Bishops United Against Gun Violence calls church to pray, elected leaders to act

Read the statement from Bishops United Against Gun Violence following the Sutherland Springs shooting.

Statement from Bishops United Against Gun Violence

Read the statement from Bishops United Against Gun Violence following the Las Vegas shooting.

Unholy Trinity: the Intersection of Racism, Poverty and Gun Violence

A conference facilitated by Bishops United Against Gun Violence

Making public witness

Bishops United Against Gun Violence led a prayerful procession called “Claiming Common Ground Against Gun Violence.”

Praying for an end to gun violence

These liturgical resources will help you pray to remember, pray to lament, pray to mourn and pray for peace.

We have a moral obligation to address gun violence.

Bishops Against Gun Violence urges our cities, states and nation to adapt policies and pass legislation that will reduce the number of Americans killed and wounded by gunfire.

New Book from Church Publishing: Reclaiming the Gospel of Peace

Episcopal bishops, clergy and lay leaders respond to the epidemic of gun violence.

Our Bishops

We currently have the support of nearly 60 Episcopal bishops. Check out who’s with us.

About Us

See what our bishops are saying and doing to address gun violence in America.

Resources

Liturgical Resources

Liturgy, prayers and event ideas.

“We will no longer be silent while violence permeates our world, our society, our Church, our homes and ourselves. Our faith calls us to be ministers of reconciliation, to give voice to the voiceless and to strive for justice in the name of our Lord.” 

Bishops Ian T. Douglas, James E. Curry and Laura J. Ahrens of the Episcopal Diocese of Connecticut