Peace Out! Week Seventy-two

Weekly Update from Melanie Peace Out! Week Seventy-two The Rio Grande, as seen from Boquillas, Mexico LOVING OUR NEIGHBORS Offered by Rev. Michael Wallens Co-Chair of Rio Grande Borderland Ministries Alpine, Texas For our migrant friends along the border, the pandemic is one more...
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Peace Out! Week Seventy-one

Weekly Update from Melanie Peace Out! Week Seventy-one Thurgood Marshall, commemorated on May 17 Hon. Thurgood Marshall (July 2, 1908 – January 24, 1993) was a devoted Episcopalian and he is commemorated by our Church on May 17. An Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the...
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Peace Out! Week Seventy

Weekly Update from Melanie Peace Out! Week Seventy Bishop Paul Jones, Episcopal Peace Fellowship founder and conscientious objector CROSS BEFORE FLAG Every year on May 15th, we remember those who have established and are maintaining the right to refuse to kill, both in the past...
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Peace Out! Week Sixty-nine

Peace Out! Week Sixty-nine Jessica Jew, MPH, is a member of EPF’s National Executive Council. She attends St. John’s Episcopal Cathedral in Los Angeles, CA. Last September, while browsing the shelves of Powell’s Bookstore in Portland, OR, I picked up a book that I...
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Peace Out! Week Sixty-eight

Peace Out! Week Sixty-eight Mosaic detail, St. Bede’s Episcopal Church, Santa Fe, NM Deep in our hearts, the fire of justice burns; a vision of a world renewed through radical concern. As Christians we are called to set the captives free, to overthrow the evil powers and to...
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Peace Out! Week Sixty-seven

Weekly Update from Melanie Peace Out! Week Sixty-seven Mount Washington. Photo by Steven Atha EARTH DAY: Called to protect and restore It’s Earth Day, and on this day The Episcopal Church commemorates naturalist and writer John Muir (1914) and Episcopal priest and...
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Peace Out! Week Sixty-four

Weekly Update from Melanie Peace Out! Week Sixty-four Good Friday Christa Wimmers Holy Week Greetings from Sisters, Oregon! This week, we share the Episcopal Church in Colorado’s compelling social justice inspired Stations of the Cross. Click here for an inspiring walk...
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Peace Out! Week Sixty-four

Peace Out! Week Sixty-four Rob Burgess, EPF National Treasurer Benton Harbor, MI Will you strive for justice and peace among all people, and respect the dignity of every human being? I will, with God’s help. "Poverty is a Pre-existing Condition" offered by Rob...
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Peace Out! Week Sixty-three

Peace Out! Week Sixty-three The Reverend Robert (Bob) Davidson, EPF National Chair Will you strive for justice and peace among all people, and respect the dignity of every human being? I will, with God’s help. Are Peace and Justice Essential Services? The Rev. Bob Davidson,...
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