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A new Café coming soon

On Monday, June 5th the Episcopal Café will not be available while a week of work on our new site design begins. During that time, keep up with us on Facebook and Twitter.

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Episcopal Café – ten years on

Ten years ago today, the name Episcopal Café was launched onto the internet and into the world…. So, thank you for ten years of online community; and here’s to the next ten years!

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Jim Naughton raises funds for Episcopal Relief and Development

Episcopal Café’s former editor, Jim Naughton, is raising funds for Episcopal Relief and Development running with the House of Deputies team. The Café urges you to contribute in his name to thank him for his vision of a progressive church news site. Click here to learn more.

Hey, I believe in the work of Episcopal Relief and Development and the Episcopal Church’s House of Deputies, so running on behalf of the latter to raise money for the former seemed like an excellent opportunity. Please […]

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Farewell, sorta, kinda

This is my last day of editing a weekly page of The Lead. I feel it is time to turn the work over to new members of the team. It has been a joy and learning experience to participate in spreading the good news of the progressive Episcopal Church. Jim Naughton asked me to join the project in its earliest days and from him I learned much about editing and sourcing stories. When Jon White took over the reins I readily […]

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Jim Naughton recognized for work as Episcopal Café editor

The founder and former editor of The Episcopal Café, Jim Naughton, today was awarded The House of Deputies award. Past and current members of the Café team congratulate Jim. The recognition is well deserved.

Congrats to @JimNaught, who received the House of Deputies Award for his work as editor of @episcopalcafe! #EDOW2015 pic.twitter.com/eCsFRsQH1t

— EDOW (@washdio) January 31, 2015

Posted by John B.

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The Episcopal Café seeks to be an independent voice, reporting and reflecting on the Episcopal Church and the Anglican tradition.  The Café is not a platform of advocacy, but it does aim to tell the story of the church from the perspective of Progressive Christianity.  Our collective sympathy, as the Café, lies with the project of widening the circle of inclusion within the church and empowering all the baptized for the role to which they have been called as followers of Christ.

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