The Blogscape

Favorites

Bishop Alan’s Blog

Father Jake Stops the World (Terry Martin)

In a Godward Direction (Tobias Haller)

Inch at a Time (Susan Russell)

Preludium (Mark Harris)

Simple Massing Priest (Malcolm French)

Spiritual Politics (Mark Silk)

Thinking Anglicans (Simon Sarmiento, et. al.)

Walking with Integrity

Wounded Bird (June Butler)

The Media

Church Times’ blog

Faith in Public Life Daily News

The Guardian (Andrew Brown)

Religion Dispatches

Religion News Service

Reuters’ Faith World (Tom Heneghan, et. al.)

Times of London (Ruth Gledhill)

USA Today’s Faith & Reason (Cathy Grossman)

Contributors’ Blogs

Andrew Plus

Anglican Centrist

Caught by the Light

Contemplation at the Angle

Entangled states

Episcopal Chaplain at the Bedside

Ethical Musings

Good Faith and the Common Good

Haligweorc

Heidoville

Irreducible Minimums

New Virginia Church Man

On Not Being A Sausage

Pluralist Speaks

Santos Woodcarving Popsicles

what the tide brings in

Where the wind

There’s more

Acts of Hope

Anglicans Online

Anglican Scotist

Anglimergent

Barefoot and Laughing

Blogspotting Anglican Episcopalian

Brian McLaren

Changing Attitude

Church Planting Central

Clergy Family Confidential

Confessions of a Carioca

Daily Office

Desert’s Child

EpiScope

Emergent Village

The Episcopali-fem

Eruptions at the Foot of The Volcano

Est Anima Legis

Faith in Public Life blog

Fiat Lux

For God’s Sake, Shut up

Friends of Jake

Lionel Deimel

Liturgy (Bosco Peters)

Louie Crew

Maggi Dawn

Mission Saint Clare

Monastic Mumblings

My Manner of Life

Padre Mickey’s Dance Party

Raspberry Rabbit

Rev. Dr. Mom

Reverend Ref+

Seven Whole Days (Scott Gunn)

Street Prophets

Telling Secrets

Thanksgiving in All Things

That We All May Be One

Third Way

Three Minute Theologian

Three Rivers Episcopal

Titusonenine

Topmost Apple

Wormwood’s Doxy

Category : Episcopal Cafe

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2 Comments
  1. Isabel Ogden

    I don’t do donations by pay pal. A mailing address in order to mail a check is how I want to make a donation and I would bet I’m not alone. Please let me know an address and suggest you put an address on the donation site… Many thanks for past, present and future efforts here! Isabel R. Ogden

  2. Jon White

    Great suggestion Isabel – we made the change you recommended!

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