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Endorsement of “De-Policing the Gun Violence Prevention Movement Policy Playbook”(2/5/2021)-The wolf shall live with the lamb, the leopard shall lie down with the kid,the calf and the lion and the fatling together, and a little child shall lead them. Isaiah 11:6-9 Presbyterian Peace Fellowship (PPF) is excited to announce our endorsement of the De-Policing the Gun Violence Prevention (GVP) Movement Policy Playbook. The Policy Playbook … Read More
Response to Insurrection(1/7/2021)-Yesterday (January 6, 2021) we witnessed an alarming insurrection in the US as pro-Trump supporters broke into the Capitol building. Their events yesterday were alarming, but not surprising given Trump’s rhetoric and threats and the increasing fascism and overt violence we have seen in the past weeks and years. We know that democracy is fragile, … Read More
Statement on Stony Point Center Transitions(11/9/2020)-Like so many, we in the Presbyterian Peace Fellowship are deeply saddened to hear of the new phase that Stony Point Center will be entering into where they will dramatically downsize and lay off all of the staff. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Presbyterian Mission Agency, which manages Stony Point Center, decided in October … Read More
Permission to Grieve(11/4/2020)-Beloved peace seekers, We write while the result of the presidential election is still uncertain and may remain uncertain for some time. We wish we were with you to make you a cup of tea, or give you a hug, or whatever you would find comforting, probably because we’re reaching for some small thing that … Read More
PPF Mourns Peacemaker Albeiro Suárez after Assassination(10/30/2020)-We received the tragic news that a partner of the Iglesia Presbiteriana de Colombia, Albeiro Suárez, was assassinated last week. Albeiro was an ex-combatant of the FARC* and leader of a community in Meta in central Colombia. Albeiro was a leader of a community of ex-combatants and was deeply committed to the peace process in … Read More
A Rewritten Lamentations 5(10/30/2020)-By Timothy Wotring, member of Presbyterian Peace Fellowship’s Executive Committee During this time of quarantine and protest; of rage and frustration; of confusion and fear, the Bible provides for us a much-needed resource: lament. Six centuries before the birth of Christ, the Babylonian Empire ransacked Jerusalem in Ancient Judah. They forcefully removed thousands of Hebrew … Read More