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Hello Café Readers!

This is Jon White, Managing Editor of the Episcopal Café, and I’m here to ask your financial support.  Our mission is to share the story of the Episcopal Church.  We offer news, commentary, devotionals, reflections and features that show the diversity and depth of our church.


We are an independent website that is not supported by any formal church bodies; all our support comes from you – our readers.  So I’m here to invite you to be a supporter of the kind of storytelling we’ve come to be known for over the past ten years.  And to support our mission for the future.


We continue to offer the best mix of content of news, commentary and reflection on the life of faith in the Anglican tradition available anywhere online.  And in the past year we’ve begun partnering with some of the best Episcopal podcasters out there to provide a one-stop shop for the best in Episcopal audio.  In the year ahead, we hope to continue to offer the best of what we’ve always done while continuing to add new, interesting and high quality content to help you know your church and to bring you new voices and new perspectives.


We’re also working to redesign our site to make for a much improved reader experience and to add some of the features many of our readers have asked for like an email subscription so you can get the content you want in a simple, singular format.


So please consider helping us to keep you informed of what’s happening in your church and to share our story and way of faith with a wider world.  You can make a tax-deductible that will support our work and enable needed improvements.


You can donate easily online (using PayPal) by clicking on the DONATE NOW button below where you can make a one-time donation or set up ongoing support.

Or if you’d rather mail us a check they can be sent to:

Episcopal Café

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Prof Christopher Seitz

You must spend a lot of time on the internet, then! In my own case, I respond here and at TA. That’s it. And far less here over time…

Good luck with the fund-raising.

Francis Marion

Chris Seitz should definitely give and give big. The Cafe is the only place left on the internet that puts up with his pompous malarkey! Oh wait, did I write that out loud?
I await the rejection of this response…

Prof Christopher Seitz

“diversity and depth of our Church.”

Seriously? It’s OK to be what Café is, of course. But the idea that someone like Bro David is a fair and peaceable Café “editor” concerned to uphold the “diversity and depth of our Church” is simply too far fetched to be taken seriously.

I await the rejection of this response just as so many others have become accustomed to.

Gregory Orloff

Your frequent comments here are evidence of the depth and diversity of the Church that Episcopal Cafe covers so seriously, Presbyter Christopher Seitz.

Jay Croft

Bill, what’s wrong with being progressive and liberal?

Today I’m sending in a check in support of Episcopal Café.

David Allen

I have signed up for Amazon Smile and made the Café my designated charity. I buy a few thousand dollars of goods a year through Amazon, so it will hopefully generate some income for the Café.

Bill Reeder

Reality check: the Episcopal Café tells of one now dominant aspect of the Episcopal Church: the progressive, liberal wing. No thought is given to mainline, centrist Episcopalians who are, as one might say, beginning to stay away in droves.

Point being, tell the truth as to who you are: an activist liberal Episcopal blog, not a news source that shares the “diversity and depth of our Church.”

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