May 25, 2021
No Justice, No Peace

A reflection by NEC Chairman, Bishop Dan Edwards PEACE AND/OR JUSTICE: WHAT’S THE CONNECTION? No Justice. No Peace. We chant it, print it, proclaim it out of concern that our commitment to non-violence might be confused with passivity in the face of oppression. Non-violence must never be understood as complicity with evil. The great champions […]

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May 25, 2021

EPF Racial Justice Action Group’s Committee on Racial Reparations “Now is the time to make real the promise of democracy and transform our pending national elegy into a creative psalm of brotherhood. Now is the time to lift our national policy from the quicksand of racial injustice to the solid rock of human dignity.” -Dr. […]

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May 23, 2021

SAVE THE DATES AND SPREAD THE WORD  White teens in rural Colorado reenact the murder of George Floyd for Instagram. Insurrectionists storm the Capitol. People subjectively live in different worlds depending on their news choice. Is this the death throes of democracy or the birth pangs of a more just social order? Is the answer […]

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May 8, 2021
Gun Violence Reduction Sabbath: Resources

The Dioceses of Eastern and Western Michigan, working together without a bishop diocesan between them, sent out a packet of resources for GVP sabbath, June 4-6. In the included sample sermon: "Rob Burgess of St. Augustine’s, our litanist for this morning, is a member of the Episcopal Peace Fellowship through which the national Episcopal Gun Violence Prevention […]

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May 6, 2021
International Conscientious Objector Day 2021

International Conscientious Objector Day is commemorated around the world.  It is to remember those who in the past followed their conscience and those today who are facing similar challenges to military conscription. Join us! Anglican Pacifist Fellowship Conscientious Objector Day Prayers will be held on Saturday, 15 May at 3 pm Eastern Time.  Rev. Donald […]

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May 3, 2021
Prosecuting Starvation Crimes in Yemen's Civil War

From Case Western Reserve University School of Law: The Yemen Accountability Project's release of its white paper "Prosecuting Starvation Crimes in Yemen's Civil War" examines the use of deliberate attacks on food, water, and objects indispensable to survival as part of the Saudi-led Coalition's attacks on Houthi rebels in Yemen. The white paper outlines the […]

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May 2, 2021
Episcopal Diocese of Atlanta supports Georgia bill which would resentence death row inmates

Don Plummer, Community Engagement and Media Relations Office of the Bishop of the Diocese of Atlanta | The Episcopal Church in Middle and North Georgia sent the following important news to EPF’s Death Penalty Abolition Action Group:  The state of Georgia now has an active, bipartisan revocation bill before its state legislature. SB 485, that the Diocese of Atlanta is supporting. This […]

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April 28, 2021
Bringing Darkness Into Light: Sharing Stories of Redemption from Men on Death Row

St. Matthews Episcopal Church, Rupert Idaho Presents Bringing Darkness into Light:  Sharing Stories of Redemption from Men  on Arkansas’ Death Row Film: Sunday, May 2, 2021 4:00pm MST Join the Zoom film showing here: Sewanee: The University of the South Presents Bringing Darkness into Light:  Sharing Stories of Redemption from Men  on Arkansas’ Death […]

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April 27, 2021
National John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Action Day

Coalition of Over 180 Groups Announce Launch of the National John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Action Day; Peace & Justice Community of St. Cross, Hermosa Beach, CA EPF Chapter Among the Lead Sponsors Local Groups Host Massive 100+ City Mobilization In the Streets Via Votercades To Defeat Voter Suppression Efforts and Promote Democratic Reforms  TORRANCE, […]

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