January 29, 2021
EPF PIN Interview with EPF Executive Director, Melanie Merkle Atha

As a new year of activism for Palestinian human rights begins, PIN invites you to consider the benefits of organizing as an EPF Chapter or a Peace Partner Parish. To explore those benefits, the Bulletin offers this Q&A with EPF's Executive Director, Melanie Merkle Atha.  Editor: Melanie, how many EPF Chapters and Peace Partner Parishes […]

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January 25, 2021
Invitation to Annual Meeting

Dear Episcopal Peace Fellowship Supporters, Greetings in the name of the Prince of Peace!  There is an excitement in the air which is driving a renewed embrace of those of us committed to peace and justice.  The Episcopal Peace Fellowship is uniquely positioned to influence not only the church, but the world and its insistence […]

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January 18, 2021
World Says No to War in Yemen

The shockingly under-reported war in Yemen has led to the death of 250,000 people and created the worst humanitarian crisis anywhere in the world according to the UN. They estimate that more than 24 million people in the country, which was already one of the poorest on the planet prior to the war, will need […]

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January 16, 2021
Vigil Following Insurrection at the Capitol

Liturgist’s Notes: If this vigil is to be offered via Zoom or a similar online platform, rather than in person, the instructions to sit, stand, and so forth, which are in brackets, may be ignored, and each person may remain seated in front of his or her camera for the duration of the service. However, […]

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January 12, 2021
Focus on our call to abolish the death penalty

When Kathy McGregor, Project Director for The Prison Story Project, first had the idea to hire professional filmmakers to film a staged reading of stories written by men on Arkansas’ death row while on a tour with actors, a stage manager, and a musician in 2019, she had no idea that a pandemic would soon […]

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January 12, 2021
The Rt. Rev. Jonathan Folts Sermon, Second Sunday after the Epiphany, EPF Justice and Peace Preaching series 2021

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January 7, 2021
Rev. Dr. Lauren R. Stanley: Sermon (version two - in response to terrorist attack on U.S. Capitol), First Sunday after the Epiphany, EPF Justice and Peace Preaching series 2021

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January 7, 2021
Statement on Terrorism in our Capitol

Regarding the events in Washington, D.C. on the Feast of the Epiphany, it is wrong to say of the terrorism that transpired that "This is not America.” While we cherish the words that we “strive for a more perfect union,” we must also acknowledge and repent the reality of American violence, racial injustice and Christian […]

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January 5, 2021
Nominees for EPF National Executive Council

Class of 2019-2021 The Rt. Rev. Dan Edwards Dan Edwards divides his time between Colorado and Ohio. He served 11 years as Bishop of Nevada, following 18 years as a parish priest in Macon, Georgia. He has long been a supporter of EPF but has only been active with EPF this past year. He is […]

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