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June 10, 2008

Pentecost Membership Drive and Contest Continues The Pentecost Membership Drive is now in full swing! Many of you have successfully recruited members and many more have been putting the word out about the EPPN. Need ideas on how to tell people about the EPPN? Check out: 5 Easy Ways to Share the...

April 28, 2008

"Traces of the Trade" will have its national broadcast premiere on Public Broadcasting System's Point of View (POV) series on June 24. (Check local listings for time.) It was one of only three documentaries bought by POV at the Sundance Film Festival in January.

 

"Traces" is the...

March 12, 2008

On March 30, nearly 40-years to the day that the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., delivered his last Sunday sermon at the Washington National Cathedral, a week of free public events celebrating King's ministry and legacy will begin at the cathedral. King preached his sermon "Remaining Awake...

January 24, 2008

After premiering January 21 in Park City, Utah, at the Sundance Film Festival, "Traces of the Trade," a film that documents one family's part in the slave trade, became one of three documentaries bought by Public Broadcasting System's Point of View (P.O.V.) series.

 

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January 22, 2008

Happy New Year! As Congress begins the second session of the 110th Congress, we wanted to give you a quick update on some of the issues we have been working on together and some great things coming up this spring.

The Farm Bill Thank you everyone for such consistent advocacy on this...

August 20, 2007

The article by the Rev. Doug Carpenter in the July 2007 issue of Episcopal Life brought forth strong memories to many of us who grew up in the Diocese of Alabama. I was especially pleased to see Bishop Carpenter in the less ornate vestments which represent the Episcopal Church to many...

August 12, 2007

Jonathan Daniels, a 26-year-old student at Episcopal Theological School (ETS) in Cambridge, Massachusetts, graduate of Virginia Military Institute, and volunteer civil rights worker, was shot and killed on August 20, 1965, by a deputy sheriff as he approached a "cash store" in Hayneville,...

July 24, 2007

The Senate could take action at any time on the Matthew Shepard Local Law Enforcement Hate Crimes Prevention Act (S. 1105), sponsored by Senators Edward Kennedy (D-MA) and Gordon Smith (R-OR) with 42 co-sponsors . This bi-partisan legislation, which passed in the House in May, will expand...

July 9, 2007

Riding his bike home from General Convention last summer, Episcopal Diocese of Ohio Bishop Mark Hollingsworth Jr. thought it would be a good idea to start a new tradition.

He rode 208 miles from Columbus to Cleveland with 15 other riders and used that trip to raise money for the Bishop'...

April 11, 2007

Dear Representative,

As representatives of a diverse array of religious communities, we write to urge you to co-sponsor and vote in support of HR 1592, the Local Law Enforcement Hate Crimes Prevention Act (LLEHCPA). In the 109th Congress, the House approved an identical bill on...

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These are print resources compiled by theological educators for use in a variety of faith commun

The Episcopal Church and the Diocese of Mississippi hosted a 90-minute forum.

Especially recommended: “Spirituality and Racial Justice” with Presiding Bishop Michael Curry

This ecumenical organization seeks to transform communities to provide fuller opportunity and to

A primary commitment of the EUC is to articulate a vision of a Church without racism, a Church f

An organization of nine church denominations who agree to stop "consulting" and start living the

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