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New website, new blog location

Thanks for following EWHP over here on our standalone WordPress blog! This has been a handy tool during our transition to a new web design, but we won’t be updating here any longer. For the latest information on the Episcopal Women’s History Project, follow us at That’s where you’ll find our website and also […]

Timelines postponed–Superstorm Sandy edition

Just a quick post today to note that our November Timelines newsletter must be delayed by a week or so…we’re still dealing with the effects of Sandy here in the Northeast and it’ll take us a bit of time to catch up. Do you know of any EWHP sisters whose lives, churches or ministries were […]

Online Theological Resources – FREE for Seminary Alumni

Did you know that many theological schools offer FREE access to ATLASerials® (ATLAS®), one of the most incredible electronic resources for theological research? This online collection of major religion and theology journals, selected by leading religion scholars and theologians, is available to graduates of participating theological schools, including the General Theological Seminary. If you are […]

Pattie Buford’s Missionary Work, an EWHP Timelines Profile

Each month, EWHP’s Timelines will feature short profiles of women in the Episcopal Church whose stories – while important, interesting and inspiring – have been lost, forgotten, minimized or never told at all. Meet Martha “Pattie” Hicks Buford, a churchwoman in southern Virginia, in the September Timelines.  For the EWHP Archives Worth E. Norman, Jr. […]

A word about conferences

We love history, and it’s great fun to spend time learning from others who love Episcopal history, too. There’s no better way to do this than to attend an Episcopal history conference! The EWHP Project page can tell you about our past conferences, the most recent of which was at Seneca Falls in October 2011. This […]

Historical Society of the Episcopal Church board elects two new members

Congratulations to the two newest board members of the Historical Society of the Episcopal Church! From the article: “Luisa Elena Bonillas, adjunct professor in the department of social science at Mesa Community College, Arizona, and the Rev. Robyn M. Neville, assistant professor of ecclesiastical history at the General Theological Seminary in New York, have been […]