Undoing Racism

Sermon on Charlottesville by Rev. Christine Caton

August 13, 2017 sermon in response to the violence in Charlottesville, VA on August 12, 2017

Blessed are the People of Color

Blessed are the People of Color who dwell in the US, for theirs is God’s Cosmic Reign of Hope and Justice.
Blessed are the antiracists and peace-doers, for they shall bring forth a new world.
Blessed are those filled with rage at injustice, for they are the passion of God.

Largest Activist Council Gathering & Training Takes Place in Chicago

On April 27-29, over 70 members of the PPF Activist Council gathered in Chicago for training in how to apply nonviolent direct action to three area of PPF focus: Climate Change, Colombia and Preventing Gun Violence.

Resistance Seminar: Mission as a Move to the Margins

One-hour video of a conversation between Aric Clark and Linda Eastwood about decolonizing mission work.

Resistance Seminars

Wednesday, February 1, 2017 to Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Faithful ResistanceWe are living in a time that calls for peaceful resistance. The urgency of that calling is being discovered by more people than it has in a long time. To harness that energy and equip the saints for their work it is meet that we should gather, share best practices, sharpen our minds, and organize. Therefore, you are invited to join Rev. Aric Clark in the Resistance Seminars.

Ecumenical Advocacy Days

Friday, April 21, 2017 to Monday, April 24, 2017

No Muslim Registry

I went for a walk down Pennsylvania Avenue with our Muslim brothers and sisters about the Muslim registry. It was organized by MoveOn.org and DRUM. We marched from the Justice Deaprtment to the White House. There is an open petition asking President Obama to shut down the NSEERS. 133,000 people have signed. Please give it your consideration.

Correcting our Mistakes

Written by Bob Ross

We spent much of our first full day at Standing Rock fixing problems that we created. We locked our keys in our car as soon as we arrived. That was embarrassing. There was stuff in the car that we needed. And, well, we need to get home at some point.

A Reflection on Standing Rock: Water Protectors, The Law, and Economics

By John Gianoulis, a first year student at Underground Seminary who visited Standing Rock one month ago

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