Episcopal Peace Fellowship

Episcopal Peace Fellowship

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By: Mike Angell

Today we welcome guest blogger, Michael Kurth, who serves on the Episcopal Peace Fellowship (EPF) National Executive Council, and co-chairs their Young Adult Initiative. 

 EPF Urban Pilgrimages Combine Social Justice and Faith Formation

Quick. Close your eyes (figuratively, of...

June 19, 2013

The Rev. Allison Liles will become executive director of Episcopal Peace Fellowship.

[Episcopal Peace Fellowship press release] For the first time in its 74-year history the Episcopal Peace Fellowship (EPF) will have both its executive director and chair...

February 14, 2012

[Episcopal Peace Fellowship] Buttressing its commitment to non-violence, the Episcopal Peace Fellowship (EPF) is joining with gun victim groups both faith-based and secular to launch a boycott of Starbucks coffee shops on Valentine’s Day.

“While states have rightfully forbidden weapons...

May 12, 2010

The National Executive Council of Episcopal Peace Fellowship has issued a statement in support of economic sanctions and divestment strategies that it believes "can inspire a more useful dialog and negotiation towards a just and lasting peace in the Middle East."

But Bishop John Bryson...

October 19, 2009

The Rev. Canon Brian Grieves' 21 years of ministry at the Episcopal Church Center in New York have provided the underpinning of advocacy, peace and justice work throughout the Anglican Communion, according to recent tributes that have been pouring in from colleagues and friends. "Brian Grieves...

September 22, 2009

On the day designated by the United Nations as the International Day of Peace, the Cathedral of the Incarnation, Baltimore, hosted a Peace Witness, a reading of the names of the American service men and women killed in Iraq and Afghanistan since 2002.

It was one of several similar vigils...

July 12, 2009

The Episcopal Peace Fellowship (EPF) on July 11 honored former Presiding Bishop Edmond Browning and his wife Patti as "living examples of Christ's prophetic witness" with the John Nevin Sayre Peace Award. Surrounded by family, friends and former colleagues, the Brownings were given a copy of an...

July 1, 2006

Advocates and leaders received awards from several Episcopal organizations at events during General Convention.

The Episcopal Peace Fellowship honored the Rev. Canon Naim Ateek, director of the Sabeel Ecumenical Liberation Theology Center in Jerusalem. A strong proponent of faith and...

December 1, 2004

The Episcopal Peace Fellowship began its 65th-year celebration on Nov. 12 with a celebratory dinner in Washington, D.C., and the unveiling of plans for “A Passion of Peace” pledge campaign with a goal of $300,000 to support new programs.

The campaign will provide funds to support...

August 5, 2003

The church is poised to take another step in providing equality for all God’s people, but the struggle continues, Bishop Steven Charleston told a crowd gathered at the Church of the Gethsemane to honor recipients of Episcopal Peace Fellowship and The Witness awards.

Speaking on the eve...

Bulletin Inserts

Bulletin inserts from Episcopal Life Weekly for October 19 and October 26 carry dual messages fr

Bulletin inserts from Episcopal Life Weekly for October 19 and October 26 carry dual messages fr