Seeking peace. Striving for justice. Together.
April 11 is designated as Holocaust Remembrance Day by the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). Here is a litany of lighting candles for this day. May we remember.The Lighting of Memorial Candles One: We light candles in memory of those who were...
Observe World Interfaith Harmony Week We live in an interfaith world. This brings challenges and opportunities. Respectful Presence: An Understanding of Interfaith Prayer and Celebration from a Reformed Christian Perspective, a document commended to congregations and governing bodies of the...
About Human Rights Day
Liturgical and action resources
by Onaje Crawford
Today, during the weekly chapel service at the Church Center for the United Nations, the Presbyterian Ministry at the United Nations, along with the Mennonite Central Committee UN Office, and the United Methodist Women, honored the international effort to bring peace to the Korean Peninsula with scripture, song, and prayer. Together we petitioned God to lead the Korean Peninsula away from war and to bring reconciliation, peace, and unity so that the people can return to functioning as one country after almost 70 years of division. Saturday marks the 60th anniversary of the Armistice ending the fighting ...
God of grace and goodness,
what we claim as our own,
you create and give to us.
What we would use for ourselves alone,
you entrust to us for the blessing of all.
Where we perceive scarcity,
you provide enough for all.
Where we grasp and hoard,
you invite us to share.
Where we privilege some at the expense of others,
you endow all with value, worth and dignity
Where we divide and exclude,
you invite and welcome all to the table.
When we turn from your way,
you love us still.
When we fall short,
you make possible new ...