Respect the Dignity of Every Human Being: Changing Policing in America

Offered by Rev. 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,...
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Opportunity to serve Episcopal Peace Fellowship as a member of our National Executive Council (NEC)

Are you dedicated to striving for justice and peace among all people, and respecting the dignity of every human being? If so, EPF would love to have your energy and vision for putting that dedication into action. Between now and November 30, 2020, we are accepting applications...
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Peace Out! Week Ninety-two

Now is a good time to support our work for justice and peace! Click here. Peace Out! Week Ninety-two The House is on Fire "The house is on fire. The house was on fire in 1492 when White colonizers came to this country proclaiming freedom, but enslaving and killing the...
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Peace Out! Week Ninety-one

Now is a good time to support our work for justice and peace! Click here. Peace Out! Week Ninety-one October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month Offered by EPF NEC member and Gun Violence Prevention Action Group Convener,  Bob Lotz There are several kinds of gun violence that...
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Peace Out! Week Ninety

Now is a good time to support our work for justice and peace! Click here. Peace Out! Week Ninety How to help save a life. Offered by Bradley A. MacLean, Nashville, TN, attorney for Abu Ali Abdur’Rahman  Dear Episcopal Peace Fellowship: I am asking a big favor of you in support...
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Peace Out! Week Eighty-nine

Now is a good time to support our work for justice and peace! Click here. Peace Out! Week Eighty-nine ABOLISH THE DEATH PENALTY! Join EPF this Saturday for a chance to find some inspiration to engage in advocacy against the death penalty. Read on… The following is offered...
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Peace Out! Week Eighty-eight

Now is a good time to support our work for justice and peace! Click here. Peace Out! Week Eighty-eight Rev. James Chisholm, commemorated annually on September 15 Deja Vu Offered by EPF NEC member, Bruce Freeman Trinity Cathedral, Cleveland, OH "As we as a country continue to...
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Back from the Brink

Offered by Dr. Linda Gaither An important and disturbing event may have escaped our attention in the midst of the chaos facing us all in 2020.  In January, the 2020 Doomsday Clock was re-set at 100 seconds to midnight, as announced in the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists.  “Humanity...
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Deja Vu

Déjà Vu Bruce Freeman Episcopal Peace Fellowship National Executive Committee Rev. James Chisholm As we as a country continue to navigate our way through the World Pandemic of 2020, certain individuals stand out as heroes in a time of calamity, providing care and comfort to the...
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