April 12, 2021
EPF joins call for immediate end to blockage of Yemen


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March 30, 2021
Perspective, from Diocese of Ohio, Trinity Cathedral EPF

PERSPECTIVE contains a selective listing of articles, research studies, videos, podcasts and other media that fall into Trinity Episcopal Peace Fellowship’s constellation of peace and justice interests. It is published twice monthly, generally mid-month and end of month.  The materials are culled from a variety of sites using push alerts set up in these areas, as well […]

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March 23, 2021
Statement on the Boulder mass shooting by EPF's Gun Violence Prevention Action Group

An American man has gone into a public place, this time a grocery store in Boulder, CO, and gunned down 10 people. This is not the first mass shooting of this young year. Nor is it the 10th. It is not even only the 100th, according to Gun Violence Archive. No one should be surprised that […]

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March 19, 2021
Peacebuilding Initiatives

Dear EPF supporter, Thank you for your dedication to EPF.  We have a lot of good work to do, and our ability to do it depends on your generosity and support.   With this appeal, we are inviting you to contribute $400 from COVID relief checks or other sources to a Peacebuilding Initiatives fund.  As this horrific COVID plague […]

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March 15, 2021
Summer Peacebuilding Institute: A great opportunity for EPF from a trusted partner in peace.

The Center for Justice & Peacebuilding of the Eastern Mennonite University Summer Peacebuilding Institute (SPI), due to the unknowns of the COVID-19 pandemic, will be online this year. Courses run (May 17 - June 18, 2021) For information, including courses, costs, and scholarship opportunities, click here. To apply, click here. Trauma Awareness ·       Sexual Harms: Changing the Narrative ·       Strategies for Trauma […]

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March 13, 2021
Respect the Dignity of Every Human Being: Changing Policing in America

Offered by Rev. Dr. Gayle Fisher-Stewart I’ve had to truly re-think what it means to be Black and Episcopal, particularly in these times of civil uprising, racial unrest, and falsehoods coming from the President of this country being accepted as truth. What is the role of the Church, the Episcopal Church in speaking out, advocating […]

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March 13, 2021
How to Abolish the Death Penalty, Ohio Edition

Important Tools to Abolish Ohio’s Death Penalty from Ohioans to Stop Executions (OTSE)                 Last week, two death penalty repeal bills were introduced in Ohio's legislature! Senators Nickie Antonio (D-23) and Stephen Huffman (R-5) formally introduced Senate Bill 103, and Representatives Jean Schmidt (R-65) and Adam Miller (D-17) introduced the House version - House Bill 183. We cannot get these […]

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March 2, 2021
EPF Statement on Recent U.S. Military Attacks in Syria

As people of faith, we regret the recent United States’ retaliatory aggression towards militant groups operating in Syria, using a “proportional response” approach that is not likely to yield positive results. Twenty-two militants were killed by the United States. The militants had killed a civilian contractor and injured nine others on February 15. We see […]

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March 1, 2021
Just War: Considerations for Christians. A Series of Reflections: No. 2 - A Critique of Just War Theory, by Dana S. Grubb

Introduction The Just War Theory is a set of criteria used by some Christian churches (e.g., Roman Catholic and Episcopal) to determine whether or not it is morally appropriate for Christians to support and/or to directly participate in a particular war.  In the early Christian Church, the bishops forbade Christians from joining or staying in […]

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