Anglicans Online, the site that began the process which created the constellation of Anglican websites is looking for some help.
From their front page:
“For the first time in 11 years, we’re taking the cry of the Bereans as our own: Come over and help us! We could use some assistance. We welcome people who might like to be a part of this venerable website, one of the oldest on the web and perhaps the best known in the Anglican Communion.
This page will give you a bit of an idea of what it means to be a part of the Anglicans Online staff. We trust that will be helpful and not intimidating. Have a look — and see if you see yourself there. (Or here.)
For the entire 11 years of our time with AO, there’s never been a paid advert anywhere on this site. We are a part of no official organization in the Anglican Communion. We don’t apply for grants or gifts from Anglican bodies. (Instead, we adopt the quirky technique of having irregular and infrequent appeals for donations from our readers.) We offer Anglicans Online as our weekly labour of heart, soul, and mind, for the good of our beloved if somewhat broken Anglican Communion. We have no plans to do otherwise. We’d simply like a few other good souls to labour on with us.”
Read the rest here.
Maybe you’ve been looking for a way to get involved?