Undoing Racism

Celebrating Martin Luther King, Jr: A Sermon

Rev. Roger Scott Powers shares his sermon on racial inequity in today's United States.


For generations the words of Dr. Martin Luther King have continued to ring true that Sunday morning remains the most segregated time in the American week. Our churches are not just segregated by the faces of those sitting in our pews week in and week out, but also by the ways we continue to uphold systemic injustice in every facet of our culture. For this reason, among others, the Presbyterian Peace Fellowship was dismayed to see the One Great Hour of Sharing promotional materials put forth by our denomination.

New Member of the Alianza2638! Nuevo miembro de la Alianza2638!

Alianza2638 tiene un nuevo miembro! Ed es nativo de Chicago. Él enseña educación física a l@s estudiantes de la Academia de Liderazgo del Pueblo.  Él le gusta comer sano (des cuenta a la mezcla de frutos secos) y está acostumbrado al nieve y frio de Chicago. Está animando a l@s demas de la Alianza2638 para disfrutarlo y no resentirse delo!

Four people arrested in police brutality protest co-hosted by Mercy Junction

Four people have been arrested in a police brutality protest co-hosted by Mercy Junction. The protest, organized by Concerned Citizens for Justice, was part of the Oct. 22 National Day of Action Against Police Brutality.

Weekend of Resistance in Ferguson, MO

Friday, October 10, 2014 to Monday, October 13, 2014

Anyone who would like to receive organizing information via the Faith in Ferguson listserv can send an email to faithinferguson@gmail.com and request to be added.

2015 Convocation of Peacemakers

Thursday, June 4, 2015 to Sunday, June 7, 2015

Peace and justice activists from across the country are invited to gather at Stony Point Center (Stony Point, NY) for the Presbyterian Peace Fellowship's Convocation of Peacemakers to explore "The Art of Waging Peace" through plenary presentations, small group discussions, workshops, Open Space conversations, powerful preaching, and inspiring worship.

From Ferguson: What I Heard

Mercy Junction founder/evangelist, the Rev. Brian Merritt, arrived in Ferguson, Mo., on Aug. 21, at the height of protesters being met with a violent police response following the police shooting death of unarmed teenager Michael Brown. This was Brian’s third update after arriving.

Faithful Response to Ferguson

The Presbyterian Peace Fellowship stands with those participating in non-violent acts for justice.

PPF Announces Seven Peace Communities

As the PPF works to strengthen our witness to Jesus Christ in the PC(USA), we begin a new and exciting partnership with seven intentional peace communities. Because there are many ways across the church to live in Christian community outside of traditional congregational life, we desire to connect with and support intentional peace communities involved in inspiring peace work across the country.