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Host the International Peacemaker from Colombia!

Invite International Peacemaker, the Rev. Diego Higuita-Arango of Colombia to visit your presbytery, synod, seminary or college. He is available from September 26 through October 20. Diego has recently been elected as the executive secretary of the Presbyterian Church of Colombia (IPC).

Seminary behind bars

By Le Anne Clausen

I spent spring term of seminary in prison serving a 30-day sentence for civil disobedience at the School of the Americas.

Colombia Overtures

  • Overture 11-21: Peacemaking in Colombia


    Click Here for PPF analysis of Colombia overtures

    or Click Here to download PPF's complete analysis of peace-related overtures.

Who Causes the Violence in Colombia?

by Sarah Henken, PPF Colombia Accompaniment Coordinator

On March 6, 2008 I was privileged to participate along with a number of other PPFers in a demonstration in Washington DC that remembered the victims of the violence in Colombia—the many thousands who have lost their lives, those who have been disappeared, as well as the millions who have been forcibly displaced from their lands and those who continue to face harassment, persecution, and assassination for their insistence in standing up for human rights.

Colombia Accompaniment Training

Stony Point Center

Please consider joining us for a weekend of discernment, orientation and preparation to serve with the PPF as a volunteer accompanier in Colombia.

If you’d like more information about this event, please contact

Take action to stop the U.S.-Colombia FTA

Support our prisoners of conscience

As a result of their acts of civil disobedience in protest of the SOA/WHINSEC last Novemeber, our two Presbyterian prisoners of conscience reported to begin serving their sentences on April 3. LeAnne Clausen will be in a county jail for 30 days and Chris Lieberman was assigned to a federal prison for 60 days.

Please take a moment to send them a letter of support:

Close the SOA/WHINSEC!

Join the Presbyterian Peace Fellowship and thousands of others this November 21-23, 2008 in Ft. Benning, GA, for the Vigil and Direct Action to Close the SOA/WHINSEC.

Join Presbyterians for a breakfast on Saturday at 7am ($10; $5 for student). Reservations are required.

March with PPF during Sunday's vigil.