|Episcopal Journal is a national newspaper devoted to the needs and interests of Episcopalians and those who desire to know more about the Episcopal Church. Our mission is to inform, involve and inspire Episcopalians in the United States and abroad by sharing the good news of our church’s life and ministry.
We strive to report in an accurate and fair manner the activities of the Episcopal Church and the Anglican Communion. Stories support and encourage the mission activities of Episcopalians in their neighborhoods, their country and the world, and illuminate the faith and tradition that bind us together.
We encourage freedom of expression that shows the rich diversity within our denomination. Opinions expressed in columns are solely those of the writers and do not necessarily express the views of the editor or the management of the publication.
Editorial content includes national and international news about our Episcopal Church and the worldwide Anglican Communion; features describing Episcopalians at worship and engaged in ministry and mission; columns by ordained and lay leaders and our readers; Christian education resources; book and film reviews; and profiles of Christian artists and authors.
On our website you will find story highlights for the current month and our featured story of the month.
We encourage contributions from our readers, especially true stories of faith experiences and personal challenges successfully overcome, or columns that provide a Christian perspective on contemporary issues that are relevant to our readers. Send your submissions to email@example.com.
We welcome letters to the editor on any subject. Please keep them to 350 words or fewer and send them to firstname.lastname@example.org, or mail them to:
The Editor, Box 308,
The Journal began publication with the February 2011 issue, one month after the Episcopal Church Center discontinued its national publication. Since our first issue, printed and distributed initially in partnership with diocesan publications, we have expanded our circulation plan and now offer subscriptions to individuals and groups.
Episcopal Journal is a 501 (c) 3 corporation. Contributions are tax deductible.