The Episcopal Peace Fellowship Pledge of Commitment describes the group's mission:
In loyalty to the person, teaching, and Lordship of Jesus Christ, my conscience commits me to His way of redemptive love: to pray, study, and work for peace, and to renounce, as far as possible, participation in war, militarism, and all other forms of violence.
In fellowship with others, I will work to discover and create alternatives to violence and to build a culture of peace. I urge the Episcopal Church in accordance with our baptismal vows "to renounce the evil powers of this world which corrupt and destroy the creatures of God", and to wage peace across all boundaries, calling upon people everywhere to repent, to forgive, and to love. https://epfnational.org/join/
There is currently an active chapter at Trinity Cathedral which is currently reaching out to other parishes to spread the work of Christ's peacemaking.
Because of the EPF commitment above, our local group has three priorities:
1) Human Trafficking, in conjunction with the efforts of the Episcopal Church Women. Resources and information here
2) Yemen, keeping this humanitarian crisis in the news,
3) Anti-Death Penalty group, working with Ohioans to Stop Executions (OTSE) and Intercommunity Peace& Justice Center (IJPC) in Cincinnati.
9/4/19 - Feast Day for Bishop Paul Jones
9/21/19 - International Day of Peace service (details to follow),
11/11/19 - 80th Anniversary of EPF/Episcopal Peace Fellowship
Notes from August 4th, 2019 meeting at Trinity Cathedral