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Many groups and organizations have their newsletters or other publications available in an online format.
Anglican and Episcopal History
Published quarterly – March, June, September, December at Manchaca, Texas by the Historical Society of the Episcopal Church (Formerly the Church Historical Society).
Anglican Digest, The
Seeks to reflect "the words and work of the faithful throughout the Anglican Communion" and, in that respect, proudly and consistently supports the doctrine, discipline and worship of the Church. It is published bimonthly by SPEAK, the Society for Promoting and Encouraging the Arts and Knowledge (of the Church).
Anglican Theological Review, The
A quarterly journal of theological reflection. In the spirit of sound learning that has been the hallmark of Anglican divinity, our aim is to foster scholarly excellence and thoughtful conversation in and for the church.
Anglican Voice
A publication of Anglicans United and is published monthly. Anglicans United brings together evangelicals, charismatics and broad-church traditional Episcopalians who shared a growing sense of alarm at the continuing moral and doctrinal slide of their Church.
Anglican, The
A publication of the Anglican Society which was to promote the Catholic doctrine, discipline and worship of the Episcopal Church according to the principles and contents of the Book of Common Prayer.
Anglican/Episcopal World
The official magazine of the Anglican Communion published by the Anglican Communion Office.
The quarterly newsletter of the Anglican Centre in Rome.
Christian Challenge, The
An independent hardcopy publication providing such a broad scope of news for faithful Episcopalians/Anglicans within and outside of the "official" Anglican Communion. It is sponsored by the non-profit Foundation for Christian Theology.
Church and Synagogue Library Association, The
Publishes a bimonthly publication, Church & Synagogue Libraries, with news, book and other media reviews, bibliographies, and articles on all aspects of organizing and operating effective libraries. Members are encouraged to submit material for publication.
Church Periodical Club Quarterly
A newsletter that reports the activities of the National Books Fund, the Mile of Pennies Fund and other endeavors of the Church Periodical Club.
Communiqué, The
A quarterly publication of the Episcopal Church Women (ECW).
Cowley Magazine
The magazine newsletter of the Society of Saint John the Evangelist and is issued three times a year. It features theological reflection essays, Updates on brothers' mission work and community life, upcoming retreat offerings, and other news and events in the life of the Society.
The quarterly journal of the Rural Workers’ Fellowship and deals with small and rural church issues.
Día a Día
Spanish version of the popular “Forward Day by Day” meditations. Using the lessons appointed by The Book of Common Prayer, the authors select a single verse from one of the appointed lessons and then allow God to enter their life and yours through what is said and suggested.
Episcopal Church Annual, The
AKA, “The Red Book” is one of the most comprehensive, updated reference book available on the Episcopal Church. It contains more than 500 pages of well-organized information and current statistics, including the names and addresses of Episcopal clergy, Episcopal parishes and missions, and hundreds of church-related organizations.
Episcopal Teacher
The newsletter publishes articles about Christian education of all groups. Published four times a year, the topics included seasonal ideas, reviews of curriculum and media, and news of interest to Episcopal educators.
Epistle, The
Published by the National Altar Guild Association (NAGA) publishes a quarterly newsletter to assist parish, diocesan, and provincial altar guilds through information, resources, and communication.
Forward Day by Day
A daily inspirational reflection and meditation centering on one of the daily lectionary readings. Using the lessons appointed by The Book of Common Prayer, different authors select a single verse from one of the appointed lessons and then allow God to enter their life and yours through what is said and suggested.
Living Church, The
Published by The Living Church Foundation, a non-profit organization serving the Episcopal Church.
Mandate, The
Published six times per year by The Journal of the Prayer Book Society (The Society for the Preservation of the Prayer Book).
Published three times annually, Open is Associated Parishes for Liturgy and Mission’s topical journal.
Royal Cross, The
A journal of The Daughters of the King and is published four times a year.The Daughters of the King is an Order for women in the Episcopal Church with Chapters in the Roman Catholic, Anglican, and in the Evangelical Lutheran Churches in America. Daughters are dedicated to prayer and service For Christ's Sake.
Servant, The
A quarterly publication of the Brotherhood of St. Gregory (BSG). BSG is a Christian Community of the Episcopal Church, whose members follow a common rule and serve the church on parochial, diocesan, and national levels.
Sewanee Theological Review
Published quarterly, Sewanee Theological Review focuses on questions that are a present and continuing concern for the church. Recent issues have included moral questions (such as peace and war), the future of the church, and praying, among many others.
A Journal of Christian Healing is the official publication of the International Order of St. Luke the Physician. Sharing is an interdenominational, international magazine of Christian healing, dedicated to the healing of body, soul, and spirit.
Spirituality & Health -The Soul/Body Connection
A bimonthly print magazine reports on the ideas, the people, and the practices of the current spiritual renaissance.
Voice of Integrity, The
The quarterly newsletter of Integrity. Integrity is a witness of God's inclusive love to the Episcopal Church and the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender.
Witness, The
Published quarterly, The Witness is a voice of gospel justice, based in the Episcopal Church and Anglican Communion. It is an independent publishing organization, unaffiliated with the institutional church, for the progressive movement within the church.