Lucy the EpiscoBull! Lucy is a beautiful pit bull doggy belonging to a member of our staff here. We couldn’t resist sharing this shot of her in her Episcopal Dog Collar!
Over the last few weeks, as we’ve transitioned the majority of our ground shipping to FedEx ground, we’ve gotten a number of complaints about cost especially for destinations further away from our headquarters here in Atlanta. We want to apologize for these issues and let everyone know we are working on a solution that will work.
The number one complaint we are seeing is that we do not offer USPS as a shipping method. We have heard you all, and are working on ways of making USPS available. There are a number of technical issues with the United States Postal Service that currently keep our store from obtaining real-time shipping rates for the US postal service, this above all is why we do not currently offer it. We also have maintained one main shipper because it saves us on costs, important for a non-profit like ours to keep in mind, and helps our fulfillment services for Episcopal Relief & Development, United Thank Offerring, and Episcopal Church signs operate more smoothly and efficiently.
In the meantime, as we work to figure this out, if you are located in Alaska, Hawaii or another far flung destination and are experiencing prohibitive shipping costs please give us a call at 1-866-937-2772.
Thank you, and thank you for the opportunity to serve our Episcopal Church community!
Here Am I: Send Me: The Story of Jonathan Daniels
In this award winning documentary we explore the life of a modern Christian martyr who gave his life bravely defending a young woman in Alabama during the civil rights era.
This is the story of a young Episcopalian priest who heard the call to serve in one of the most dangerous social upheavals in American history, and gave his life for it.
For more information read more on him here:
Episcopal Shield and Episcopal Church stickers are here! Static Clings too!
Action shots from General Convention! Skip and Thomas make appearances in a few, perhaps you can find them.
Our New Orleans based friend, Caroline (@Conductor222), knows I have long ties to that fine city. I spent some time there after Katrina, and my sister worked closely with her church, St. Paul’s in Lakeview, in her role with the Episcopal Diocese of Louisiana just a few years ago. Today Caroline sent us among the most wonderful gifts you can receive, Chicory Coffee from Cafe Du Monde and some Last Supper Dinner Mints!
A big thank you to her for this phenomenal gift!