Paul Moore Acquisition
The Archives has received Bishop Paul Moore's
papers in a donation arranged just two years before his death. The archive represents
a long history of involvement in social justice and public life.
American Church Institute
A prominent collection in the African American Archives of the Episcopal Church, the Records of the American Church Institute, have been newly processed and opened for research.
The Incremental Voice for Justice: The Ministry of Seiichi Michael Yasutake
Archives Acquires Records of Leadership from within the Japanese American Episcopal Community
John Maury Allin's Papers Opened for Research
The Personal Papers of the Church's Twenty-third Presiding Bishop
News Item: Archives Acquires Church and Alcohol Studies Collection
The records of the North Conway Institute are a documentary resource providing evidence of the role that ecumenical groups played in educating and shaping the church and society's attitude toward alcoholism from the 1950s to the present. A description of the collection, a history of the NCI, electronic full text of several NCI publications, and pointers to other information resources on alcoholism are available.
Roanridge: A Response of the Church in a Time of Transition
A Rich Collection Documenting Ministry at Roanridge Farm
Archives Launches APPEND: a Diocesan History and Preservation Project
Working with Dioceses to Create a Permanent Film Copy of Diocesan Newspapers
Archives Acquires Papers of Maverick Episcopal Leader, Bishop John Spong
Papers of the Right Reverend John Shelby Spong Donated to The Archives of the Episcopal Church.
Message from a Happy Researcher
An Historian Shares Her Experience
Archives Acquires Papers of The Episcopal Society for Cultural and Racial Unity