Join the 2017 Activist Council Calls

Activist Council members and friends of Presbyterian Peace Fellowship are invited to join us periodically for a Zoom conference call aiming to inform and equip us for the work of peacemaking. Each call will have a focus on a particular aspect of the work of the Presbyterian Peace Fellowship and the intersections of our nonviolent witness.

Zoom meetings can be viewed alone, but the best way is to gather a group of peacemakers together with you at your home or congregation and watch together and have some fellowship/local momentum building time before or after!  

Register to attend each call below and you'll receive an automated email with the Zoom meeting link and access code. If you need assistance with Zoom or have questions, please contact Sarah Prager at [Photo by Eric Lederman.]


May 16th 8pm EST - Pokeball & Queries
Led by PPF Co-Moderator Shannan Vance-Ocampo

Join us for a look at organizational tools created by the Presbyterian Peacemaking Program in consultation with PPF in response to the Peace Discernment Process

Register for May 16


June 19th 8pm EST - Colombia Accompaniment and Post-Peace Accords
Led by Lora Burge, PPF Colombia Accompaniment Coordinator

What is going on today in Colombia post-peace accords and how are our partners (and how can we) respond and support the Iglesia Presbiteriana de Colombia in this time.

Register for June 19


August 29th 8pm EST - Israel/Palestine Delegation Debrief
Led by members of the summer delegation to Israel/Palestine

Hear from an interfaith delegation recently returned from Israel/Palestine seeking to deepen our witness with new intersectional wisdom.

Register for August 29


October 17th 8pm EST - General Assembly Buildup
Led by the PPF GA 223 Team

It’s time to be preparing our strategy and to look at overtures for the next General Assembly of the PCUSA in St Louis.

Register for October 17


November 28th 8pm EST - Resistance in Advent (Worship and Prayer Resources)
Led by Jessie Light and Timothy Wotring

Peacemaking work is unsustainable unless we regularly root ourselves in communal practices of spiritual refreshment. Join us for some worship and inspiration for resistance.

Register for November 28