Category Archives: Young Adults

For Immediate Release: Episcopal Peace Fellowship young adults take the Gospel to the Streets in three cities during March

Episcopal Peace Fellowship News Release Episcopal Peace Fellowship young adults take the Gospel to the Streets in three cities during March contact – Bob Kinney – [email protected]   Ithaca, New York – Episcopal Peace Fellowship (EPF) young adults will take the Gospel to the Streets in New York City, Austin and Santa Paula, California during…

A New Year’s Wishlist from the Episcopal Peace Fellowship

1) Technical volunteer to help with an APP.   2) Database expert to assist Shannon with Member Services data development.   3) $$ gift to support Website revisions… or a genius to help!   4) EPFers, here are new and revitalizing Action Groups that need you: Care for Creation Nuclear Abolition Womens Issues /Domestic Violence Iran Contemplative…

EPF’s Palestine Israel Network Sponsors Two at Sabeel’s Global Young Adult Festival headquartered in Bethlehem

   Spencer Cantrell and Anna Petrie joined 150 other young adults from 38 countries and 11 time zones, to participate in Sabeel’s Global Young Adult Festival: Aiming for Miracles Through Creative Activism – Moving Mountains, Reshaping the World – A Celebration of Environmental Sustainability, Economic Justice, Human Rights and Community. Spencer & Anna were sponsored by…

Multi-faith Young Adult Nonviolence Internship Program

June 3 – July 7, 2013 Are you passionate about social justice? Interested in activism? Curious about other religious traditions? Muslim, Jewish or Christian? Ready to get your hands dirty – literally? Apply now to spend your summer with the Community of Living Traditions at the Stony Point Center. Join other young adults for eight…

April 4-11, 2011 – Converge on Washington, DC! SOA Watch Days of Action

From: Gabriella Uassouf <[email protected]> To: [email protected] April 4-11, 2011 – Converge on Washington, DC! SOA Watch Days of Action Bringing the Resistance to the Heart of the Empire Dear Jacqueline, April is coming, and with it a new opportunity to come together united against militarism and for a culture of peace with justice. Our April…

Pilgrimage Report: Martyrs of Alabama remind us of living a loving courage

By the Rev. Allison Liles HAYNEVILLE, AL – “O God, look with compassion on the whole human family; take away the arrogance and hatred which infect our hearts; break down the walls that separate us; unite us in bonds of love; and work through struggle and confusion to accomplish your purposes on earth; that all nations…

A Reflection: Fourth Annual Urban Pilgrimage for Peace, Stations of the Cross

By Christina Manweller Walking toward the fourth station, St. Francis Center, stepping over Marlboro packs and vodka bottles, on this wind-swept Good Friday morning, I’m aware of how easily our “pilgrimage” could be seen as a thing wholly undesirable:  well-fed women and men venturing out to observe the hungry, the least fortunate.  We’re here with…

The Brain Trust Announces Urban Pilgrimage 2011

By the Rev. Valerie Bailey Fischer Want to change the world but need a place to discern this desire and call? The Urban Pilgrimage offers college students and young adults a place to explore and discern this vocation. The pilgrimage sites put college students and young adults in direct contact with career social justice advocates…

EPF Urban Pilgrimage Fundraising Letter

Dear Thank you for your interest in the Urban Pilgrimage 2011. Urban Pilgrimage 2011 is the Episcopal Peace Fellowship’s new creative learning and leadership development experience for tomorrow’s peacemakers. Homelessness, immigration and hunger are among many complex and often hidden problems that affect many urban and rural communities. As part of the pilgrimage experience, students…

EPF Young Adults

Join this group and be in touch with other young adults who care about Peace and Justice and are doing something about it. Conveners: Valerie Bailey Fischer or Jessie Smith Find out about the Young Adult Urban Pilgrimages What about Young Adult General Convention Presence?