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PPFers Engage in Ecumenical Advocacy Days 2017

This year's theme was “Confronting Chaos, Forging Community: Challenging Racism, Materialism and Militarism" with an “ask” to Congress grounded in Martin Luther King Jr.’s anti-Vietnam speech, given 50 years ago, on the triple threat facing the US then and still today: racism, materialism, and militarism.

PPF Statement on Syria

We place our faith, hope, and trust in God alone. We renounce violence as a means to further selfish national interests, to procure wealth, or to dominate others. We will practice boldly the things that make for peace and look for the day when ‘they shall beat their swords into ploughshares, and their spears into pruning-hooks; nation shall not lift up sword against nation, neither shall they learn war anymore.’

Statement of Solidarity with Omar Barghouti

The Presbyterian Peace Fellowship joins in the public support for Omar Barghouti and affirms our solidarity with him. Omar is a Palestinian human rights defender and co-founder of the BDS (Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions) movement.

Meet Ruth: 100th Activist Council Member

Ruth Hamilton of Washington, D.C. recently signed up online to become a member of the PPF Activist Council. It didn't take long for her to do, but once she clicked "submit" at the bottom of the form, she helped us reach an important milestone. One hundred people have now joined the Activist Council!

Peace Seeking Churches: PPF Plans Outreach to Congregations

Peace Seeking Churches is a working group of the Presbyterian Peace Fellowship Activist Council. Our mission is to promote the values of PPF as recorded in our statements “What We Believe!” and “The Peacemaker’s Creed” by establishing peace partnerships with and supporting the peacemaking efforts of PC (USA) churches, seminaries, and governing bodies.

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