- City of Bath Community Profile, with info on the arts, education, the elderly, emergency services, health care, housing, etc.
- Bath-Brunswick (Southern Midcoast) Chamber of Commerce
- Town of Phippsburg official website.
- Town of Georgetown, a website created by local students.
- Bath School Department
- Patten Free Library
- Mid Coast Hospital: Send greetings to a patient. Also: Directions, hours, physician listing, contact info, job listings, volunteer opportunities.
- Bath Area Family YMCA
- Food Bank donations can be sent to: The Bath Area Food Bank, P.O. Box 65, Bath, ME 04530
- Popham Beach State Park
- Reid State Park
- The Maine Conference of the United Church of Christ
- The Maine Council of Churches
- Maine Interfaith Power and Light: Learn how you can buy green electricity in Maine through Green Tags and Green Supply programs.
- Peace and Justice Center of Eastern Maine (Bangor): "Your network for connnecting individuals and groups working for peace, justice, and a sustainable environment." Offers a calendar of events and a monthly newsletter.
- Maine Businesses for Social Responsibility
- Jobs in Maine.com: Find a job or find an employee.
- State of Maine Bureau of Elder and Adult Services
- State of Maine Attorney General's Office, for information on consumer protection, elder issues, civil rights, children and families, health issues, crime, consumer alerts and scams, the Do Not Call list, etc.
- Seeds of Peace International Camp for Arab and Israeli kids, located in Otisfield, Maine.
- Every Church A Just Peace Church: "The church could turn the world toward peace if every church lived and taught as Jesus lived and taught." Small group study resources, 'Is Your Church A Peace Church' questions and resources, more.
- FaithfulAmerica.org is "an online community of people of faith who want to build a more just and compassionate nation. It provides one-click opportunities to impact current political issues and shift the terms of public debate. It aspires to be an online wing of a powerful, new progressive faith movement, like the ones that fought for independence, abolition and civil rights. FaithfulAmerica.org is a project of the National Council of Churches with support from TrueMajority and Res Publica.
- Wikipedia: Christianity, an in-depth, hypertext history of Christianity, written by a variety of non-experts. Major sections include Origins; Early Church; Emergence of national Churches; Christianity today; Doctrine; Orthodoxy and heresy in Christianity; Christianity's relationship with other faiths; Christianity and persecution; Christian churches worldwide.
- Early Christian Writings: Links to texts and critical works. Includes books of the Bible, as well as apocrypha. Includes texts such as Hippolytus of Rome, Ignatius of Antioch, Infancy Gospel of James, Secret Book of James, Marcion, Gospel of the Nazoreans, Ophite Diagrams, the Apocalypse of Peter, the Martyrdom of Polycarp, Lost Sayings Gospel Q, Dialogue of the Savior, etc.
- The Emergent Church: Definition, quotes about emergent church, articles/essays/discussion on emergent church. Related to Postmodern Church.
- The Skinny on the Global Emergent Church, an in-depth exploration of emergent church, by TallSkinnyKiwi. As he explains, the word 'emergent'"is a name given to the phenomena of how new organizational structures progress from low-level chaos to higher level sophistication without a hierarchical command structure." Sections are: Emergent Vocabulary, Countercultural History, and Postmodern Sensibility.
- The Skinny on Postmodernity, by TallSkinny Kiwi (Andrew Jones), written in 2002. Part 2: Being Post-Western: It Was All Greek To Me of the series; Part 3: Time and Space: Being NowHere of the series; and Part 4: Postmodern Church: Are We There yet? of the series.
- Solomon's Porch, in Minneapolis, is "a community seeking to live the dreams and love of God in the way of Jesus. ... We are seeking to be a redemptive, transformative community living as a blessing of God in all the world. The people of our community are from varied backgrounds and perspectives, but find unity and commonality in seeking the things of God in this world, 'as they are in heaven,' in the generous Orthodox expressions of Christianity." Website sections: Being Connected, Worship Gatherings, Christian Practices, Creating Community, Artists Quarters, Photo Gallery, Monthly Calendar, Financial Life of Solomon's Porch, Guatemala Home Building, Porch Discussion Board, Families & Children, and Vecinos (neighbourhood gathering spot).
- Bible Gateway offers many versions and languages of the Bible online. English versions include Eugene Peterson's The Message, 21st Century King James, American Standard, Contemporary English, Darby Translation, Douay-Rheims 1899 American Edition, New American Standard, New International, New Living Translation, Wycliffe New Testament, Young's Literal Translation, and a few others.
- The Blue Letter Bible online offers several translations, and also links to a concordance, a Greek lexicon, maps, charts, dictionaries and encyclopedias, timelines, commentaries, etc. Versions offered include King James (default), New American Standard, New King James, New International, Revised Stardard, Darby, Young, American Standard, Webster, Vulgate (Latin), and New Living Translation.
- One-Year Bible Blog: "The purpose of this website is to encourage you to read through the entire Bible in a year. This encouragement to you is offered in two simple free ways - 1. This daily blog with reflections, commentary and questions. 2. Weekly free e-mails filled with encouragement, commentary, and questions." Recommends use of Tyndale Publishers 'One Year Bible' because each day's readings are ogranized in one place, but any version is fine. Also links to readings online. The reflections and commentary are written by Mike, "an average dude" in his 30s, who has an "evangelical-postmodern view of things."
- The Coptic Gospel of Thomas online in its entirety (Greek interlinear).
- The Text This Week, 'the most comprehensive lectionary site on the internet,' with contemporary and historical resources for study and liturgy for each lectionary week, as well as a movie concordance (lists of movies indexed by spiritual theme) and an art concordance (artwork with a Biblical theme).
- Girardian Reflections on the Lectionary is a website maintained by Paul Nuechterlein with lectionary reflections and questions that focus on Rene Girard's 'anthropology of the cross'. "In Jesus Christ, truly divine and truly human, we see both that God is Love and that we human beings are forever trying to make God into something else."
- Ecological Notes on the Common Worship Lectionary: The notes are "examples of the kinds of way in which one preacher [Keith Innes] has tried to apply a traditional exegesis of Scripture to questions of ecological responsibility."
- Alternative Worship.org is an good resource for worship planning. Sections include Theory: the theory and theology of Alternative Worship; Practice: how to do Alternative Worship - practical advice and instruction; and Directory: where to find Alternative Worship groups and resources.
- ikon community, "iconic, apocalyptic, heretical, emerging, failing." In Northern Ireland. "'Ikon’ is a community's attempt to speak of the unspeakable, to describe the indescribable, to explain the inexplicable. It is an attempt to struggle with the bedazzling presence and absence of God, with the joys and suffering of faith, with love and lost love, life and death. ... 'Ikon' is a disparate, desperate community, attempting to explore the positive, Spirit-filled, life-enhancing veins that run through post-modern thought and culture. All the while being firmly rooted within the rich tradition of mystical Christianity." They have cells (small groups); a late night discussion group ("'The Last Supper' is an underground, late night, discussion-based community comprised of twelve individuals. At each gathering we invite an influential public figure with controversial views to join us for a meal and some wine in a low-lit, secret location."); an evangelism project, a group of what we might call 'elders,' which they call 'The Cyndicate' -- "dysfunctional, angst-ridden group" individuals who "meet in a smoke filled, secret location once a week to plan world domination;" etc!
- Small Fire, photos of alternative worship events since 1998. Maintained by Steve Collins.
- Cultural Encounters: A Journal for the Theology of Culture is a journal "offering a biblically informed, Christ-centered trinitarian engagement of contemporary culture. ... Each issue will address a variety of themes such as religious pluralism, racialization, materialism, poverty, the increased urbanization of the world, the environment, cross-cultural contextualization, sexuality, genetic engineering, post-modernity, public discourse, politics, and more."
- Grace: Fresh Vital Worship in Ealing, London. This is a page titled "Alternative worship: some notes on getting started."
- The Ministry page on The Ooze website offers ideas for alt.worship.
- New Heights Church (British Columbia) "Weekends" page
- Graceway Baptist Church in Ellerslie, New Zealand, offers an offbeat website with worship ideas.