From the editors:

If you’re reading this, The Living Church is probably already your daily blog, news source, or Daily Devotional. We hope we’re coming to your mailbox twice a month. Maybe we’ve even seen you in person lately, as the co-host of a theology conference at your local parish.

On #GivingTuesday, as we approach Advent and a season of reflective giving, would you also remember that we’re a 501(c)(3)?

This is what your gifts and donations made possible in 2019:

Advertisement

  • Continued circulation of The Living Church magazine
  • Production of CovenantIlluminations, and the Daily Devotional
  • Crucial conference at Lambeth Palace with global church leaders
  • Pilgrimage to Rome with seminarians
  • Teaching events in the U.S.
  • Launch of the “Anglicans Believe” pamphlet series

To stay at the cutting edges of faithful reporting, teaching, and leadership in the Episcopal Church today, The Living Church Foundation, like any religious non-profit, depends on God’s generosity and the generosity of others.

The Living Church only continues when faithful donors give. We rely financially on fellow Episcopalians — lay leaders, students, and clergy alike. No gift is too large or too small.

Will you commit to keep us thriving in 2020? Whether it’s $1, or a repeated gift of $10,000+, we will use your investment to prayerfully pay forward into the life, leadership, and future of the Episcopal Church and Anglicanism worldwide.

Put us in your calendar for Dec. 3, or give now.

You can also learn more about giving to The Living Church, including testimonials and investment information, here.

God bless you.

About The Author

In continuous publication since 1878, The Living Church remains focused on the whole state of Christ’s Church, amid major shifts in the landscape and culture of global Christianity. We are champions of a covenanted Anglican Communion as a means of healing the wounds of division in the body of Christ.

Related Posts

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

  Subscribe  
Notify of