Donations and Appeals

Anglican Mainstream (AM) is a registered charity dedicated to supporting bible-based, orthodox Anglicanism, through research, information sharing, and consultancy. The AM website (and associated Facebook page) assists analysis of key issues in contemporary culture and church by posting a daily stream of excerpts of articles and videos from around the world. AM is independent, and supported by generous donations from individuals and churches.


Every day five hundred people around the world consult the Anglican Mainstream website as a unique source of news from across the Anglican Communion. We cover stories that are real and vital news, often items which others would rather conceal. We also offer analysis on our blog in which we delve deeper to uncover the truth about many current issues.

It costs us an annual budget of £13,000 a year to support our four excellent colleagues who work (part-time) on various aspects of maintaining the site and its content and circulating a monthly report to our network. Generous regular personal and church donors helped us last year with £9,560. This leaves us with a shortfall of £3440. We are hoping you might help. 100 people contributing £34.40 each would cover the shortfall.


Other ways of giving to Anglican Mainstream:

  • By bank transfer to Anglican Mainstream, 08-92-99, 65878837 (Please contact us if you would like a receipt, or to specify your donation.)
  • By setting up a Standing Order regular payment – either online or download this form and send it to your bank.
  • Through Stewardship Online / (click here )
  • By sending a cheque, payable to Anglican Mainstream, to 21 High Street, Eynsham, OX29 4HE.

* Anglican Mainstream is a Charity (number 1111739) and tax can be reclaimed on eligible donations. A Gift Aid form can be found here if this is relevant to you.


Anglican Mainstream’s Christmas Appeal 2021: Support for suffering Christians in Myanmar.
In the aftermath of the brutal military coup, the economy in Myanmar has collapsed. The majority are experiencing hardship. Christians, often members of minority ethnic groups, face harassment and  oppression. But the Anglican Church is standing firm and continues a ministry of hope in the gospel and in practical care. All donations received will go to support needy students and staff at the leading ministry training centre, Holy Cross Theological College, Yangon. Please give using the details above, and specify your donation ‘Myanmar Appeal’.


Thank you for your help – we appreciate the support and prayer of all our donors.