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One of the great strengths of the Episcopal Church is the diversity of views and opinions on many issues.  The following list includes organizations that highlight Episcopalians’ political, social, and theological perspectives. 
Affirming Anglican Catholicism
An organization for all Anglicans/Episcopalians, who wish to affirm the faith of the Church as well as all the people of God who love, and seek to live, that faith. This ministry is international in scope, and seeks to provide a crucial antidote to the rising tide of biblical fundamentalism that, in many parts of the Anglican Communion, is weakening the historic Anglican commitment to a balanced theology.
Center for Progressive Christianity
This eccumenical organization provides guiding ideas,networking opportunities, and resources for progressive churches, organizations, individuals and others with connections to Christianity.
American Anglican Council
A Network that affirms Biblical authority and Anglican orthodoxy as the Episcopal Church within the Anglican Communion. In response to the Lord's calling and by His grace, we commit ourselves to proclaiming the Good News to every person and to working to reform and renew our church.
Anglican Communion Institute, The
An independent not-for-profit organization for reawakening "dynamic orthodoxy" in the Anglican Communion through conferences and publications.
Anglicans for Life
A fellowship of Anglican Christians who bear witness within our church and culture to the sanctity of life and the sacredness of the family. NOEL develops and strengthens pro-life and pro-family ministries in our church and culture, emphasizing the guidance, strength and grace that God provides through Jesus Christ.
Anglicans United
An organization that seeks to grow a faithful church for the promulgation of the Gospel while forming Christian disciples in the evangelical, catholic and reformed Anglican Way.
Episcopal Network for Animal Welfare
This network seeks to create an inclusive and mutually-supportive venue for Episcopal animal advocates with a variety of interests and gifts; and to offer our presence, passion, enthusiasm and resources to help equip the churches to give meaningful voice to every creature under Heaven, especially where neglect, cruelty, degradation and commercial exploitation are concerned.
Episcopal Peace Fellowship
A national membership organization assisting Episcopalians and others to realize and live out Christ’s call for peace and justice and reconciliation. Promotes prayer, study, education, and action.
Episcopal Women's Caucus
An organization committed to advancing the role and status of women in the church, continues today as the feminist -- anyone who believes that God created males and females equally human -- voice in the Episcopal Church, theologically, spiritually, and politically.
Episcopalians for Traditional Faith (ETF)
An organization dedicated to the use of the 1928 Prayer Book (previous Book of Common Prayer) within the Episcopal Church.
Evangelical Fellowship in the Anglican Communion – USA, The
EFAC-USA stands in the Reformed Anglican tradition of the historic creeds and the 39 Articles of Religion, and the standard of teaching and practice of the Book of Common Prayer. We accept the Scriptures as God's word written, and as containing all things necessary for salvation and the final authority in all matters of faith and behavior.
Forward in Faith
A worldwide association of Anglicans who are unable in conscience to accept the ordination of women as priests or as bishops.
Prayer Book Society of the USA, The
The Society is composed of faithful Episcopalians (Anglicans) who seek to keep alive in the church the classic common prayer tradition of the Anglican Way, which began in the Church of England in 1549. They wish to worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness and in a dignified and understandable English.
Society of King Charles the Martyr (SKCM)
An organization founded in the Church of England, this Episcopal devotional society promotes knowledge about King Charles and encourages observation of the feast day on January 30.
St. Vincent, International Order of
A world-wide fellowship of Episcopal lay ministers associated with liturgy and sanctuary service in the western branches of the One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church. Men, women, boys, and girls dedicated to servant hood, discipline, cooperation, education, and the preservation of liturgical knowledge, preparation for service, responsibility, and reverence.
Via Media, USA
A non-threatening eight-week course of study, prayer, and conversation surrounded by radical hospitality that is designed to proclaim the Good News of God in Christ Jesus and to present the Episcopal Church in a contemporary context. The course is rooted in Trinitarian theology and offers a diverse, compelling witness to the unique way of being Christian that is our Anglican heritage.
Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice (RCRC)
RCRC brings the moral power of religious communities to ensure reproductive choice through education and advocacy. The Coalition seeks to give clear voice to the reproductive issues of people of color, those living in poverty, and other underserved populations. While our member organizations are religiously and theologically diverse, they are unified in the commitment to preserve reproductive choice as a basic part of religious liberty.