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  • logo for Presbyterian Peace Fellowship FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Presbyterian Worship-Action Kit for February Gun Violence Prevention (1/14/2019) - Feb. 14 Anniversary of Parkland, FL School Shooting & Feb. 17 Universal Day of Prayer for Students As the new Congress receives a bi-partisan bill for Universal Background Checks, Presbyterians can receive a Worship-Action Kit to mark the anniversary of the shooting at the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School on Feb. 14 and the Universal Day of … Read More
  • The Holy Migrant Family #PCUSAWallofWelcome (12/22/2018) - This post was written by Timothy Wotring as part of the Advent #PCUSAWallofWelcome series that PPF and the Office of Immigration Issues has gathered. Timothy is a member of the PPF Activist Council, a graduate of Union Theological Seminary in New York, and lives in Philadelphia. He writes often on his blog, blackflagtheology.com. Stories shape … Read More
  • You shall not mistreat, oppress, or exploit #PCUSAWallofWelcome (12/20/2018) - This post by Ezequiel Herrera is part of the #PCUSAWallofWelcome Advent series on migration gathered by the PCUSA Office of Immigration Issues and PPF. Follow #PCUSAWallofWelcome on social media to see other posts and reflections.  The first stanza of the Advent hymn O Come, O Come Emmanuel reads… O come, o come Emmanuel To free … Read More
  • The Border in All Our Communities #PCUSAWallofWelcome (12/20/2018) - My journey into the immigrant rights movement wasn’t really planned. After college, I didn’t really know what I wanted in my life. So, like many young Presbyterians, I decided to join the Young Adult Volunteer Program, or YAV, as a way to figure out where God was calling me after university. After a long period … Read More
  • Mobile Congregation #PCUSAWallofWelcome (12/18/2018) - This reflection was written by Rev. Dr. Gregory Cuéllar as a part of the #PCUSAWallofWelcome Advent Series of reflections on migration gathered by PPF and the PCUSA Office of Immigration Issues.  The mobile congregation is without a building or a set location, rather they are people of faith. What kind a faith is this? What is … Read More
  • I Don’t Look for God in the Face of the Migrant #PCUSAWallofWelcome (12/17/2018) - This reflection was written by Alison Wood as a part of the #PCUSAWallofWelcome Advent Series of reflections on migration gathered by PPF and the PCUSA Office of Immigration Issues.  I don’t look for God in the face of the migrant.   People migrating are first people, and I know how easy it is to see … Read More