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PPF Trains Accompaniers Still Needed in Colombia

Despite the ongoing Colombian peace process, which has led to demobilization of a guerrilla army, FARC, and to a Nobel Peace Prize for President Juan Manuel Santos, the need for accompaniment in Costa and Urabá presbyteries continues.

Communion Liturgy for World Communion Sunday 2017

A communion liturgy for World Communion Sunday 2017 by Emily Brewer for you to use and adapt as needed

Broad Progressive Coalition Marches on UN to Protest Netanyahu-Trump Alliance

Following Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and President Donald Trump’s addresses to the UN General Assembly, over 200 New Yorkers from a broad coalition of progressive movements - led by American Muslims for Palestine-NJ, Jewish Voice for Peace-NYC, and Presbyterian Peace Fellowship - marched before the UN in protest of their shared policies of racism and xenophobia.

Repentance and Action in the Wake of Charlottesville

As thousands of clergy and other religious leaders gathered in cities across the United States yesterday to stand against white supremacy, many PPF Activist Council members were among them. We were there because we know that white supremacy is violence. We were there because since our creation over 70 years ago, we have opposed all war, and white supremacy has been waging war on Black people in the United States and globally.

PPF Statement on North Korea and Charlottesville

We are called to be makers of peace even and perhaps most especially in a world of hatred and violence, bombastic rhetoric, and overwhelming vitriol. As followers of the One we call Christ, we know and believe that justice cannot be created through violence and domination but through courageous acts of love.

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