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Almost every group or organization provides resources to its members.  Here are some organizations whose main ministry is providing resources to empower the church.
Anglicans Online
With more than 10,000 links, Anglicans Online is independent Anglican website that is updated every Sunday night.
Church Pension Group
Our mission is to serve individual clergy, lay workers, and their dependents, and parishes, dioceses and other Episcopal Church institutions, through the provision of pensions and other benefits and services that will contribute to their lifetime economic, physical, emotional and spiritual well-being. 
Church Publishing
This official organization produces prayer books, hymnals, and other titles mandated by the General Convention through the Standing Commission on Liturgy and Music. In addition, Church Publishing carries works on liturgy, music, homiletics, church history, liturgical theology, Anglican spirituality, contemporary global Anglicanism, and emerging issues, as well as recorded music, and a growing list of software products and online services.
Consortium of Endowed Episcopal Parishes
A dynamic network of over 100 endowed parishes distinguished by innovative and effective initiatives and approaches to leadership education for lay and clergy in the Episcopal Church. Their mission is to bring leaders from endowed parishes together to foster the development and use of endowments for mission and ministry in our communities and in the world.
Cowley Publications
Cowley Publications is a ministry of the brothers of the Society of Saint John the Evangelist in Cambridge, MA. They seek to provide engaging books for ongoing theological exploration and spiritual formation of seekers, pastors and church leaders. They aim to develop a new generation of writers whose books will encourage people to think and pray in new ways about the life of faith and the future. The Publisher is the Superior of the Society, Br. Curtis Almquist, SSJE.
Episcopal Church Building Fund
The Episcopal Church Building fund aids in the building, improvement, and repair of churches, rectories, parochial, and diocesan buildings by providing assistance in planning and loans, and to aid in the development of congregations.
Episcopal Church Foundation, The
Our mission is to strengthen the leadership and financial capabilities of Episcopal congregations, dioceses and related organizations to pursue their mission and ministry. We provide resources for capital campaigns, planned giving, annual stewardship, and endowment management, publish Vestry Papers and Vestry Resource Guides, and provide fellowships through the Fellowship Partners Program.
Evangelical Education Society (EES)
Makes annual grants to seminary students, faculty, and staff to seek new ways to meet the challenges that the Church faces in the 21st Century.
This publishing and consulting organization serves the Episcopal Church and beyond by providing resources that are developed by congregations or dioceses and then shared throughout a network.  These materials are "evolutionary" in that they are constantly being added to and improved by all the people who use them. 
Project Canterbury
A website that focuses compiling Anglican resources related to the Oxford Movement and the Catholic identity of Anglicanism.
Episcopal Relief and Development
Episcopal Relief and Development is an effective, reliable, and vital ministry of the Episcopal Church in communities around the world. It provides emergency assistance in times of disaster, rebuilds devastated communities after the immediate crisis is over, and offers long-term solutions to help people sustain safer, healthier, and more productive lives.
This non-profit corporation provides Episcopal curriculum for small churches and other unique educational materials. Seedlings provides: Sunday School Curriculum in the Episcopal tradition; Adult Inquirers and Confirmation materials; Scripts for instructed liturgies; First Communion lessons; Every Member UNCanvass Stewardship process.
Society for the Increase of the Ministry (SIM)
An independent, non-profit scholarship foundation. Most SIM grants are awarded to students attending seminary full-time at one of the eleven accredited seminaries of the Episcopal Church. In addition, through our Alternative Program, a limited number of scholarships are granted to persons preparing for ordination in alternative educational environments.
Society for Promoting and Encouraging Art and Knowledge of the Church is a fivefold ministry including the Episcopal Book Club, the Anglican Digest, the Anglican Bookstore, Operation Pass Along, and the Howard Lane Foland Library by helping all who want to learn more about the Episcopal Church
The Episcopal Network for Stewardship (TENS)
An association of church leaders who understand, practice, and proclaim God's call to generosity. The mission of The Episcopal Network for Stewardship (TENS) is to transform lives by developing a network of church leaders who encourage generosity.
Trinity Grants
For more than 30 years, Trinity Grants has channeled resources both throughout New York City and worldwide. The result is that communities are transformed, church leaders in remote places are educated for ministry, parishioners discover their spirituality. In short, people get access to ideas and resources once beyond reach.