops’ of Canterbury and York in 2016 to the Church of England has grown into an international and ecumenical call to prayer.