May 31, 2022
We believe in thoughts and prayers. And we know that actions and deeds are their fruit.
So...what shall our fruit be in this work against gun violence?
Join us for three sixty-minute Zoom conversations about how you can actively respond to this epidemic of gun violence in our country.
Guns to Gardens: National Buyback Day event hosted by our own
Church of the Epiphany in Euclid on Saturday, June 11.
The Zoom link for Conversations 1 and 3 will be
We will send the Province V link for Conversation 2 as soon as possible.
Leading us in each of these conversations will be The Rev. Rosalind C Hughes, author of Whom Shall I Fear? Urgent Questions for Christians in an Age of Violence and rector of the Church of the Epiphany, Euclid, Ohio. Rosalind is a long-time anti-gun violence advocate. You can read her blog https://rosalindhughes.com/ . She is a frequent contributor to Episcopal Cafe and other publications, and the author of A Family Like Mine.
According to the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR), over 1 million refugees have fled Ukraine in the past week. Episcopal Relief & Development is partnering with Anglican agencies and other ecumenical partners to provide humanitarian aid in response to this crisis. Please help us to supply needed items for displaced families and individuals who are fleeing the war to other parts of Europe.
As we pray for an end to violence and for those fleeing Ukraine, please also pray for Episcopal Relief & Development and other ecumenical agencies working to respond to the current crisis. Specific needs will change as the crisis evolves. As of right now, there is a need for cash, blankets and hygiene supplies. Please consider partnering with Episcopal Relief & Development in this response. Visit episcopalrelief.org for more information.
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