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Diocesan and Parish Resources: Guides and sample forms prepared by The Archives of the Episcopal Church offer a way forward for parishes and dioceses in managing their own archives and records management programs.

Episcopal Archivists: A network of practicing archivists and records managers who work in dioceses and parishes of the Episcopal Church. Episcopal Archivists are committed to a professional approach to preserve the Church's archives.  Episcopal Archivists is as an advisory body to The Archives of the Episcopal Church.

Anti-Racism and the Church’s Progress Towards Reconciliation: The Archives hosts two microsites that document internal efforts to eliminate institutional racism, and Church-wide efforts to reconcile with our specific legacy in perpetrating the sin of racism in our communities.

Ecclesiastical Discipline – Cases,  History and Texts: The Archives hosts a private micro-website of digitized records useful to the “White and Dykman” Task Group, which is charged by the Standing Commission on Structure, Governance and Constitution and Canons to revise the Episcopal Church’s standard work on canonical history and jurisprudence.

Liturgies for the Blessing of Same Sex Unions:  Materials were gathered to implement General Convention Resolution 2012-A049: Authorize Liturgical Resources for Blessing Same-Gender Relationships.  The resolution charged The Episcopal Church's Standing Commission on Liturgy and Music (SCLM) to receive comments and reponses to the proposed new liturgyThe site also links to primary sources used to develop the new liturgy as a result of 2009-C056.

Ecumenical and Interfaith Relationships:  Originally compiled to assist the work of the Standing Commission on Ecumenical and Interreligious Relations, this Digital Archive documents the history of five ecumenical dialogues.