Standing Our Holy Ground is a year-long (2019-2020) free webinar series that challenges the faith community to stand up against gun violence, and explores how people of faith can respond and act to bring about change. Ten Things You Can Do to End Gun Violence are suggestions approved by the 2019 General Assembly (2010) report… Read more »
The 2019 Gun Violence Resource packet provides congregations and mid-councils a robust package of material to help congregations put thoughts and prayers about gun violence into obedient action. The packet is a mixture of online and print resources compiled by the ministries of Compassion, Peace and Justice over the course of the last decade, but… Read more »
The Path of Peace Daily Reflections are written each year to be used during A Season of Peace, the 5 weeks leading up to World Communion Sunday, or anytime during the year. The themes are connected annually to the Peace and Global Witness Offering. This resource is available as a full set of downloadable reflections… Read more »
The “We Choose Welcome Action Guide” invites Presbyterians to extend biblical hospitality and stand in solidarity with our refugee neighbors. It includes background, guidance, and resources to help you and your congregation get started in welcoming refugees to our community.
This 3 page downloadable document contains information about the Presbyterian Peacemaking Program’s 2020 Mosaic of Peace Conference in Israel/Palestine. The dates of the conference are March 15-28, 2020. Applications will be accepted through October 15, 2019 and after that date as space is available.
Producer of “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood” This booklet describes the process for building a neighborhood out of boxes and other everyday household supplies. It is an activity for all ages and all kinds of families working together. The Neighborhood Build is based on Fred Rogers’ ideas about relationships, creative play, pride in making things, family communication,… Read more »
Four Intergenerational Events for Your Church, by Fred Rogers and Barbara Marsh This adaptable resource, developed in 1984, is both timeless and timely, coauthored by Rev. Fred Rogers, an ordained Presbyterian minister and the renowned television personality of the long-running Mr. Roger’s Neighborhood. This resource is organized around four areas of family life – feelings,… Read more »
The Path of Peace Daily Reflections are written each year to be used during A Season of Peace, the 4-5 weeks leading up to World Communion Sunday, or anytime during the year. The themes are connected annually to the Peace and Global Witness Offering. This resource is available as a full set of downloadable reflections… Read more »