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Following the Prince of Peace and ending gun violence

Author George Clifford served as a Navy chaplain for twenty-four years, taught ethics, and now serves as priest associate at the Parish of St Clement in Honolulu. He blogs at Ethical Musings.   According to a widely reported statistic, there are 89 privately owned...

10 Ways Your Church Can Reduce Gun Violence

Reducing gun violence is a profoundly spiritual issue. As followers of Jesus Christ, who died at the hands of violence, we are called as Christians to alleviate suffering in our broken world and be agents of love and healing. From preaching to teaching to hosting...

Ash Wednesday Reflection from Chair Bob Davidson

An Ash Wednesday reflection by EPF Chair Bob Davidson “The Spirit of GOD is upon me because God has anointed me to preach good news to the poor; to heal the broken-hearted, to proclaim liberty to the captives, the opening of the prison to those who are bound; and   to...

EPF Young Adult Delegation to General Convention

Episcopal Peace Fellowship is now accepting applications for the 2018 Young Adult Delegation for General Convention. General Convention is the official decision making body of the Episcopal Church. When it is in session it is the largest democratically elected...

A reflection on Trump’s tweets of last week

The Reverend Dr Leon Spencer is the former executive director of the ecumenical Washington Office on Africa and former dean of studies for the Diocese of Nairobi’s theological college. He currently chairs the companion relationship with the Anglican Diocese of...

EPF Accepting Sayre Award Nominees

Episcopal Peace Fellowship and its Palestine Israel Network seek nominations for their John Nevin Sayre Award and newly established PIN Cotton Fite Award. EPF established the Sayre award in 1979 to honor founding EPF member Rev. John Nevin Sayre for his lifetime of...

EPF Responds to Texas Church Shootings

Episcopal Peace Fellowship calls upon its members to demand state and federal legislators stand up to the gun lobby and vote to make this country a safer place to live.  Thoughts and prayers are not enough; our leaders must find the courage to take action.  A...

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