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Latest Blog Posts

  • Let’s Imagine (5/5/2020) - This blog comes to us from Laura Haney, a current Young Adult Volunteer (YAV) in Tucson, AZ, and PPF 2020 General Assembly intern. How do we change the world? In Emergent Strategy: Shaping Change, Changing Worlds, adrienne marie brown makes a wonderful point about the ways we can use science fiction writing as a way … Read More
  • A circle of people gathered in a lobby next to a giant earth ball Statement on the PC(USA) General Assembly 2020 and Covid-19 (4/18/2020) - The Presbyterian Peace Fellowship (PPF) has long been an active participant in the Presbyterian Church (USA) General Assembly (GA) that happens every other year. As an advocacy group at GA, we are committed to grassroots organizing in our denomination and the pursuit of justice rooted in our faith in God’s peaceful kin-dom. That work happens … Read More
  • Care and Action during Coronavirus – Webinars (3/31/2020) -  
  • Community during coronavirus (3/13/2020) - So many elements of life and community are being forced to adapt and change on a very fast timeline, and so many people are facing great uncertainty and very understandable fear. We know how to show up for each other in times like these, and we need to. OUR RESPONSE Public health is our shared … Read More
  • Why General Assembly Matters…for Presbyterians and beyond the PC(USA) (2/24/2020) - By Emily Brewer and Rick Ufford-Chase We’ve heard it. We’ve probably said it. Maybe you have too: Does General Assembly even matter? Does it change anything? Is it worth all of the time and money and energy that hundreds and even thousands of Presbyterians spend on it?  (Also, maybe you’re saying “I’m not even sure … Read More
  • 2020 Peaceseeker Award: Michelle Muñiz Vega (2/18/2020) - PPF is honored to announce that the 2020 Peaceseeker is Michelle Muñiz Vega. The Peaceseeker Award has given annually by PPF since the 1960’s to call attention to and celebrate Presbyterians who are making a significant contribution to peace, and Michelle is certainly a significant contribution to peace in Puerto Rico and in the PCUSA. … Read More