Promoting preservation of the history of the Episcopal and Anglican Church
Since 1910, the Historical Society of the Episcopal Church has focused on promoting the preservation and sharing the history of the Episcopal Church and its Anglican tradition. Members, who help fulfilling HSEC's objectives, are laity, clergy, scholars, students, researchers, teachers, archivists, historians, professionals - anyone with enthusiasm for church history enthusiasts. All are invited to become a member.
The June 2023 issue of Anglican and Episcopal History focuses on Prayer Book revision and is being made available to the general public at no cost. Five articles address questions which may impact Prayer Book revision in the Episcopal Church. There are also Church Reviews, Engaged History, an Exhibit Review and Book Reviews. Enjoy this issue with our compliments.
Members play a crucial role in fulfilling the Historical Society's objectives. Dues support grants for research and programs, provide for needed administrative overhead, and support publishing and conferences. The Historical Society of the Episcopal Church is especially thankful for those able and willing to provide contribution beyond a a regular or retiree membership.
Benefactors ($500 or more)
Sustaining Members ($100-$250)
Historical Society of the Episcopal Church
Dedicated to preserving and disseminating information about the history of the Episcopal Church and its antecedents.