The Consultation is an umbrella organization that gathers a number of Episcopal groups that support a progressive agenda, including gay ordination.
The Oasis is a support ministry for gay Episcopalians. It has chapters in the dioceses of California, Missouri, Newark, Michigan, Rochester and New Jersey. Contact information can be found on each chapter’s website.
Integrity USA is a nonprofit organization and the major national network of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered Episcopalians and supports gay ordination. It is a leading grass-roots voice for the full inclusion of LGBT people in the Episcopal Church and equal access to its rites. Contact operations manager David Cupps.
Stand Firm stands for “traditional Anglicanism in America” and tracks discussion and media coverage over religious debates including sexuality.
The Anglican Church in North America was initiated in June 2008 and formally recognized in April 2009 in response to what many in the denomination saw as the liberalizing and moving away from Scripture of Episcopal and Anglican churches in America and Canada. Members of the media should request Matthew Swab when calling for information.
The American Anglican Council was founded in 1996 to call the Episcopal Church back to the apostolic faith, according AAC president and CEO the Rt. Rev. David C. Anderson. The AAC was a founding member of the Anglican Church in North America in 2009. Contact through communications officer Robert Lundy.
The National Council of the Churches of Christ in the USA is an umbrella organization of Protestant, Anglican, Orthodox, historic African American and Living Peace denominations. The NCCC frequently files amicus briefs in religious and civil liberties cases. Philip E. Jenks is press contact.