This peacemaker's award was established by the Episcopal Peace Fellowship (EPF) in 1979 to honor the Rev. John Nevin Sayre for his lifetime of service in the cause of peace. It is conferred every three years for "courageous witness in the cause of peace and justice" to a recipient chosen by the EPF Executive Committee. It is awarded during the time of the General Convention. See Episcopal Peace Fellowship, The (EPF).
John Nevin Sayre Award
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