Are you a survivor of church abuse?
People often think of church abuse as sexual abuse, but it covers a variety of bad behaviors, ranging from exclusion of the differently abled, to sexism, to ageism, to sexual harassment, bullying, to financial abuse and more. Indeed, church abuse is but one part of a wide array of bad behavior designed to injure, intimidate, and control.
If so, Anglican Watch would love to here from you. We may be able to write about your experiences, or we welcome guest bloggers. For many, it is an act of power and reclamation to be able to tell the world about their experiences.
And anything you share with us is treated with the utmost confidentiality. We will only publish what you want, when you want. Or not publish at all. It’s your choice.
We’re not mental health professionals, but we understand the value of listening and caring.
And while we emphasize churches and organizations in the Anglican/Episcopal traditions, you can be from any faith background, including non-Christian traditions.
Feel free to use our contact form to get in touch. Or call us any time—if you leave a reasonable message, we’ll get back to you as quickly as possible.
Remember: You’re not alone. We care.