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Welcome to the Home Page of the Historical Society of the Episcopal Church, dedicated to preserving and disseminating information about the history of the Episcopal Church in the United States.

Bruton-Rockefeller Resident Scholar Program

The program invites the Resident Scholar to become part of the ongoing educational life of the parish by offering courses of study during his or her visit. More.

About the HSEC

Founded in 1910 in Philadelphia, the Historical Society of the Episcopal Church furthers understanding of church history through research, conferences, archival preservation programs, and publication. The Society is a voluntary organization for people who are engaged in researching and preserving church history and for those who enjoy reading that history. The Society serves the Episcopal Church by adding historical perspective to contemporary discussions of theological significance. More

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