Nonviolent Witness

International Day of Peace

Sunday, September 21, 2014

Launch of “Campaign Nonviolence,” endorsed by PPF.

Info at paceebene.org.

Georgia Peace and Justice Walk

Saturday, April 26, 2014 to Saturday, May 3, 2014

The 120-mile "Right to Peace” walk will culminate with a rally at the Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) in Atlanta.

Presbyterians Attend Meeting in Beirut, Called by the Synod of Syria and Lebanon

About twenty Presbyterians from the U.S. attended a Consultation called by the National Evangelical Synod of Syria and Lebanon, January 14-16 because the Synod churches are in a crisis situation. They asked their church partners to help them review their planned response to the needs of displaced persons inside Syria and refugees that have flooded other countries.

9 Messages on the Israeli Separation Wall

These photos were taken by Yenny Delgado, Jeri Perkins, and Matt Skolnik in January 2014 while they were members of a peaceseeking delegation to Israel and Palestine, as chronicled in Dispatches from the Holy Land.

We are humans

Apply for a PPF Peace Community Partnership Grant

Due by April 15, 2014

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Ecumenical Advocacy Days

Friday, March 21, 2014 to Monday, March 24, 2014

Come to the 12th annual Ecumenical Advocacy Days and join hundreds of other Christians in "Resisting Violence, Building Peace." Guided by the image of Jesus weeping over a capital city that turned from the true way of peace (Luke 19:41-42), we will expose the violence that pervades our culture and world.

Compassion Peace and Justice Training Day

Friday, March 21, 2014

In a world where more than 45 million people worldwide are uprooted from their homes by persecution and armed conflict, deadly conflicts over natural resources are erupting around the world, and 3,000 children are killed in the US by guns each year, what is the role of the Presbyterian Church in working towards a world where all can flourish in peace and security?

Presbyterians Participate in Vigil to Close the SOA

For the 17th straight year, the Presbyterian Peace Fellowship participated in the November rally and vigil at the gates of Fort Benning to call for closing the School of Americas/WHINSEC. The weekend was filled with vibrant witness as the gathering of thousands participated in both traditional and creative new actions.

What Is the Occupation-Free Fund?

We are delighted that we have added a new “Occupation-Free” fund option within the endowment. As the endowment grows, all endowment donors will have an option to give to the general endowment fund or the Occupation-Free fund, or both, until the Israeli occupation ends.

Honduras: Observing a Stolen Election?

I found myself – along with 2012 Colombia accompanier Vimary Couvertier-Cruz – representing PPF as part of the largest group of election observers in Honduras: 166 of us, gathered up by the Honduras Solidarity Network. We were in for a Colombia “déjà vu.”

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