Archy, the King's jester, is a native of Scotland, or of Cumberland. Having first distinguishing himself as a sheep-stealer; he entered the service of James VI, with whom he is a favorite. He is the author of A Banquet of Jests: A change of Cheare, and many a comedy or satire appearing here.
Brandon is your typical pseudo-intellectual who knows more than he should and less than he thinks. An Anglican Seminarian, known for his assertions of the Catholicity of the Reformation and his abiding love for the oddest bits of Church History. He hopes to one day serve the ACNA in an ecumenical capacity. Pray for him, a sinner.
Lue-Yee Tsang, a graduate of the University of California, studies religion at Duke University. As a second-generation Chinese exile in America, he is particularly interested in the future of the Church in China and hopes some day to see a Chinese Tallis. Lue-Yee also writes at Cogito, Credo, Petam.
Fr. Eric is the Rector of St. Paul's Anglican Church in Lexington, VA. A native of southern Mississippi, he holds an M.A. in Theology from Reformed Theological Seminary and a Ph.D. in Religion from McGill University. He has co-authored a book on Nicholas of Cusa and authored various academic and online articles. He is married to Aubrey and they have two children with one on the way.
Fr. Alexander Wilgus is the assistant pastor at Redeemer Anglican Church in Chicago. He is resident in the Diocese of the Upper Midwest and the Society of Saint Paul the Evangelist. He is creator of the Word & Table podcast and is married to Lauren and Father to two boys: Owen and Bryan.
Joseph Laughon is layman in the Anglican Church of North America and worships with his wife at All Saints Anglican in Long Beach, California. He is a history graduate from Concordia University, Irvine and is a member of the American region of the Society of King Charles the Martyr. He is also a contributor to The Hipster Conservative and his own blog at Musings On The Right.
Fr. Matthew lives in Fitchburg, Massachusetts, with his wife, cat, and two lads, and has been the Vicar of a tiny church plant in Massachusetts since 2014, after completing his M.Div. at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in 2012 and receiving Holy Orders in the Anglican Diocese in New England (ACNA) thereafter. Matthew is an enthusiast for preaching the Old Testament, Anglican liturgy, and Doctor Who. He keeps a pastoral blog, leorningcnihtes boc, and is currently writing and maintaining The Saint Aelfric Customary and blog. https://leorningcniht.wordpress.com/ https://saint-aelfric-customary.org/
The Rev. Steven McCarthy is the Rector of Christ Church Anglican South Bend. He is a native of Lansing, MI, and was a pastor in the Reformed Presbyterian Church before joining the Anglican Diocese of the Living Word.
Andrew Brashier serves on Prison Fellowship’s public policy team as the senior legislative strategist. He encourages lawmakers to model legislation on the biblical values of justice, equity, mercy, and restoration. He educates pastors on prison ministry and how the legal system impacts their congregations and the community. Additionally, he volunteers as chancellor for the ACNA Jurisdiction of Armed Forces and Chaplaincy as is the vicar of Anglican Church of the Good Shepherd in Pelham, Alabama. He blogs about family oratories and the impact they can have in reigniting Anglicanism at thruamirrordarkly.wordpress.com
Fr. Isaac is the Canon for liturgy in the Anglican Diocese of the West (CANA, Church of Nigeria), and the Rector of All Saints Anglican Church in San Antonio, Texas, where he lives with his wife, Heather, and daughters, Leah and Victoria. A bi-vocational priest, he works as a residential real estate appraiser and dabbles in various forms of music. Fr. Isaac earned his BA from the University of Texas at San Antonio, his Master of Christian Ministry from Wayland Baptist University, and is currently pursuing an additional Master’s degree at Cranmer Theological House.
Robert is the Editor-at-Large of The North American Anglican. He is also a warden and church planter at Christ Church Anglican South Bend. In his spare time he likes fixing old espresso machines and cars from the 90s.