A forum for exchanging ideas, mutual support, and an archival and historical network for those who preserve, explore and share the historical dimensions of the Episcopal Church. An outgrowth of the Church Historical Society in 1961, it answers the needs of church leaders nurturing congregational, diocesan, and institutional historians, registrars and archivists.
Through our members, our purpose to collect, preserve, organize and share Episcopal history is accomplished. Not a member? Join today! Membership open to individuals, congregations, dioceses and entities and includes a subscription to the quarterly newsletter, The Historiographer, published jointly with the Historical Society of the Episcopal Church and the Church Women's History Project.