The National Episcopal Historians & Archivists (NEHA) encourage
every diocese, congregation, and organization in the Episcopal Church
to collect, preserve, and organize its records and to share its history.
Begun in 1961 as an outgrowth of the Church Historical Society, NEHA seeks to answer the needs of church officials and leaders who know attention should be given to nurturing congregational, diocesan, and institutional historians, registrars and archivists.
NEHA encourages every congregation, diocese, and organization in the Episcopal Church
to collect, preserve and organize its records and share its history.
The Rt. Rev. Jackson Kemper, First Missionary Bishop
of the Episcopal Church
Thank you to NEHA members who support this work. Not a NEHA member? Join today! Individuals, congregations, dioceses and entities can all become members of NEHA. Visit the membership page to find out how.
Often how you keep it is as
important as what you keep.
• Publications (print and electronic media) including an eNews Clearinghouse for upcoming events and research requests.
• Annual conferences and networking opportunities.
• Training workshops and classes.
• Awards recognizing accomplishments in the field.
• Website for a variety of resources.