Project Canterbury (sometimes abbreviated as PC) is an online archive of material related to the history of Anglicanism. It was founded by Richard Mammana, Jr. in 1999 with a grant from Episcopal Church Presiding Bishop Frank T. Griswold,[1] and is hosted by the non-profit Society of Archbishop Justus.[2] The episcopal patron of the site is Terry Brown, retired bishop of Malaita in the Church of the Province of Melanesia; Geoffrey Rowell Bishop of Gibraltar in Europe had served in this capacity from 1999 until his death.[3] Volunteer transcribers prepare material for the site, which incorporates modern scholarly material, primary source texts, photographic images and engravings.[2]



Since 2018, Project Canterbury is also an imprint of Anglican historical material in printed formats.


  • Our Aunt: Low Church Observations of American Anglo-Catholicism (New Haven, 2018) ISBN 9781688797741
  • Moravians and Anglicans: Ecumenical Sources (Resica Falls, Pennsylvania, 2021) ISBN 9798406196007
  • Intercommunion between the Episcopal Church and the Polish National Catholic Church: An Introduction and Sourcebook (Resica Falls, Pennsylvania, 2022) ISBN 9798402891548


  1. ^ "About Project Canterbury". Project Canterbury. Retrieved 15 October 2017.
  2. ^ a b Brown, Terry M. (2013). "Pacific Anglicanism: Online Bibliographical Resources" (PDF). The Contemporary Pacific. 25 (2): 341–348. doi:10.1353/cp.2013.0032. hdl:10125/33582. S2CID 162236405.
  3. ^ "Advisory Board". Project Canterbury. Retrieved 15 October 2017.