The Many Magi Fundraiser (& Matching Grant)

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Today we announce The Many Magi Fundraiser, an annual effort inspired by the gifts of the magi, and culminating on the feast of the Epiphany (January 6th). This year we are particularly glad to share that we have received a matching grant of up to $12,000, so that all new Patreon donations will be doubled.

The Magi and Anglican Compass

The Magi are a perfect inspiration for Anglican Compass. They came to Jesus from the ends of the earth, bowed down in true worship, and gave gifts to show that Jesus was the Christ. Likewise, the Anglican Compass community covers the whole earth; serves Jesus with a true faith, and uses generosity to point to Christ.

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We now need Many Magi to join in this effort, in order to advance our work as digital missionaries of Christ in the Anglican way. Would you please consider giving on Patreon?

The Missionary Work of Anglican Compass

Our work is bearing fruit. In November, we had our most trafficked month in our history, at 96,000 views. And December is on track to well exceed November. This makes Anglican Compass the largest Anglican website of its kind.

But Anglican Compass is not only about big statistics and breadth of reach. Our work is also a missionary effort to individuals, answering questions and equipping readers in their own ministries.

In our True North series, we’ve highlighted church planters and foreign missionaries, teachers and deacons, rookie anglicans and priests, professors and seo professionalspodcast hosts, artists, and multiple authors, all giving powerful testimony to the deep value of Anglican Compass to their own faith and ministry. And we have many more such stories in the works!

A Growing Library of Author Zooms

We’ve also established a new format, Author Zooms, offering conversations with notable authors on important topics. The full video recordings of these sessions are available to Patreon supporters.

  • David Roseberry, On Writing
  • Winfield Bevins, On Liturgical Mission
  • Geoff Little, On the Sunday Lectionary
  • Ashley Tumlin Wallace, On The Liturgical Home
  • Duane Miller and Ed Smither, On Missions and Christian-Muslim Relations
  • Alex Wilgus, On Podcasting and the New Generation of Anglicans
  • Ben Jefferies, On the Design of the 2019 Prayer Book

We are looking forward to hosting more Author Zooms in the new year!

Many Magi for a Managing Editor

Why are we seeking funds with our Many Magi Fundraiser? Put simply, we need full-time staff, beginning with a managing editor. We serve more than 10,000 unique visitors each week, as a digital front porch for Anglicanism worldwide. To continue and advance in this ministry, we need your prayer and your support.

Would you join our group of Magi, in gathering from around the world and giving generously to point to Jesus as the Christ? Thank you for considering our Many Magi Fundraiser, by making a (matched!) donation on Patreon. And all glory be to God!

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December 23, 2022

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