2020 Convention Vendors

Bexley Seabury Seminary

As an Episcopal center for learning and discipleship at the crossroads of the nation, Bexley Seabury forms lay and clergy leaders to proclaim God’s mission in the world, creating new networks of Christian formation, entrepreneurial leadership and bold inquiry in the service of the Gospel. Learn more.

Contact: Lynn Bowers

Cathedral Book Store

A ministry of The Cathedral of St. Philip in the Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta, the Cathedral Book Store sells books, gifts, church supplies and religious items, shipping to all U.S. states. Learn more and shop online.

Discount: Spend $20 on the website and receive 25% off from October 1 – November 15. Use code: CONV25

Contact: Jim Myrick

Forward Movement

Best known for Forward Day by Day, a daily devotion providing meditations on scripture readings, Forward Movement continues to build on its history of encouraging discipleship and evangelism. Forward Movement offers books and ebooks for small groups, individual study, and prayer, Christian formation courses, leadership events, Spanish and bilingual resources, pamphlets, downloadable resources, a daily podcast, apps for your smartphones or tablets, and online engagement opportunities. Learn more and shop online.

Discount: 10% off a single order per customer (cannot be used for subscriptions to Forward Day by Day) from October 1 – November 15. Use code: DIOINDY10

Contact: Jason Merritt

green lime arts

Margaret Lois Jansen at green lime arts offers original and hand-crafted cards, prints, and gifts to support the care of relationships and spiritual practice. Learn more and shop online.

Discount: 15% off purchases from October 1 – November 15 (U.S. shipping and taxes included). Use code: EP-15 (case sensitive)

Contact: Margaret Lois Jansen

Highfield & Associates, Ameriprise Financial Services

Highfield and Associates is a private wealth advisory practice of Ameriprise Financial Services, LLC. Services for the first year of advice for certain clergy and others is covered by the Lilly grant through the Pathways to Vitality program. Learn more.

Contact: Lisa Brown

Neptune Cremation Society

Neptune Society is the largest provider of affordable cremation services in the nation. Thanks to the loyal support of generations of families, it has grown to 45 locations nationwide with continued expansion in the future. Over the past 47+ years, Neptune’s experienced team has assisted families, their loved ones, and caregivers in carrying out final wishes more affordably, with dignity and respect. Learn more.

Contact: Mike Neff

Sewanee School of Theology

The School of Theology’s seminary is committed to excellence in forming faithful and effective clergy and lay leaders for the Church. The seminary equips “those who equip the saints” with the tools and skills necessary to live, preach and teach. Watch a brief video about Sewanee and visit the website to learn more.

Contact: Bess Turner

Seminary of the Southwest

Seminary of the Southwest forms men and women for the service of Christ in lay or ordained ministry within the church and the larger society. Learn more.

Contact: Hope Benko

Tree of Life Imports

Tree of Life Imports was founded in 1989 during El Salvador’s civil war as a means to bring the art of La Palma to the American market. Since then, it has focused attention on several Latin American communities to help provide equal opportunity for all to work, including women and the rural poor. All products are handmade by artisans in El Salvador, Guatemala, and Mexico. Tree of Life Imports is committed to fair trade and economic justice, paying a fair price that has allowed producers to greatly increase their standard of living. Learn more and shop online.

Discount and code information coming soon.

Contact: Thomas Hocker

Union of Black Episcopalians (UBE) – Diocese of Indianapolis Chapter

The mission of the Union of Black Episcopalians (UBE) for the 21st century is to unite the diverse cultures, concerns and gifts of Black Episcopalians by providing preparation and encouragement for living the Baptismal Covenant and fully participating in the mission and governance of The Episcopal Church. Learn more and inquire about becoming a member of the Diocese of Indianapolis Chapter.

Contact: Lara Dreyer

Unique Baskets by BF

As part of P.E.O. International (Chapter BF Indiana), Unique Baskets by BF sells handmade baskets for a variety of occasions. Learn more and shop online.

Discount: 25% off any basket from October 1 – November 15. Use code: INDIO

Contact: Mary Mordue


Conveniently located in scenic Brown County, Waycross is a year round retreat center hosting meetings and events for both adults and youth. Waycross is a vital ministry of the Episcopal Diocese of Indianapolis. Since 1957 Waycross has offered a residential Christian based summer camp. Learn more.

Contact: Jenifer Oliphant

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