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Faithful Response to Ferguson

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

A Terrible Test of Faith

A sermon preached by the Rev. Roger Scott Powers
at Light Street Presbyterian Church in Baltimore
on Sunday, June 29, 2014.
Genesis 22:1-14

The story of Abraham and Isaac is one of the most dramatic stories in the Bible. And yet, in my fourteen years of parish ministry, I have never once preached on it. Come to think of it, I'm not sure I've ever heard anyone preach on it!

Gun Violence Prevention Talk

Monday, June 16, 2014

3:00 – 4 :00 pm     

Discussion at the PPF Booth 609/708 in COBO

PPF Twitter Chat on Peacemaking Issues at GA

Read the archive of the June 11, 2014 Twitter chat where tweeters discussed issues from divestment to marriage equality.

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.

Promoting Gun Violence Prevention Sabbath Weekend


Visit for resources to help promote the 2014 National Gun Violence Prevention Sabbath Weekend


Here are some of the resources available:

Jim Atwood Selected as 2014 Peaceseeker

The Rev. James E. Atwood has been unanimously selected by the Presbyterian Peace Fellowship National Committee to receive the 2014 Peaceseeker Award. The award will be presented at the Peace Breakfast at the Detroit General Assembly in June, 2014.

Gun Violence: A Faithful Response

Thursday, October 24, 2013 to Friday, October 25, 2013

A Conversation about the Church’s Responsibility

At the Stony Point Center: 17 Cricketown Rd, Stony Point, NY

Overall Goals: