Sustaining Member Program
The IAF Sustaining Member Program began in 2012 as a tool to formally recognize those churches and individuals that support the Fellowship on a recurring basis. For example, if one of the line items in a church budget contains a donation to the IAF, that church is eligible to become a Sustaining Member. Similarly, individuals or families who desire to provide support on a regular basis are recognized as Sustaining Members.
This program helps to give the IAF Board of Directors an idea of how to plan distribution of donated funds for TAC missionary projects and to target those projects that are most in need. As a token of appreciation, Sustaining Members are presented with a wall plaque, a tangible example of commitment and caring.
The following churches and individuals have become Sustaining Members since October 25, 2016. Many thanks for your active participation in support of the IAF missionary projects.
Anglican Church in America (ACA)
Fr. Merrill Perkins
- Trinity Anglican Church, White River Junction, VT
- Anglican Church of the Good Shepherd, Charlestown, NH
- St. Margaret of Scotland, Conway, NH
- Trinity Anglican Church, Rochester, NH
- St. Luke’s Anglican Church, Amherst, NH
- St. Elizabeth’s, Tuxedo, NY
- Holy Redeemer Church, Canandaigua, NY
- St. Nicholas Anglican Church, West Seneca, NY
- Saint Matthias Anglican Church, Mystic, CT
- St. Paul’s Church, Portland, ME
- St. Thomas Anglican Church, Ellsworth, ME
- Family, South Strafford, VT
- Family, Scarborough, ME
- Family, Brewer, ME
- Family, Middletown, CT
- Family, Alstead, NH
- Individual, Belchertown, MA
- Individual, Peterborough, NH
- Individual, Canandaigua, NY
- Individual, Ivoryton, CT
- Individual, Nashua, NH
- Individual, Buffalo, NY
Anglican Catholic Church of Canada (ACCC)
Father Glenn Galenkamp
Canon Doug Nicholson
- Cathedral Church of St. John the Evangelist, Victoria, British Columbia
- All Saints’ Traditional Anglican Church, Calgary, Alberta
- Church of the Resurrection, Edmonton, Alberta
- Parish of St. Barnabas, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan
- Individual, Abbotsford, British Columbia
Anglican Church in Southern Africa (ACSA)
- St. Andrews, Johannesburg, SA
Traditional Anglican Church in Britain (TACB)
- Saint Cuthbert’s Church, Burghill, Herefordshire, England
- Individual, Chulmleigh, Devon England
- Epiphany, Phoenix, AZ
The IAF Steward Program has been established as a management tool and communication link between the Board of Directors (specifically, the Executive Director) and members of various TAC churches and organizations. Eventually we hope to have a Steward in each diocese. Working with the IAF Executive Director, Stewards (who are volunteers) will assist the Board by maintaining contact with and funnelling IAF related information to the churches and individuals in their home dioceses. This will include distribution of newsletters, collection of donated funds, and information concerning the IAF mission and planning goals. They will also field questions regarding IAF operations and will help identify candidates for the Sustaining Member Program. These are the volunteers who are currently IAF Stewards.
Darlene is a member of All Saints Church in Fountain Valley, CA and a steward for the Diocese of the West, ACA.
Jenny Gill is the Steward for the Anglican Church in South Africa.
Sarah Albert is the Steward for the Diocese of the Missouri Valley, ACA.
The Rev. Merrill Perkins is Steward for the Diocese of the Northeast, ACA.
Diocese of the Eastern United States, ACA
The Rev. Glenn Glenn Galenkamp is Steward for the IAF in the Anglican Catholic Church of Canada Diocese of Canada West. He has assisted the IAF since 2013 in his role as typesetter for the “What in the World?” newsletters. He has travelled to Lusaka, Zambia to see first hand the contributions of the IAF being put to good use in the work of the local church. He can be reached by sending him an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Diocese of Canada East, ACCC
Traditional Anglican Church in Britain
Interested in becoming active in the IAF Steward Program?
Contact Erv Lischke by phone at 406-642-3085 or by email.