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Bishops' Annual Appeal

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Your generous, joyful giving to the Bishops' Annual Appeal is essential to the success of vital, strategic ministries through which Episcopalians in eastern Massachusetts are innovating with God. Learn more.

The Allston Abbey Campaign in Honor of Bishop Alan M. Gates

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The Allston Abbey is a collaborative mission for learning, worship and ministry sponsored by the Diocese of Massachusetts. Located on the campus of the former Church of St. Luke and St. Margaret in Boston's Allston neighborhood, Allston Abbey envisions a fresh, collaborative model of church where different ministries work together to embody the Good News of Jesus through authentic and mutual relationships with all of their neighbors.

The Allston Abbey supports four ministry streams:

  • Anglican Episcopal Community of Learning at Boston University: A collaboration to form a community of students, faculty and staff dedicated to nurturing and preparing Episcopalians and Anglicans for future leadership and service in and through the church
  • QTPOC Church: An experiment in gathering and nurturing Christian community among queer and trans people of color (QTPOC) in Greater Boston to seek ever-greater liberation in Jesus Christ
  • CRECHE/Emmanuel House: A six-person residential intentional Christian community, part of the Charles River Episcopal Co-Housing Endeavor (CRECHE) and affiliated with Emmanuel Church, Boston
  • Episcopal Community of ├ôscar Romero: A new church plant focused on the multicultural Allston neighborhood

Learn more at  This project is important to Bishop Gates and, in his honor as he prepares to retire, we look forward to raising the funds to complete it. 

To contribute online:  Click the green "Donate Now" button above and select "Bishop Gates: The Allston Abbey Campaign" in the designation drop-down menu. 

Green Grants and Loan Funds in Memory of The Rt. Rev. Roy F. "Bud" Cederholm Jr.

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To make a donation in memory of and gratitude for Bishop Bud Cederholm, his ministry and servant leadership among us as our bishop suffragan from 2001 to 2011, and his advocacy for environmental stewardship and creation care justice:

Click the green "Donate Now" button above and select "Bishop Bud: Green Grants and Loan Funds" in the designation drop-down menu. 

By mail to:
Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts, Green Grants and Loan Funds, 138 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02111

Bishop Gayle E. Harris Fund for Leadership Development for Women of Color

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In honor of her retirement in 2023 after 20 years of faithful service as bishop suffragan, the Diocese of Massachusetts has established the Bishop Gayle E. Harris Fund for Leadership Development for Women of Color.

This fund in her honor will provide financial support for women of color in the Diocese of Massachusetts to participate in trainings, workshops or other formation programs fostering the development of leadership skills. It will be available to those furthering their gifts as lay leaders as well as persons preparing for ordained leadership.

To make a donation:

  • Online: Click the green "Donate Now" button above and select "Bishop Gayle Harris Leadership Fund" in the designation drop-down menu.
  • By mail to: Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts, The Bishop Gayle E. Harris Leadership Fund, 138 Tremont Street, Boston, MA 02111

Contact Us

For more information, please contact the Rev. Brian Raiche, Development Consultant, at or 617-482-4826, ext. 515.