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Presbyterian Peacemaking Program
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What We Do

About the International Peacemaker Program


In an increasingly conflict-ridden and fragmented world, the God who grants peace and wholeness calls Christians to understand and address the root causes of violence and injustice so that we may share in mending the brokenness that exists in our world. Peacemaking is the human response to God’s gift of peace giving. The Presbyterian Peacemaking Program invites leaders from our partner churches around the world to share their experiences as peacemakers in their own lands.

As these International Peacemakers share their stories, they help us to understand the peace and justice concerns of others around the world while giving insights to those in our own communities. Moreover, they broaden our sense of God’s inclusive family and so better equip us to build a culture of peace and nonviolence for all God’s children.


Thanks to a collaborative effort between the Presbyterian Peacemaking Program and World Mission, some International Peacemakers will be accompanied by PC(USA) mission workers. Together they will share stories of how churches in these countries live out the Gospel. Our hope is that this will deepen and broaden the faith life of the Presbyterians who hear these stories.


International Peacemakers are available to mid-councils*, Presbyterian colleges and seminaries for itineration through the Presbyterian Peacemaking Program. Requests for International Peacemakers must be made through your mid-council's peacemaking or mission committee.  Requests will be honored on a first-come, first-served basis.with preference given to first-time requests and those who have not hosted an International Peacemaker in recent years. All applications must be completed in full. Please ensure that your middle governing body is included in the planning of your International Peacemaker’s visit.


The 2014 applications are now available through June 30, 2014Apply now



  • Thank you for your comment about the International Peacemakers itineration. We had hoped that we'd be able to post their itineration this year, but for a number of reasons that didn't happen. The peacemakers have been out there for 2 weeks, but they still have one week left. Let us know where you are, and we'll check to see if there is anyone near you. If so, we'll get you their schedule or get you to the right person to advise. by Carl Horton PC(USA) Staff on 10/08/2012 at 11:16 a.m.

  • How do I find info regarding where the International Peacemakers will be speaking? I live in a very rural area and have this issue, yearly, trying to get information on their destinations. I would like to travel to one of the sites and be a part of this terrific, educational program! When I enter a search item, it takes me to this page and the info is not here... by jane on 10/08/2012 at 10:04 a.m.

  • Hosts of International Peacemakers are asked to provide room, board and ground transportation within your local area. by Carl Horton PC(USA) Staff on 05/15/2012 at 12:36 p.m.

  • Is room, board & Ground transportation in the local area the responsibility of the host congregation? by Jim on 05/15/2012 at 11:50 a.m.

  • I used to do a lot locally, nationally and internationally. My health has gotten much better, and I'd like to do more, again. by Jerry Benjamin on 04/12/2011 at 11:40 p.m.

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