Anglican Journal launches digital magazine ‘Epiphanies’

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Anglicans looking for in-depth stories and diverse perspectives on complex subjects have a new place to look: Epiphanies, a digital magazine produced by the Anglican Journal team.

The summer issue of Epiphanies, published August 12, focuses on crisis within creation. This first issue offers in-depth reporting on the theology of bees, church greening, climate change in the North and food security in Newfoundland and Labrador. It also features reflections by Primate Linda Nicholls, National Indigenous Anglican Archbishop Mark MacDonald, and the Rev. Vivian Seegers.

Stories are available as web content and as individual PDFs. The entire issue is also available as a single PDF.

“This first issue is an experiment for us and is new ground,” says Matthew Townsend, supervisor, editorial, of the Anglican Journal and Epiphanies. “We’re still adding new functions and features—but in the meantime, I look forward to hearing any and all feedback about the publication.”

To share comments about Epiphanies, email Townsend at mtownsend@national.anglican.ca.

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Matthew Townsend
Matthew Townsend has worked in editorial, journalistic, and web development roles with a variety of organizations, including the The Living Church, the Episcopal Diocese of Rochester, NY, and the Episcopal Diocese of Central Florida. He is a member of Episcopal Communicators and has consulted with a variety of ecumenical organizations, including Atlantic School of Theology, the Presbyterian Endowment Network, and the Associated Church Press.

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