Peace Out: Week Twenty-Seven

Weekly Update from Melanie Peace Out: Week Twenty-Seven One of the most vital things EPF did this week was speak out against our country’s policy of detaining asylum seekers. As did many around the U.S., we raised our voices and our hearts in unison to demand an end to...
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Peace Out: Week Twenty-Six

Weekly Update from Melanie Peace Out: Week Twenty-Six No Mistake: Cleveland Rocks! Members of Trinity Cathedral, Cleveland are ready to celebrate EPF’s 80th Anniversary year with lots of action and energy! Details below. (Photo credit Pam Turos) THIS WEEK! Join us in...
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Peace Out: Week Twenty-Five

Weekly Update from Melanie Peace Out: Week Twenty-Five Our next big stop for EPF’s 80th Year of Action will be in Kalamazoo next week for the Province V Big Provincial Gathering! Join me and several members of EPF, including leadership: Bob Lotz, Rev. Kay Houck, Rob...
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Peace Out: Week Twenty-Four

Weekly Update from Melanie Peace Out: Week Twenty-Four EPF’s Year of Action continues with our August Pilgrimage to The National Memorial for Peace and Justice and the National Legacy Museum in Montgomery, AL August 9, 2019. North Dallas EPF Chapter Convener Ron Damholt...
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Peace Out: Week Twenty-Three

Peace Out: Week Twenty-Three EPF CHAPTER OF WESTERN NORTH CAROLINA: FAITHFUL, NON-VIOLENT WAR RESISTERS This week took us from Winston-Salem, through Boone, Conover, and Hendersonville into Asheville, North Carolina. I was welcomed by our EPF Chapter of Western North Carolina at...
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Peace Out: Week Twenty-One

Peace Out: Week Twenty-One ‌ PENTECOST ACTION: GET INVOLVED WITH EPF! Our vibrant EPF committees would epfactnow and let me know where you would like to serve. Current NEC leadership for each committee is listed after each committee description: Communications: Establish a...
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Peace Out: Week Twenty

Weekly Update from Melanie Peace Out: Week Twenty Episcopal seminarian Jonathan Myrick Daniels heard Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s call to go to Alabama to help register people to vote. Daniels was martyred on August 20, 1965 in Hayneville, AL, when he stepped in front...
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Peace Out: Week Nineteen

Peace Out: Week Nineteen Festive floral wall mural at Adelante Alabama Worker Center in Hoover, Alabama www.adelantealabama.org These saints are empowering immigrant workers to deal with wage theft and abusive landlords, among much else. Blessed are you who are poor, for yours is...
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Peace Out: Week Eighteen

Peace Out: Week Eighteen Banner outside new Peace Partner Parish, Calvary Episcopal Church- Memphis, TN Loving God, make us instruments of your peace. This week we had inspiring visits with Peace Partner Parishes St. Michael’s in Little Rock, AR and Calvary in Memphis, TN...
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