Useful Links

The Episcopal Church: Visit this website to learn more about the Episcopal Church of the United States.

The Diocese of Chicago: The Diocese of Chicago devotes itself to three simple goals: Grow the Church. Form the faithful. Change the world.

Friends of Southeast Mexico: Rooted in the knowledge of the family of Christ throughout the world, the Subcommittee on Southeast Mexico seeks to monitor and foster the Companionship between the Diocese of Chicago and the Diocese of Southeast Mexico. The Subcommittee is made up of representatives of Chicago Diocese parishes that maintain sister parish relationships in Southeast Mexico and it meets bi-monthly to coordinate activities.

Diocese of Renk: The Diocese of Renk is one of 31 dioceses in the Episcopal Church of South Sudan and Sudan whose mission is to spread the Gospel. View the Diocese of Chicago’s page on the Diocese of Renk.

Quean Lutibelle’s 365+ Reasons for Becoming an Anglican/Episcopalian, or At Least for Checking Us Out

Integrity USA: Integrity is a nonprofit organization of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender [LGBT] Episcopalians and their straight friends.

The Oasis: The Oasis offers reconciliation, education, liberation, and hope to all who experience prejudice and oppression because of their sexual orientation or expression.

Episcopal Migration Ministries: In 2017, Episcopal Migration Ministries and its network of local affiliates welcomed over 3,000 refugees and 900 SIV’s (Special Immigrant Visa) from 34 countries in 30 communities in 26 dioceses.

Episcopal Public Policy Network: The Episcopal Church Office of Government Relations represents the priorities of the Episcopal Church to the policy community in Washington, D.C. Through engaging Congress, the Administration, and U.S. government departments and agencies, we aim to shape and influence policy on critical issues, highlighting the voices and experiences of Episcopalians and Anglicans globally.