Faith in Action
The people of St. Paul’s are dedicated to putting our Faith into Action. Each month we offer a suggestion of how you might want to do the same. To see the current suggestion, click HERE - then click on this week's entry and scroll to the Faith in Action section.
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Enews ORANGE Edition
Want to help prevent Gun Violence? Wonder where the church stands on this issue? Looking for things you can do to make a real difference?
In response to the urgent need to take action and help to keep God's children safe, we have published a special ORANGE Edition of our email newsletter. It contains information, ideas and ways you can take action today.
Sign up for Action Alerts from the Episcopal Public Policy Network
A grassroots network of Episcopalians across the country dedicated to carrying out the Baptismal Covenant call to “strive for justice and peace” through the active ministry of public policy advocacy. Facilitated by the Office of Government Relations, this network helps influence the development of legislation and policy of the U.S. federal government on critical issues.
Sign Up for Action Alerts HERE
From the Episcopal Church Office of Government Relations
Click the button below for resources focused on advocacy including Episcopal Church policies, tips for communicating with your elected officials, voter engagement, and more! For resources on civil discourse and political conversations visit our civil discourse page.
Here, you'll find information on: Migration, Refugees and Immigration; Human Rights and Peace-Building; Ending Poverty; Racial Reconciliation; Ongoing Work; Creation Care.
Click HERE for more information
The Faith and Citizenship Guide is focused on helping the church engage the government, emphasizing the work of advocacy in bringing about systemic change that will bring us closer to God's kingdom.
Advocacy Guide for Episcopalians
The Postcard Project is an opportunity to convene people to write physical postcards to their members of Congress (or other government officials), helping to build relationships among parishioners eager to carry out their faith through action. Congregations can bring parishioners together in virtual sessions to build community through personal interactions even during COVID-19. This can also be a fun family activity to organize yourself at home!
Click HERE to learn about the Postcard Project
Safe Gun Storage
To learn more about our putting your faith in action, please send contact the church office: [email protected].