Even our simplest everyday choices, like our choice of coffee, have world-wide implications. Global justice encompasses a wide variety of topics, including the Millennium Development Goals, the Jubilee Year and peace making. These global justice issues target some of the most complex and important obstacles to poverty, hunger, and disease reduction. Please learn more about these issues and join our community in this essential undertaking.
Please refer to our Communication and Action sections to learn more about what you can do about global justice.
The Episcopal Church advocates on a wide variety of issues. Communication documents are organized according to their predominant subject, such as HIV/AIDS, human rights, or health care.
Documents are also organized according to type. Bulletin inserts, prayers, and parish resources will be particularly useful for faith communities during services. Educational materials can provide in-depth information into issues, and articles and coalition letters describe our latest advocacy campaigns and news.
Advocacy involves much more than just persuading our elected officials; it means connecting Episcopalians to the important and exciting events happening on Capitol Hill and around the country - from prayer vigils, to training events and materials, to lobby days. The documents you'll find here allow us to communicate with Episcopalians across the country and around the world. They inform our community about important opportunities and developments.