This fall Episcopal Peace Fellowship celebrates its 75th year of waging the gospel of peace. All are invited to Virginia Theological Seminary as we reflect on our rich past of striving for justice and working for peace, highlight EPF’s current endeavors and look toward the future as we Read More →
Sept. 4th is the Feast Day of Bishop Paul Jones, founder of the Episcopal Peace Fellowship. In April 1918, the House of Bishops tried to silence a prominent Episcopal voice against World War I, Bishop Paul Jones. Jones, serving then-Missionary District of Utah, was forced to resign his post Read More →
Lord, you give us the unwavering call to do justice. You tell us to defend the cause of the fatherless and the widow. To love the foreigner residing among us. To provide for the hungry, thirsty, and naked. To love our enemy.
But Lord, it is overwhelming. Do you not know that we are only human?
May your Spirit fill us with hope. Remind us that we are good enough for you, so that in all things, we will follow your will, and take up the call to do justice, to love mercy, and to walk humbly with you.
—Erica VanEssendelft, Office of Social Justice, Christian Reformed Church ... See MoreSee Less