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David Peters Visits Parishes/Dioceses

The EVF equips the Church for ministry to veterans with moral injury and the spiritual and theological affects of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. An ECF grant will enable our founder, David Peters, to travel to parishes and dioceses across the Church to nurture existing veterans ministries and coach parishes and dioceses as they start new ones.

David’s 2017 – 2018 Travel Schedule

19 August, 2017: Workshop on Veterans Ministry at Brotherhood of St. Andrew Gathering, Houston, TX 

20-25 August, 2017: Army Reserve duty Teaching at US Army Chaplain School, Ft. Jackson, SC

10-11 September, 2017: Launch of the Military Chaplain Concentration at Seminary of the Southwest, Austin, TX

22 September, 2017Veterans Conference at SSW

October 6-8, 2017Arkansas Traveller 100 in Little Rock, AR

25 October, 2017St. Andrews, Seguin TX 

29 October, 2017Holy Spirit, Harleysville, PA

10 November, 2017: Joint Lutheran-Episcopal Veterans Day Service at Trinity, Woodlands, TX

11-13 November, 2017Cathedral in Detroit, MI

1-2 December, 2017Tactical Retreat for Veterans, Brenhem, TX 

10 December, 2017St. Chad’s, Albuquerque, NM

7 January, 2018: Trinity Episcopal Church, Houston, TX

13 January, 2018: Brotherhood of St. Andrew Presentation, St. Matthews Episcopal Church, Austin, TX

21 January, 2018: Christ Episcopal Church, Puyallup, WA

20-22 January, 2018: Several Churches in Tacoma/Puyallup, WA

23-26 January, 2018: Workshop at FORMA Conference in Charleston, SC

27 January, 2018: Brotherhood of St. Andrew Dallas 

2-3 February, 2018: Washington National Cathedral

3-8 February, 2018: Holy Trinity, Fayetteville, NC and Diocese of North Carolina Council

27 February, 2018: Diocese of Atlanta to launch a Veterans Fellowship in Georgia. 9:00 – 1:00, The Cathedral of St. Philip. David Peters will be joined by The Rt. Rev. Carl Wright, Episcopal Bishop Suffragan for Armed Forces and Federal Ministries, and Diocesan Bishop Robert Wright.

9 April, 2018: “Stories of Healing in Veterans” at Church of the Cross, Austin, TX

20 May, 2018: St. John’s Episcopal Church, 1 North Hanover Street, Carlisle, Pennsylvania

26 May, 2018: St. David of Wales Episcopal Church, Portland, Oregon

27 May, 2018: 10:30 AM St. Stephen’s Episcopal, Portland, Oregon
1:00 – 4:00 PM Program at Trinity Cathedral, Portland, Oregon

3 June, 2018: WWI Chapel, Ft. Meade, MD

22-24 June, 2018: Glenwood Springs, CO

The Rev. Dr. David W. Peters, Iraq Veteran

The Rev. Dr. David W. Peters, Iraq Veteran