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  • Specifics and the Systems on the Border – Accompaniment Report from CPT Partners (1/21/2020) - This report is written by Carol Rose, an accompanier with Christian Peacemaker Teams, and was originally posted here . Together, Presbyterian Peace Fellowship and CPT seek to provide continuous short-term accompaniment at the request of our partners in Agua Prieta. We are glad to partner with CPT in this way to support out partners in … Read More
  • Colombians join together to begin a national strike again on Jan 21, calling for intersectional justice (1/20/2020) - In the United States, today is the day that we celebrate and remember the life, teachings, and legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Perhaps more than anyone else in US consciousness, Dr. King embodies the ethic of nonviolence. Like King, our Colombian partners understand that nonviolence is not passive. It is active and … Read More
  • logo for Presbyterian Peace Fellowship War is Never the Answer – Resources (1/15/2020) - The first ten days of 2020 have been marked by fear and uncertainty about escalating tensions with Iran.  As we continue to watch the news and pray that this decade is not marked by a war on Iran, it is important to keep a few facts in mind: The US assassination of General Solemani was … Read More
  • A group of people seated and preparing to sing in a very ornate church sanctuary The Prince of Peace is not the God of War (12/19/2019) - This Advent Reflection comes to us from Geoff Browning, a member of the PPF Peace Church working group. PPF is raising $80,000 to power our work in 2020 – we hope you’ll donate to support us! To learn more about becoming a Peace Church, go here. Every year I make a point of attending the … Read More
  • 2019 Peaceseeker Award: Lincoln Park Presbyterian Church & First United Church of Oak Park (12/4/2019) - The purpose of the PPF Peaceseeker Award is to give well-deserved recognition to those who have made a serious commitment to working for justice and peace, particularly work that has influenced Presbyterians and the PC(USA). It is also intended to inspire others to get engaged in this work that is central to our calling. In … Read More
  • 2019 Peaceseeker Award: Lincoln Park Presbyterian Church & First United Church of Oak Park (11/21/2019) - The purpose of the PPF Peaceseeker Award is to give well-deserved recognition to those who have made a serious commitment to working for justice and peace, particularly work that has influenced Presbyterians and the PC(USA). It is also intended to inspire others to get engaged in this work that is central to our calling. In … Read More