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Anglican lists, web forums, &c

YOU'LL FIND NUMEROUS Anglican-related or specific-interest mailing lists on the Internet. With any mailing list, you can participate in the exchange of ideas with others around the world. Read on to have a look at your choices.

Mailing Lists, Web Forums, and Selected News Groups

Mailing lists are groups of people connected by electronic mail. If you join a mailing list, you will receive messages sent to the list in your email box, and you'll be able to send posts to everyone else who is subscribed. When you subscribe, you'll be sent instructions (usually termed a FAQ, which is a common Net abbreviation for 'Frequently Asked Questions'). A FAQ contains lots of useful information, so do give it a read. And be sure to save it, since it will give you information about how to remove yourself from the list if you decide to at a later time.

PLEASE NOTE: Many modern email systems have the ability to send "rich text" or "multimedia" or "MIME" or "formatted" email. You must not use this to communicate with the various mailing list mechanisms. None of the automatic processing software that subscribes you to email lists (and unsubscribes you from them) can deal with mail in any format other than plain text, and most of the subscribers to such lists are displeased when people send list members messages in formats other than plain text.

Lists of Blogs

We don't list blogs.

Mailing lists and discussion boards

These lists are for general discussion of things Anglican, open to whomever wishes to subscribe.

The Anglican Examiner
An online forum devoted to religion and public affairs from an Anglican perspective.

Anglican Women Circle Chat (AWCC)
From June Maffin, the list owner: 'This mailing list is for Anglican women around the world to network, make connections, share resources, stories, opinions, dreams, frustrations, questions, prayer concerns; whatever is of interest to members'. On the homepage you'll find directions for subscribing.

Beliefnet, Anglican/Episcopal Board
The submitter's comment: 'I've enjoyed this board immensely. Very well-trafficked and a relatively broad range of viewpoints'.

Canang Discussion list
'a forum in which is discussed the life and ministry of the Anglican Church of Canada. The list offers a lovely window on the world of the church. It is a forum for the discussion of theology, history, liturgy, spirituality, social justice and other topics from the point of view of Canadian Anglicanism. It is intended to foster communication among Canadian Anglicans and others, and will provide an opportunity for networking, sharing of information and ideas and research collaboration. All are welcome, whether they are Canadians or not, Anglicans or not.'

Christians on the Internet - COIN
'COIN hosts mailing lists that help Christians of all denominations to discuss a wide range of interests. The focus is mainly on the Church in the British Isles and discussions cover a range of topics including pastoral and outreach work, church music and liturgical interests.'

Christian fellowship for blind and partially sighted people. 'An increasing number of blind, blind-deaf and partially sighted people surf the Web and communicate through email, Echurch-UK brings them together in an email community. Our site also has information for local churches on access and support for visually impaired people'.

Episcopal/Anglican/Religion Community
A chat and discussion forum. Designed to be an 'open and embracing community' that asks everyone to be respectful of varied positions being discussed.

Episcopal Solitaries
'Membership to this list is restricted to canonically recognized Episcopal Solitaries, explorers interested in becoming a Solitary or who those who assist in the discernment process such as spiritual directors and clergy, etc.'

Episcopal Voices
A new list that replaces EpiscoTalk, which was taken down due to decisions at General Convention 2003.

Inclusive Episcopalians
A new site formed in response to some 'negative discussions' on MSN. While brand new and with only slight conversation thus far, it is worth a visit if you're interested in a 'safe haven for inclusiveness'.

Lay Anglicana
'The place to share news and views from the pews. The intention is for these discussions to centre on worship: to be ecclesiastical rather than theological. There are plenty of good websites devoted to the nature of God, and plenty more (usually clergy-centred) which exist to promote a particular point of view, but none that we know of, primarily for and by the laity, on the who and why and which and what of all strains of Anglican worship.'

An email list, whose information page says: 'A place for conversation, fellowship, and friendship. One might think of it as an English pub, where folk come to find food to sustain their bodies, drink to cheer their spirits, and friends to share their lives. Or, if one doesn't frequent pubs, one might imagine that Magdalen Herbert, mother of the Anglican poet George Herbert and the person for whom the list is named, has invited us all into her parlour. John Donne describes "her high intelligence and 'sharpness of wit', as well as her devotion to the Scriptures and to the services of the Church: 'her house was a cort in the conversation of the best'." The List's name also alludes to Mary Magdalen, one of the most devoted followers of Jesus. Most of those gathered here are Anglicans, but that is not a requirement for belonging to the List.' The web site provides information about how to subscribe.

Nicholas' Forum
'A discussion forum that was primarily Orthodox in nature when it began, but now has more of an Orthodox and Anglican slant. It can be rather lively, but has managed to avoid most of the pitfalls of discussion boards, such as constant sniping and personal attacks. It is moderated.'

Note: There are two different Anglican email lists by the name of St Bede's. They have somewhat overlapping, but not identical, memberships, and different structures for list governance. To try to explain succinctly the precise differences between these two lists with the same name and some of the same people would be about as easy as explaining why there are two overlapping Anglican dioceses in Europe, so we shan't attempt it.

St Bede's Anglican Mailing List
'We are members of the worldwide Anglican Communion, friends of Anglicanism and seekers. We respect the diversity of Anglicans throughout the world and we seek to share our growth in Christ. We take the following Scripture as guiding us on this path: And now faith, hope and love [caritas] abide, these three; and the greatest of these is love. (1 Corinthians 13:13)' See this web site for subscription information.

St Bede's Anglican Mailing List
'We are members of the worldwide Anglican Communion, friends of Anglicanism and seekers. We respect the diversity of Anglicans throughout the world and we seek to share our growth in Christ. We take the following Scripture as guiding us on this path: And now faith, hope and love [caritas] abide, these three; and the greatest of these is love. (1 Corinthians 13:13)' Obviously very similar in purpose to the list described just above, but with slightly different governance structure. See the web site for subscription information; look under FAQ.

Saint Honoré
An email list for Anglicans and other Christians interested in discussing just about anything under (or over) the sun. Rather whimsically named for Saint Honoré — seventh-century Bishop of Amiens and patron saint of bakers of holy wafers and other confections — the list is unmoderated, welcomes diverse views, and invites all members to treat one another according to the principles of the Baptismal Covenant in the 1979 US Book of Common Prayer. See website for subscription information.

St Paul's Discussion forum
'For intellectual and spiritual enrichment of all (Anglicans and others alike) and a place to discuss issues facing the church today. Registration is required to post on the forums. Registration is a free and simple process.'

This collection of discussion forums is hosted by Anglican Media Melbourne, and includes sections for general discussion, online resources, worship on the web, prayer, etc.

Ship of Fools: A Magazine of Christian Unrest. What began as a print magazine is now completely on the web. It's humurous and has extremely active web forums.

Special-Purpose Anglican email lists

These lists are focused around discussion of particular aspects of Anglican life and practice, or discussion from a particular theological perspective. Membership is usually open to all interested persons, within the bounds set by the list organizers.

Anglican Boat-Rockers
A new listserve/message board for those who wish to 'rock the boat', for those who see the Church as more than buildings, and want it to be people, people with stories to tell.

Anglican Christian Education
A description of the list from an active member: 'This is a mutual support network of Christian Ed folk within the Anglican Communion. While topics such as "Sunday School" are well covered (we have lists of resources, books, bookstores, contacts, and curricula) we also discuss adult education, youth group concerns, and integrating newcomers (young and old, those of little or no Anglican background, etc.) into church life'. To join, send a blank email to the following address: You will receive an email asking you to confirm your subscription request; reply to that one and you're then subscribed.

Anglican Community of LGBT
An Anglican email list and group that has 'grown to a global community of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender Anglicans and our friends'.

Anglican History Research list
This list was launched in January, 2006 to serve as a forum for serious bibliographic and archival inquiries about Anglican and Episcopal history. Conference announcements, calls for papers, dissertation and thesis topic announcements, etc. are welcome on the list.

Anglican Music
'Anglican-Music began as a forum for Anglican (including Episcopal) church musicians to post their lists of hymns, service settings, and choral and organ music and to share ideas for what is appropriate for each Sunday and holy day. It continues with this purpose but also now features much discussion of Anglican music spirituality, history, personalities, issues, trends, and philosophies.'

Anglican Music Liturgy and Controversy
'A friendly Yahoo group open to any topic of interest to the communion. Warning: bring your thinking caps and sense of humor. To join, go here'.

Anglican Tradition
'To discuss and share aspects of the traditions of Anglicanism. Arguments about trendy problems in Anglicanism are strongly discouraged. Think of coffee hour after Mass, or better yet, a group of friends sitting around the fireplace in the Rector's study, sipping your favourite beverage, chatting about this, the most graceful form of the reformed catholic faith'. To subscribe, see this web page.

A mailing list primarily for deacons in the Episcopal Church, Anglican Church of Canada, and other Anglican churches. Others are also welcome. Ormonde Plater is the moderator. To subscribe, send a blank message to

The Bible Newsgroup
The Bible Newsgroup (called and accessed by pointing your news client to is a forum for Christians to discuss the Bible both as literature and as a theology textbook. For the purposes of this newsgroup the Bible consists of the Old Testament including the deuterocanonical books (the apocrypha) and the New Testament. While other religious literature of the period, such as Old Testament apocrypha and New Testament apocrypha, can also be topics of discussion, the primary thrust of the group is the canonical Bible as defined by the Tradition of God given to the Roman Catholic Church. This group welcomes scholars of religious traditions other than the Roman Catholic. Honest differences of opinion will no doubt arise in discussions, especially ecumenical discussions, but flaming will be frowned upon. The Bible Newsgroup is also available as a mailing list: Send email to In the body of your message, type: subscribe

Episcopal university students now have a list. To join, send email to the body of the message, type: subscribe CNTRBURY your name

Catechumenate (CATEC-L)
An ecumenical forum for discussion of the catechumenate.To subscribe, send email to In the body of the message, type: subscribe CATEC-L your name

Charter for Catholic Literature
The Catholic Literature Newsgroup (catholic.literature, accessed by pointing your news client to provides a forum for discussions of literature related to the Christian faith. Topics include Christian fiction, Christian science fiction and fantasy, Christian history, theology, mysticism, Christian mysteries, patristics, writings of the Church Fathers, writings of Christian saints, angelology, Christian folk tales, Christian poetry, etc. The newsgroup owner is especially interested in religious science fiction and fantasy literature. (Also available as a mailing list: Send email to In the body of your message, type: subscribe)

The national Episcopal Chaplain list. To join, send email to In the body of the message, type: sub CHANEL your name

Christ and Media Culture
A list for sharing involvements and discussing issues on the impact of electronic media on Christian faith and practice and the contextualisation of Christian faith into global mediated culture. The list is moderated by Dr. Peter Horsfield as part of the Electronic Culture Research Project of the Uniting Church in Victoria, Australia. To join, send an email message to In the body of the message, type: subscribe xt-mediaculture

A discussion list founded by three Anglican women of Northern England. One of the nicest, friendliest sites we've seen in awhile. Join in with 'Real People, Real Faith, Real Lives.'

Church Planters
Intended to build up and encourage participants by sharing overall vision, questions, specific problems, experiences, testimonies, practical suggestions. To foster those interested in learning and praying for new church plants. To join, send email to In the body of the message, type: subscribe

Clerical marriage
Kephas is a mailing list for the discussion of clerical marriage in the liturgical churches, with a focus on the Roman Church. All are welcome, but no flaming allowed. To subscribe, send an email to with 'subscribe kephas [your email address]' in the body of the email.

Common Worship
An email discussion group hosted by COIN (Christians on the Internet) for people to discuss aspects of Common Worship, to speak freely about Common Worship and to swap ideas and best practice with others as clergy and lay people alike get to grips with the new material. It is an unofficial list. 'If you have questions about Common Worship, you need help with any particular material, you're looking for ideas about how to use it, you've got some hot tips or bright ideas, then this is the place to be!'. To subscribe, go here and scroll down to Common Worship.

Communications in the local church
A moderated mailing list
about communications at the local church level; a place to share ideas and to ask questions of those who might have experience in a particular area. Subjects could include church Web pages and newsletters. To join, send an email message to: You may also sign up through the net at:

Congregational Development
'For leaders of Episcopal (US) parishes and dioceses to explore congregational development. This is a place to ask for and offer help; seek and provide resources; explore, wonder about and discover issues in congregational development'. Subscription information here.

A mailing list for the spouses and fiancés (or cées) of clergy -- or anyone contemplating a serious relationship with a member of the clergy. To join, send an email to In the body of the message, type: subscribe

Cucumber Sandwiches
A wiki site for clergy husbands. Based in England, but has contributions from clergy husbands worldwide. Not limited to Anglican husbands.

This list is designed for Catholic and Anglican/Episcopal Cursillo, Methodist Walk to Emmaus, Lutheran Tres Dias, and other Christian renewal movements. To join, send e-mail to or visit the web site and click on 'Subscribe' and that will start the process.

Ecclesiastical History
A discussion list for scholars, students and others interested in Church History, History of Christianity, and/or Historical Theology (about 300 subscribers.) To join, go to Click on the 'Subscribe' link and then the 'Click here to register' link. After you register, you will be sent an activation message. Respond to it as instructed in the message.

ECUNET is an unusual, pre-Internet computer network, which has lately undergone a Web-based facelift. Once operated by the Presbyterian Church, it is now an independent organization and has a small but devoted following among Anglican subscribers. Update 2010: ECUNET has been re-implemented again, this time as a front end to Google

Episcopal Information
'Episcopal' includes short biographies of saints and weekly readings from the lectionary of the American Book of Common Prayer. To join, send email to In the body of the message, type: subscribe Episcopal your name

Episcopal Scouters discussion forum
One of dozens of lists for scouters, this one is for Episcopalian scouts and scouters. Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Campfire, Cub Scouts, Eagle Scouts. All welcome. Any and all are welcome to discuss: Duty to God, Scouting in the Church, the religious emblems program, camp chaplaincy, etc.

Episcopalian Homeschoolers email group
Primarily directed to people in the Episcopal Church in the USA, this list provides a place where 'homeschooling Episcopalian parents offer each other support and resources. Some typical topics are: adapting curriculum from other faith perspectives, using or adapting secular curriculum, experiences with various resources, Montessori homeschooling, First Communion preparation, and other religious education at home'. (Cross-listed under Christian Education.)

Equipping the Saints
A discussion forum for youth workers in Northern Canada and elsewhere.

Essentials Document, Montreal '94
A list for those interested in discussion of the Essentials Document, Montreal '94. To subscribe, send email to In the message body type only: subscribe essentials_listserve

'Gathering the neXt Generation'
An open discussion list, sponsored by the 'Gathering the neXt Generation' network, for issues relating to the postmodern generations, recruitment of clergy born after 1960, GenX and GenY faith issues. Send an empty email message to GTNG also operates a closed and confidential support list for US Xer clergy which can be joined by sending an empty email to

GospelView is a weekly email discussion of the Gospel appointed by the Episcopal Lectionary for each Sunday. Here's how it works: If you are a member of the list, then you and the others on the list will receive a copy of the Gospel one week in advance. There are also some discussion starters included with the text and all are encouraged to take part in the discussion. To subscribe, send a blank e-mail to You will be signed up and receive information about the group discussions.

A mailing list for anyone interested or involved in healing ministry: clergy, health professionals, and lay persons of any denomination. Topics include prayer, discernment, books, workshops and training, prayer team formation, starting a healing ministry at a parish (and planning and publicizing it),relationships between doctors, clergy, and lay persons, and outreach to people homebound or in hospitals. To join, see

Interchurch Families
Mailing list for people who are interested in the issues and concerns of inter-church families and/or mixed marriages. Particular concerns regarding intercommunion, eucharistic theology, weddings, and baptisms. Be prepared for a large volume of email. To subscribe to the list, send an email to

A web forum for gay and lesbian Anglicans / Episcopalians within the Portuguese-speaking world. The submitter says 'Although the list was created for GLBT folks who are Anglicans / Episcopalians, there are currently members from the Lutheran and Methodist Churches'.

Integrity Mailing List (INTEGNEWS-L)
INTEGNEWS-L is the official Internet news and information list of Integrity--an association of gay and lesbian Episcopalians. The primary purpose of this list is to distribute significant news items concerning: 1) national Integrity, 2) Integrity regions, 3) Integrity chapters, and 4) Integrity members. Significant international, national, diocesan, and parish events and issues of interest to gay/lesbian Episcopalians/Anglicans may also be posted. Editorial and opinion articles [except those generated by authorized national Integrity spokespersons] are not accepted. Any interested person may subscribe to this list. However, only members of Integrity's national board of directors are authorized to post messages. INTEGNEWS-L is available in both message-by-message and weekly digest formats. Additional information about this list, as well as an archive of list messages, can be found on the Integrity Web site. You can join the list at any time by following these steps: 1) Send a message to LISTSERV@AMERICAN.EDU. It doesn't matter what you put in the subject field. You can leave it blank if your email software allows you to do so. 2) Type the command SUBSCRIBE INTEGNEWS-L in the body of the message. Send the message. 3) To make sure that the subscription request actually came from you [rather than someone pretending to be you] the LISTSERV will send you a confirmation message. Hit the reply button, type OK [and nothing else] in the body of the reply, and send the message back to the LISTSERV.

The International Order of Saint Luke the Physician
An order of clergy, health professionals, and lay persons who feel called to make Jesus's ministry of healing a regular part of their vocation. OSL members and seriously interested nonmembers may subscribe to the email discussion list, OSLPLIST. It's a vehicle for news and information between different national and local OSL chapters, as well as for fellowship, discussion, prayer support, and praise reports. For more information about OSLPLIST, contact the
list owner. To join, s
end an email to OSLPLIST-SUBSCRIBE@ASSOCIATE.COM Leave the body of the message entirely blank.

Japanese Anglicans/Episcopalians
NSKK-General is an unofficial mailing list of the NSKK (Nippon Sei-Ko-Kai), the Anglican/Episcopal Church in Japan, where Japanese-speaking Anglicans congregate to discuss the general Anglican-related subjects. There is also another mailing list, mainly for the use of computers in church and personal activities. To participate, send e-mail to Timothy K. Fujii ( of the Provincial Office or see the NSKK mailing list guide written in Japanese and English in the "History of Electronic Communications Technology Usage by NSKK Members" description in the Diocese of Chubu home page.

A mailing list for the discussion of clerical marriage in the liturgical churches, with a focus on the Roman Catholic Church. All are welcome, but no flaming allowed. To subscribe, send an email to with 'subscribe kephas [your email address]' in the body of the email.

LFF-L: A US Episcopal Church lectionary resource mailing list
An email goes out to subscribers every Sunday night containing the upcoming Lectionary (from the US 1979 BCP) and information about all the lesser feasts and fasts with that particular week, including appointed readings and psalms. To subscribe to the list, send an email to and in the body of the message, type: SUBSCRIBE LFF-L firstname lastname

LitML: a markup language and mailing list
XML, the Extensible Markup Language (a subset of SGML), will replace, at least for some applications, HTML, the markup language currently used on most web pages. XML makes it relatively easy to define an appropriate markup, and lots of groups have taken advantage of this to develop a system for their subject area. The time is right to develop a liturgical markup language (provisionally 'LitML'). LitML might be used to mark up new liturgical texts of existing denominations, and also to mark up historic texts. In conjunction with other markup schemes it might be used for commentaries, and for scholarly and popular works, etc. Such a scheme would be multi-denominational and multi-national.

This is an invitation to participate in the process of defining LitML. The following skills might be useful:

  • familiarity with writing, designing, printing and publishing liturgical texts
  • familiarity with using liturgical texts, as a worshipper, or as a scholar, etc.
  • familiarity with XML (or SGML, or even HTML, or other markup schemes such as the TEI)

It will need people to devise the scheme, people to review it and test it, and people to publicise it to other potential users. Simon Kershaw has created a place-holder web page at and if there is sufficient interest he will create a mailing list for discussion. Please email him at if you are interested or if you would like more details.

Liturgy-l is a nondenominational forum for the discussion of issues relevant to the study and planning of Christian worship. We welcome participation from members of of all denominations. The activities of this list range from informal conversation to formal meeting. Hence, each contribution to the ongoing discussion should be considered more a letter than a part of a chat. We encourage discussion across a broad spectrum of ecclesiastical and liturgical opinion and actively discourage the use of this list as a forum for liturgical warfare, denominational posturing, or other similar activities. To subscribe, send email to

Mere Benedictines email list
'Welcome to all who have an interest in St. Benedict, his Rule and how to live the Rule. We recognize that we come from different walks of life, denominations, churches and creeds. Christ said the mark of his followers would be their love for one another. We hope to show that mark within the framework of The Rule of Benedict.'

Monastic-L is an unmoderated discussion list focusing on professed religious life in the Anglican communion. Monastic-L-digest is the digest form of Monastic-L. To join, send an email to In the body of the message, type: subscribe monastic or subscribe monastic-digest

Oremus is a form of the daily office posted each day to the mailing list See for more. To subscribe to oremus see its subscription page.

An online lectionary study group that each week discusses the lessons for the coming Sunday (taken from the Revised Common Lectionary).To join, see the subscription webpage.

Religion Researchers Exchange
Information and tips for people involved in research in the theological arena. To join, send email to In the body of the message, type: subscribe

Sabbath Blessings of Molly Wolf
A Canadian Anglican who every week delights subscribers with her witty, delightful, incisive, and often poetic looks at life in the late twentieth century. See for subscription information.

St Sam's Cyberparish An Anglican mailing list all are welcome to join - you might even be able to get your own St Sam's T-shirt.

An unmoderated weekly discussion based on the texts of the Revised Common Lectionary. The readings for the weeks are opened about 2 weeks in advance. To join, send email to In the body of the message, type: subscribe

Technology in the Church
Dedicated to the discussion of technology, its role and practical application in church and missions environments. Covers Audio/Visual, computers, mass-media, communications and other technologies. To join, send email to In the body of the message, type: subscribe tictalk Your name

Theologos is a discussion list dedicated to dialogue and exchange of information. The focus is on Christian theology of all kinds. Participants are encouraged to ask questions, post ideas and proposals, and respond to one another in a civil and respectful manner. The purpose of the list is not proselytizing, but strong affirmation of faith-based viewpoints is not discouraged or forbidden. Participants should be knowledgeable about theology, with an understanding equivalent to at least seminary or graduate level work in religious studies or theology. To join, send email to In the body of the message, type: subscribe Theologos your name

Vergers Guild of the Episcopal Church
For those lay folk engaged in planning and conduct of worship, e.g. acolyte coaches and senior acolytes, masters of ceremonies, is a list established by Vergers Guild of the Episcopal Church. Visit their site for information about a future mailing list for people doing the work, even if their parish doesn't now use--and may never use--a vested verger during liturgy.

Vic Anglicans Online
'A web forum for the Anglican Church of Australia, Province of Victoria. According to the 1996 Census, there are 716,356 Anglicans in Victoria. The host is Newlands Community Education and Multimedia Centre'. For information about becoming a member of the forum, see the web site.

Women in Ministry Online
To join, send email to In the body of the message, type: subscribe

Worship That Works
A service offered by the Evangelism Office of the US Episcopal Church, this is a read-only list with sermons and related sermon notes distributed in advance of use dates, but not always in chronological sequence. These materials are published for preachers and congregations, offering yet another way to experience the rainbow of diversity that is the Episcopal Church and the worldwide Anglican Communion. To join, send email to In the body of the message, type: subscribe

For Anglican youth and young adults. To join, send email to In the body of the message, type: sub YANEL your name.

Youth Ministry
A list which mirrors the discussion in the Usenet newsgroup soc.christian.youth-work, about ministry to young people. To join, send email to In the body of the message, type: subscribe your email address.

Chat Rooms and IRC (Internet Relay Chat)

Chat rooms enable you to write and read posts with others on the Web on line at the same time you are. IRC (Internet Relay Chat) works in a similar manner but with its own interface rather than through the World Wide Web. There are a variety of Anglican-Episcopal chat rooms (and Christian chat rooms) on the Web. We've listed the ones that we know about that might interest you. If you know of others we've missed, email

[NOTE: As of January 2011, we're not aware of any active Anglican-Episcopal chat rooms on the web. Let us know if you come upon any.]

Anglicans on IRC
An outgrowth of St Sam's Cyberparish, it still maintains an explanation of IRC and how you do it. But the new, larger, group also has a place to begin. Anglicans interested in Anglicanism and related issues of the communion are welcome.


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