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  We hear frequently from people who want us to convey a message to the Anglican Church, or to all the world's Anglicans.

Some time ago, Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, Paul, and various others wrote something that was intended to be a message to all the world's Anglicans (and other people too). Most Anglicans are reminded every Sunday that they should go read those messages, but not all of them do. It's quite hard to get a message to every Anglican; people have been trying to do it for many centuries.

One interpretation of what it would mean to send a message to the Anglican Church is to send a message to all of its bishops. Louie Crew maintains a web page of addresses of U.S. bishops. We do not know of any similar resource for bishops of other countries.

The web pages of each national church and province of the Anglican Communion has on it a "how to contact us" link. Click here for Australia, Canada, England, Ireland, Japan, Korea, New Zealand, Southern Africa, United States, and Wales. See our "finding official pages" section for others.

If you would like to say something to the people who operate this web site (the one that you are now reading), see our "how to contact us" section (a sub category of "About this web site")