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concrete activities that build capacity, including education


  • The Commitment to Peacemaking calls Presbyterians and congregations to peacemaking as a central declaration of the gospel.  The Commitment provides an invitation and challenge to grow in transforming cultures of violence into communities of peace and engages new communities and future generations in peacemaking.  Learn more 

Contact:, (800) 728-7228, x8700


Contact:, 800-728-7228 ext. 5624


  • Enough for Everyone is a lifestyle integrity and education program that focuses on the big picture of our economic lives and asks not only what our dollars do in the offering plate, but what our dollars do in the marketplace, by offering educational materials, lifestyle awareness and simple living programs, and providing access to responsibly produced alternatives that are themselves efforts to alleviate hunger and poverty. Learn more

Contact:, 800-728-7228 ext. 5832


  • Faith-Based Local Food Initiatives supports the development of just and sustainable local/regional food economies in the United States and overseas through leadership development, AmeriCorps VISTA volunteers, Food Justice Fellows, grants, educational materials and partnerships. Learn more

Contact:, 800-728-7228 ext. 5388


  • Gun Violence Prevention calls Presbyterians to embrace Jesus’ way of nonviolence in a culture permeated by violence and fear.  The initiative builds public awareness of the epidemic of preventable gun-related deaths and injuries and advocates for sensible legislation to address the widespread and indiscriminate sales of weapons and accessibility of military and assault-style weapons. Learn more

 Contact:, 800-728-7228 ext. 5200


Contact:, 800-728-7228 ext. 5832


  • Speaking Truth to Power provides action alerts and legislative updates that help Presbyterians make a difference through engagement with their elected officials in Washington.  Sign up here.  Learn more

Contact Leslie Woods,, 202-543-1126


Contact Mark Koenig,, 212-697-4568



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