Nuclear Weapons

Take Action for Nuclear Disarmament

The Presbyterian Peace Fellowship, in consultation with Mark Koenig of the Presbyterian Peace Program, requests your action regarding the new START treaty that President Obama and Russian President Dmitry Medvedev signed on April 8, 2010. Ratification requires approval first of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and then the support of at least 67 senators on the floor.

We ask you to write members of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee immediately (it may come out of committee on July 27) and your own Senators before August 3 (when it may come to a vote).

Tell your senators: Don't play politics with nuclear weapons.

After a year of negotiations, the US and Russia signed a new treaty to reduce nuclear weapons stockpiles in both countries and make the world that much safer.

A supermajority of 67 senators is needed to ratify the New Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (New START).

Click here to send a message to your senator

Christian Obedience in a Nuclear Age

Christian Obedience in a Nuclear Age

This policy statement still finds relevance over 20 years after it was adopted by the PC(USA).

The statement originated in actions of the 195th General Assembly
(1983), the 197th General Assembly (1985), and the 199th General As-