Striving for Peace and Justice is not an easy task. But it is a task we take seriously. The Episcopal Public Policy Network interacts with members of the United States Congress and the Administration to affect public policy change. There are also networks on the state level that interact with political leaders in state chambers to influence policy.
While each network is autonomous of the national EPPN, all of us work together to present the positions of The Episcopal Church through the acts of General Convention or Executive Council to our elected leaders.
Presently, there are state networks operating in a number of states (full list below). If you are interested in more information about state network activities, please contact the Episcopal Church’s Office of Government Relations or your state network. If you are interested in starting a new state network, contact the Episcopal Church’s Office of Government Relations.
CO - State Episcopal Public Policy Network
CT - Connecticut State Episcopal Public Policy Network
MA - Massachusetts Episcopal Public Policy Network
Contact: Elizabeth Green, Associate Director for Public Policy (firstname.lastname@example.org)
138 Tremont St.
Boston, MA 02111
Phone: 617-482-4826 x224
MI - AMEN Public Policy Network
NJ - Episcopal Public Policy Network of New Jersey
Contact: Martha Gardner, Director (email@example.com)
12 Bowdoin Street
Maplewood, New Jersey 07040
NY - New York State Episcopal Public Policy Network
Ms. Demi McGuire, Director (firstname.lastname@example.org)
62 South Swan Street
Albany, NY 12210
OH - Episcopal Public Policy Network of Ohio (EPPN-O)
Contact - Episcopal Diocese of S. Ohio: Rev. David McCoy (email@example.com)
Contact - Episcopal Diocese of Ohio: Rev. Alan C. James (firstname.lastname@example.org)