Living the promise of peace, justice and dignity in the Episcopal Diocese of Michigan and beyond...

Will you strive for justice and peace among all people, and respect the dignity of every human being?

-- Fifth Baptismal Covenant, Book of Common Prayer

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Are you or your congregation planning to work on a General Convention resolution?

List of resolutions from General Convention 2015. Congregations willing to work on these --


Learn more about bullying, and find out what you can do about it.

Click HERE


Learn about, and join the Earned Sick Time Campaign
Our friends at MOSES have partnered with other non-profit and labor organizations across Michigan to work to get a proposal on the 2016 ballot that would give every person working in Michigan the ability to earn paid sick leave. Click the link above to learn more.


Episcopal Peace Fellowship resources on Gun Violence

EPF Peace On The Go -- "Growing Numb To Gun Violence?"


Perspectives on #Black Lives Matter
Forgiveness and Black Christianity in the Age of #BlackLivesMatter
Dear White People Who Proclaim #AllLivesMatter and #PoliceLivesMatter


  An interesting take on the case of the Kentucky city employee and
                       "taking a stand for righteousness" from an Episcopal priest


Speaking out against torture in US prisons, and specifically solitary confinement
More information HERE

Welcome to, the Web site of Covenant 5, a community of ministries in the Episcopal Diocese of Michigan which is educating and advocating for social justice. If you are concerned about peace, justice and dignity issues and want to do something positive about them, you are in the right place. See About Us for more...

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