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PPF Is Hiring: Manager of Communications and Digital Organizing(11/21/2023)-The Presbyterian Peace Fellowship seeks a half-time Manager of Communications and Digital Organizing to create, implement, and manage a communications strategy that amplifies the mission of PPF and grows and activates our base of activists, faith-rooted organizers, and donors. About PPF The Presbyterian Peace Fellowship (PPF) is a nation-wide community of Presbyterians who seek to follow Christ’s … Read More
Rev. Dr. Laurie Lyter Bright Becomes Next PPF Executive Director(10/31/2023)-After a summer of interviews, discernment, and prayer, Presbyterian Peace Fellowship is excited and proud to introduce Rev. Dr. Laurie Lyter Bright as our new Executive Director! Her time with us began Monday, October 23. “I’m elated to be moving deeper into God’s calling by joining Presbyterian Peace Fellowship as executive director,” Laurie shares. “The … Read More
The Time to Act to Prevent Gun Violence Is Now(10/27/2023)-Once again, a community in the United States is terrorized by a white man with a semi-automatic assault style rifle. This time it is in Maine. According to Gun Violence Archives, including last night’s shooting in Lewiston where at least 18 were killed and over a dozen more injured, there have been 565 American mass … Read More
Take Action for Gaza(10/18/2023)-“… guide our feet in the way of peace” As recent events in Gaza and Israel underscore, the first casualty of war is innocent lives. The hundreds who died in the explosions at al-Ahli Hospital in Gaza City are the most recent civilian lives lost in the violence in the region. More than 3,400 people … Read More
Presbyterian Peace Fellowship’s Statement on Israel and Gaza(10/10/2023)-For from the least to the greatest of them, everyone is greedy for unjust gain; and from prophet to priest, everyone deals falsely. They have treated the wound of my people carelessly, saying, ‘Peace, peace’, when there is no peace. (Jeremiah 6:13-14) With the words of Jeremiah ringing in our ears, Presbyterian Peace Fellowship condemns … Read More