Episcopal Public Policy Network

How many times have you read an article in the paper or watched a news story and wished there was something you could do? With the Episcopal Public Policy Network, you can. Senators and Representatives care about what you, their constituent, think about a particular issue. Whether you feel passionately about environmental protection, HIV/AIDS funding, or education, you can make your voice heard on Capitol Hill. Advocacy can happen at many different levels. The Episcopal Public Policy Network is specifically focused (by General Convention) on federal advocacy. We do have a number of state affiliates that work on state level legislation.

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Welcoming Sunday. Homecoming Sunday. Back To Church Sunday. Welcome Home Sunday.  Registration Sunday. Gathering Sunday. The names vary, but the purpose is the same – events and activities slated for that one Sunday in each congregation...

Welcoming Sunday. Homecoming Sunday. Back To Church Sunday. Welcome Home Sunday.  Registration Sunday. Gathering Sunday. The names vary, but the purpose is the same – events and activities slated for that one Sunday in each congregation...

“Voting and participation in our government is a way of participating in our common life,” Episcopal Church Presiding Bishop and Primate Michael Curry said in a video election message.  “And that is a Christian obligation.  Indeed, we who...

The 2016 election in the United States remains the top of the news in media outlets, and it is inevitably a topic in personal conversations. To provide education about the election as well as assisting in being prepared, The Episcopal...

Online resources, lesson plans for children, and bulletin inserts are among the items assembled by The Episcopal Church for understanding and honoring Earth Day, April 22 by congregations and individuals. Earth Day was first celebrated in...

August 18, 2015

Welcome to the Domestic Policy Action Network (DPAN), your go-to news primer for current domestic issues related to Episcopal Church policy and advocacy organized by the Domestic and Foreign Missionary Society! This bimonthly newsletter...

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On November 8, 2016, our nation will head to the polls to decide a number of critical elections...

Fall is a time when certain days are lifted up to help us observe the importance of addressing...

September 1 is Labor Day, a federal holiday in the United States to celebrate the economic and...

“The influx of vulnerable people from Central America, including unaccompanied minors as well...

September 2 is Labor Day, a federal holiday in the United States to celebrate the economic and...

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For over two centuries, large discrepancies in health have existed between American Indians and the rest of the nation. Mortality rates for diabetes, tuberculosis, cervical cancer, pneumonia, influenza, SIDS, and alcoholism are all...

On August 13, 2014, Episcopal Migration Ministries and the Office of Justice and Advocacy Ministries hosted a webinar about the Central American migrant crisis on the southern border. This document shows the slides used in that...

Christian Principles in an Election Year is a two-page reproducible resource from the National Council of Churches. It offers ten principles for public discourse and a group study guide ideal for discussion and conversation.

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Disability.gov is the federal government website for comprehensive information on disability programs and services in communities nationwide

This organization serves to strengthen and support those engaged in economic justice ministries and advocate for initiatives within the Episcopal Church.

The ONE Campaign is an effort by Americans to rally Americans --€“ one by one --€“ to fight the emergency of global AIDS and extreme poverty. ONE is students and ministers, punk rockers and NASCAR moms, Americans of all beliefs and every walk of life, united to help make poverty history.

How many times have you read an article in the paper or watched a news story and wished there was something you could do? With the Episcopal Public Policy Network, you can. Senators and Representatives care about what you, their constituent, think about a particular issue. Whether you feel passionately about environmental protection, HIV/AIDS funding, or education, you can make your voice heard on Capitol Hill.

The mission of the Episcopal Disability Network is to help churches be aware of the physical, cultural, emotional, attitudinal, educational, communication, and programmatic barriers that can prevent persons with disabilities from enjoying full and complete participation in church and society.

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