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Children are not just tomorrow, they are today.
—“A Vision for Children and the Church,” 205th General Assembly (1993)

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Presbyterians hear the voices of children and want to speak with them as well as for them. We believe that children have “first call” on the world’s resources and should be first in the minds and hearts of the world's adults.

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The Presbyterian Washington Office is the public policy information and advocacy office for the PC(USA).

In addition to being the church’s voice on public policy issues, the Washington Office helps Presbyterians to be faithful advocates through issues networks that provide:

  • timely updates on pending national legislation affecting children
  • PC(USA) public policy statements
  • tools to advocate on behalf of children

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Pursuing peace

The Presbyterian Peacemaking Office helps the church grow in its witness and commitment to peacemaking. It offers a variety of resources, events and programs to assist Presbyterians in responding to the Biblical call to "seek peace and pursue it."

Join with others to pursue peace for children.

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Seeking Peace




  • Dear Bro/ Sis, Its really passion to be a part of such mission. i am a professional working with a secular NGO in India and eager to be part of serving the vulnerables in India. if you have any network in India were i can server the deprived in India through my profession. God Bless each one Thanks John Mathew by John Mathew on 09/26/2011 at 2:28 a.m.

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