Remember to Sign the Petition!

February 8, 2007

Just a reminder to read my Open Letter to the Archbishop of Canterbury and Sign the Petition!

Just putting it here again so it stays at the top to catch your eye!

And a little update:  at about 7:30pm Central time US, we have 284 signatures.  84% are from the US; 9% are from the UK, 2% from Canada, and the rest from various other countries.

Thanks everybody for signing.  We are getting about 100 signatures a day, so when we cut off on Saturday I expect about 500 signatures, which was my goal!  Not bad for a spur-of-the-moment action campaign with no formal media contacts, no subscribed mailing list, and no base with which to get out the message!  Keep up the good work and let your friends know all about it!

j

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4 Responses to “Remember to Sign the Petition!”


  1. Jeff, is there a snail mail address? I’ve had problems with PayPal.

  2. Jeff Says:

    Hi Grandmere-

    Thanks for contributing to iPetition, but I don’t actually have anything to do with that.

    It is a free service, so contributions go to them to help them keep the petition service running (ipetition.com), and not to me.

    If you’d like to make a contribution towards equality for gays and lesbians in the Episcopal Church and the Anglican Communion, please go to integrityusa.org, and donate there. As a matter of fact, I need to put that up somewhere.

    Thanks!

    j


  3. OK, Jeff, I’ll do that.

  4. Steve Hearn Says:

    Jeff, wishing you every success in all you do this year and beyond, keep smiling, it’s the secret of the Gospel!


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