The Episcopal Peace Fellowship


Following Jesus’ Call for Peace. Connecting Episcopalians Doing Justice, Dismantling Violence and Striving to Be Peacemakers.

Episcopal Peace Fellowship is a member-supported national organization that brings Episcopalians together to do justice, dismantle violence, and strive to be peacemakers. We pray, study and take action to build peace with justice in our communities, our church and world. The Fellowship is organized into Chapters around the country, as well as welcoming individual members. Members are also organized into Action Networks around special issues: The Palestine/Israel Network, Young Adult /Urban Pilgrimage Network, Care of Creation, Abolition of the Death Penalty, Nuclear Disarmament, Nonviolence Training, and others. A weekly email, Peace on the Go, updates members on the activities of Chapters and Action Networks. Find out more about EPF at the website:

A new chapter has formed at St. Paul’s Ivy! Contact Joan Parham or the church office for more information.

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