Jeremiah 1:18 – And I for my part have made you today a fortified city, an iron pillar, and a bronze wall, against the whole land—against the kings of Judah, its princes, its priests, and the people of the land. ————— Tuesday was... Read More →
Editor’s Note: This is the first reflection from seminarian Michael Kurth, EPF Young Adult Network Convener, while on a ten day pilgrimage to the Holy Land in March 2017. Michael is a Postulant in the Diocese of New York and currently attends Berkeley Divinity School at... Read More →
The National Executive Council of the Episcopal Peace Fellowship joined by the fellowship’s Palestine/Israel Network, is proud to stand in solidarity with Black Lives Matter Movement in unequivocal support of its ”Vision for Black Lives” issued on August 1. “The policy demands... Read More →
The Episcopal Peace Fellowship (EPF) heartily affirms President Barack Obama’s executive action to expand background checks for purchasers of weapons throughout our country. “President Obama’s heartfelt call to close important background check loopholes that have allowed... Read More →
JUNE 2 IS WEAR ORANGE DAY in honor of National Gun Violence Awareness Day. Please join Episcopal Peace Fellowship along with a large coalition of gun violence prevention groups - by wearing orange on this day.
The Wear Orange Campaign was inspired by friends of Hadiya Pendleton, a 15-year-old Chicago student killed by gunfire just days after dancing in President Obama's Inaugural Parade. Hadiya's friends decided to honor her life by wearing orange — the color hunters wear in the woods to protect themselves and others. The color orange has become the symbol of gun safety and of the value of human life.
By wearing orange on June 2, 2017, we are pledging to honor those Americans killed and injured by gun violence, help keep firearms out of dangerous hands, practice responsible gun ownership, and most importantly, promising to do our part to help end gun violence.