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The only way this movement goes forward is by YOUR action. Here you will find ways to keep the action going.
The Episcopal Church hosted Sustain the Energy: Advocacy Webinar for Youth on April 10, 2018. The recording of the webinar is available below.
For more advocacy resources, email The Office of Government Relations [email protected]
You may also wish to visit the Office of Government Relations web page on advocacy issues: Read More
The Episcopal Church Office of Government Relations Take action with the Episcopal Public Policy Network on an assault weapons ban here and Tell the Senate to oppose the Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act here.
Bishops United Against Gun Violence is a group of more than 70 Episcopal bishops working to curtail the epidemic of gun violence in the United States.
We believe in a God of life in the face of death who calls our church to speak and act decisively against the unholy trinity of poverty, racism and violence.Bishops Unite... Read More
Learn more and see the webinar. In honor of the 50th Anniversary of the Poor People’s Campaign organized by the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., in 1968, the Episcopal Church is teaming with ecumenical partners including the Natio... Read More
Here you will find resources for worship, individual care, group care and study. Whether it's a song, a curriculum or a prayer, taking care of the spirit is of the highest importance.
Rev. Becky Zartman sends us this curriculum for after the march. PDF format:
Never underestimate the power of song.
Bishop Steve Lane, Diocese of Maine, wrote this litany that has been used in many places across the Church in the wake of tragedies from gun violence. It was written to be shared and adapted as needed: Read More
An Abrahamic Prayer at a Time of Grieving - This resource was adapted from various interfaith prayer resources by Tony Kireopoulos, National Council of Churches.
An excerpt:Remind us that we are both humble creatures and yet only a little lower than the angels, who have been entrusted with re... Read More
From Enriching Our Worship 5: Many of these prayers and liturgies may be adapted for times like these.
Each worshiper should adopt the posture most helpful to the full expression of his or her griefOne: Hear the cries of your people, O... Read More
May you be strengthened by God's Spirit and filled with grace as you serve God's people who grieve, struggle with loss and pain and seek action in the wake of the events at Stoneman Douglas High School.
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