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Preaching, Teaching, and More

Introduction

This LibGuide was created on March 19, 2020 to support the work of Seminary of the Southwest students, faculty, staff, and alumni as they prepare for church work in a virtual environment. The Booher Library staff is adding resources every day. If you have an online resource to suggest, please contact the library at library@ssw.edu.

Christ Chapel Resources

Archives of the Episcopal Church: Digital Archives

NEHA

Questions? Suggestions? Contact Marlon!

Festival of Homiletics

Episcopal News Service

Bishop Curry prays midday prayer, March 25, 2020

Southwest Response to COVID-19

The Work of the Church Continues...

The Rev. Hope Benko, Director of Enrollment at Southwest, creating a a video to share with the children at St. Michael’s Episcopal Church in Austin.

Live-streaming Morning Prayer on St. Mary Magdalene Episcopal Church (Manor)'s Facebook page on Sunday, March 15, 2020.

Now a word from our sponsor...

Seriously though, your librarians and library staff encourage you to,

  1. stay well, and 
  2. don't panic.

We will do our best to continue to support your studies as best we can.

As your Electronic Resources Librarian, I can assure you that we have been working on providing this community with the best and most extensive e-resources as possible. For the last couple of years we've intensified our work in building this collection and implementing new services just so that you could have the off-campus access you need. We weren't planning for this crisis, but thankfully because of our efforts we have many resources available at our fingertips. We've build the infrastructure with Seeker, OpenAthens authentication, LibGuides, OverDrive, and of course, all of the added content. If you can't find what you need in Seeker, on our E-Resources page, or in the various LibGuides we have created, fear not. We wil continue to work to get what you need as quickly as possible. We're here for you.

Many blessings and stay healthy and calm,

Duane