Office of Government Relations

Election Engagement

Vote Faithfully 2024

Getting souls to the polls isn’t just about casting our own vote, but about working together so we all can vote and vote faithfully. We can empower every voice in our congregations in this work.

Episcopal Election Activators 2024-2025

Episcopal Election Activators is an Episcopal Church program, run by the Office of Government Relations, that seeks volunteers to help promote and facilitate local non-partisan election engagement efforts in their state or region of the U.S.! Applications are open for the 2024-2025 cohort, which will run from January 2024 to December 2025 with varying levels of engagement based on the election calendar. Individuals may apply at any time, even as the program is underway.

Click here for more information about our Election Activators program!

Episco-pols Podcast

Season three of our Episco-pols podcast, airing late spring and early summer 2024, focuses on election engagement from a variety of angles. You don’t want to miss an episode!

You can find the Episco-pols podcast on your favorite podcast platform or through this stream.

Civil Discourse Training

Equip yourself for more constructive political conversations using Make Me an Instrument of Peace: A Guide to Civil Discourse, the From Many, One campaign, and more. Help bridge partisan divides, learn from others, and enlarge the sacred space for debate. Click here to learn more!

Misinformation, Disinformation, Fake News: Why Do We Care?

As Christians, we are not called to a life of half-truths and deception. We are called to follow a God who is “the way, the truth, and the life” (John 14:6). The Prayer Book also teaches that among our duties to our neighbors is “to be honest and fair in our dealings” and to “speak truth, and not mislead others by our silence.” (pg. 848) Let us therefore examine our own conduct to limit the spread of deceitful information and call upon our leaders to work towards the same.

Learn more and equip yourself to recognize and overcome misinformation in this critical resource.

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