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Peacemaking in the global neighborhood


Opportunities for Ministry

Colombia Accompaniment Program

In response to the request of the Iglesia Presbiteriana de Colombia for Presbyterians to accompany it as the situation of repression escalates, the PC(USA) has initiated a program of sending short-term volunteers to Colombia in teams of two or three persons for four to eight weeks. The Colombia Accompaniment Program is a joint project of the Office on Latin America and the Caribbean of World Mission, the Presbyterian Peacemaking Program and the Presbyterian Peace Fellowship.

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Democratic Republic of Congo



Travel/study seminar in South Africa and Malawi

The Presbyterian Peacemaking Program, working with the International AIDS Ministry and the Presbyterian AIDS Network, facilitated a travel/study seminar in South Africa and Malawi in February and March 2008. The ten participants came from seven presbyteries and ranged in age from young adults to retirees. Group members shared a deep commitment to address HIV and AIDS. They also learned more about the impact of HIV and AIDS and how our partner churches are responding and sought to discern ways to become more involved personally and to engage U.S. Presbyterians in action.



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Development Assistance

  • Import Peace - fair trade, organic Palestinian olive oil                 


The video Korea's Hope: Reconciliation and Peace features the Rev. Dr. Syngman Rhee, former NCC president and Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) moderator.  Dr. Rhee supports the dream of many Koreans that North and South Korea will be reunited or federated and that separated Korean families may once again see each other.  Produced by the National Training Center for Resource Center Directors in Richmond, Va., Korea's Hope may be purchased for $20 postpaid by calling (804) 354-9953.

The 215th General Assembly (2003) of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) adopted A Joint Statement on Peace and Reunification of Korea with the Presbyterian Church of Korea and the Presbyterian Church in the Republic of Korea.

Making Peace with the Earth

General Assembly Policy


Myanmar (Burma)


Northern Ireland

The Philippines

Stopping Torture

General Assembly Policy


Study Materials

Out of Horror Hope Curriculum by No2Torture

Worship Materials

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The Sudan Advocacy Action Forum (SAAF) coordinates prayer and advocacy efforts on behalf of the people of Sudan. Sponsors include the PC(USA), the Reformed Church of America, individual congregations of other denominations, and non-denominational congregations.

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