September 30, 2020
Peace Out! Week Ninety

Now is a good time to support our work for justice and peace! Click here. Peace Out! Week Ninety How to help save a life. Offered by Bradley A. MacLean, Nashville, TN, attorney for Abu Ali Abdur’Rahman Dear Episcopal Peace Fellowship: I am asking a big favor of you in support of Abu Ali Abdur’Rahman, […]

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September 23, 2020
Peace Out! Week Eighty-nine

Now is a good time to support our work for justice and peace! Click here. Peace Out! Week Eighty-nine ABOLISH THE DEATH PENALTY! Join EPF this Saturday for a chance to find some inspiration to engage in advocacy against the death penalty. Read on... The following is offered by NEC member Kathy McGregor of Fayetteville, […]

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September 16, 2020
Peace Out! Week Eighty-eight

Now is a good time to support our work for justice and peace! Click here. Peace Out! Week Eighty-eight Rev. James Chisholm, commemorated annually on September 15 Deja Vu Offered by EPF NEC member, Bruce Freeman Trinity Cathedral, Cleveland, OH "As we as a country continue to navigate our way through the World Pandemic of […]

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September 15, 2020
Back from the Brink

Offered by Dr. Linda Gaither An important and disturbing event may have escaped our attention in the midst of the chaos facing us all in 2020.  In January, the 2020 Doomsday Clock was re-set at 100 seconds to midnight, as announced in the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists.  “Humanity continues to face two simultaneous existential dangers – nuclear war […]

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September 9, 2020
Peace Out! Week Eighty-seven

Now is a good time to support our work for justice and peace! Click here. Peace Out! Week Eighty-seven Rev. Christy Close Erskine EPF member and supporter Sisters, Oregon The Ability to Protest Peacefully: A Threatened Right or a Right Threat? by Rev. Christy Close Erskine As the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic continues to […]

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September 8, 2020
The Ability to Protest Peacefully: A Threatened Right or a Right Threat?

By Rev. Christy Close Erskine I was born on November 28, 1956, baptized on April 20, 1957 and ordained an Episcopal Priest on July 9, 1994. I have always been active in the Episcopal Church and for over 25 years I led congregations in Vancouver, Wa, Bend, OR and Coos Bay, OR before retiring a […]

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September 2, 2020
Peace Out! Week Eighty-six

Weekly Update from Melanie Now is a good time to support our work for justice and peace! Click here. Peace Out! Week Eighty-six EPF Founder, Bishop Paul Jones' Feast Day is September 4. Icon by Rev. Canon Robert Two Bulls Photograph by Steven Atha Read more about Bishop Jones' life HERE WHAT IS LIFE? Offered […]

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August 29, 2020
Bishop Paul Jones

Bishop Paul Jones, Founder of the Episcopal Peace Fellowship On September 4th, the Episcopal Church celebrates and remembers the life of the Rt. Rev. Paul Jones, 4th Bishop of the Missionary District of Utah.  He became bishop in 1916 and was a prominent pacifist.  As the fever for the United States to enter World War […]

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August 28, 2020
Burgess: What is life?

"What I feel, I can't sayBut my love is there for you any time of dayBut if it's not love that you needThen I'll try my best to make everything succeed.” I am not sure whether George Harrison’s song What is Life was written about a woman or was George’s discernment as to the purpose of this […]

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