Seeking peace. Striving for justice. Together.
From our colleagues in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) Office of Public Witness
Support the people of South Sudan
Please contact your members of congress and urge them to support increased diplomatic initiatives and funding for humanitarian aid for South Sudan. And, urge the Secretary of State and President to use all possible means to continue to press for humanitarian access.
The people of South Sudan are in desperate need of help. On April 12, the United States along with the European Union and the United Nations out lined the problems and called for immediate action in a statement ...
A number of our partners in the Holy Land send Easter greetings.
From Bishop Dr. Munib Younan of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Jordan and the Holy Land:
I beg you to pray for Arab and Middle East Christians in this region that they may be filled with the power of hope in the Resurrection. I ask you to not forget us nor cease accompanying us in our journey, for our mission is yours and yours is ours. Our mission continues to be one of a prophetic Church, implanting the power of Resurrection Peace in the hearts of all peoples ...
Our staff will join young adults and people of all ages in Syria and around the world in prayer for peace tomorrow.
From the Presbyterian News Service:
A group of young adults from churches across Syria are calling for the world to join them in kindling the candle of peace by praying together simultaneously on Friday, April 11, at 9:00 p.m. GMT (5:00 p.m. EDT).
The call comes from the Syrian Multimedia Youth Team:
The Syrian Multimedia Youth Team works for positive change within Syrian society by using modern media and technology to encourage local development ...
By Esther Lee
I had the privilege of attending the Compassion, Peace and Justice (CPJ) Training (March 21) and the Ecumenical Advocacy Days (EAD) (March 21-24) gathering in Washington D.C.
The CPJ training started at the New York Avenue Presbyterian Church, where Presbyterian peacemakers congregated from all over the nation. The day consisted of registration, meet and greets, opening worship and welcoming, a panel discussion, a luncheon discussion with workshops in between, and a final sending service. As I helped lead the workshop “Faith Communities Working Together to Prevent Violence” with Christine Hong, Associate for Theology: Interfaith Relations and ...
The UNICEF Tap Project invites you to go without your phone to help children in need of clean water. Are you up for the challenge?
For every ten minutes you don’t touch your phone, UNICEF Tap Project donors and sponsors can fund one day of clean water for a child in need.* It’s that simple.
Take the Challenge!
Your total time will help UNICEF provide clean water and sanitation to children in need around the world.
1. Visit uniceftapproject.org on your phone.
2. Begin the challenge right away to see how long you can go without your ...