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  • Testimony and Reflection from GA223 (8/9/2018) - Against 08-03 I’m Olivia Thomas from Baton Rouge Louisiana and I’m a member of the Midsouth Presbytery. I am speaking against 08-03.  Home is a funny thing. It took me leaving Louisiana to fall head over heels in love with her. My favorite thing to do during college was to invite friends home with me … Read More
  • Colombians Ask for Prayer Amid Increasing Death Threats (7/20/2018) - The Presbyterian Peace Fellowship expresses its solidarity with the Iglesia Presbiteriana de Colombia (IPC) — the Presbyterian Church of Colombia — and joins them in denouncing the most recent death threats made by an armed group called the Aguiles Negras (Black Eagles) against social leaders, human rights defenders, journalists, and members of JUSTAPAZ. PPF has … Read More
  • PPF Report on GA223 (7/11/2018) - “Holy One, we give you thanks for the gift of our feet! They have taken us to many places–places of celebration, places of sorrow, places of beauty, and places that challenge our understanding. Give us rest, we pray, that we may recuperate and arise refreshed and ready to walk in solidarity with your people again … Read More
  • Fossil Free PCUSA Seeks Forward Movement After Defeat Of Fossil Fuel Divestment Proposal (6/22/2018) - For Immediate Release Contact: rev. abby mohaupt,; Rev. Emily Brewer 929-251-3277 A proposal to fully divest the denomination’s foundation and pension accounts from all fossil fuel companies failed in the Presbyterian Church (USA)’s General Assembly Friday. Fossil Free PCUSA, a project of Presbyterian Peace Fellowship (PPF), led the advocacy effort on behalf of divestment, and … Read More
  • 2018 Anne Barstow and Tom Driver Award for Excellence in Nonviolent Direct Action in Retirement Goes to Rev. Peggy Howland (6/10/2018) - PPF is honored to name Rev. Peggy Howland the 2018 recipient of the Anne Barstow and Tom Driver Award for Nonviolent Direct Action in Retirement. Named for long-time nonviolence advocates Anne Barstow and Tom Driver, the annual award recognizes the unique contribution that retirees can make to a more just and peaceful world. Peggy HowlandFrom … Read More
  • Statement in Support of the Overture (09-08) on Nuclear Disarmament (6/9/2018) - Media Contact: Jan Orr-Harter 817-291-3952 Joint Statement from Presbyterian Voices for Justice and the Presbyterian Peace Fellowship in Support of the Overture (09-08) on Nuclear Disarmament, as Submitted by the Presbytery of New Hope in Raleigh, NC The Overture On Seeking God’s Peace Through Nuclear Disarmament in the 21st Century from the Presbytery of … Read More