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Resources in Reports and study guides

Risking Peace In A Violent World: Five New Peacemaking Affirmations

The five affirmations that frame the Risking Peace report come out of a discernment process begun in 2010 that involved about 100 congregations and presbyteries. The affirmations increase the PCUSA’s teaching of nonviolence for social transformation, while also recognizing how implicated most US citizens are in structural violence (the “isms”) and the violence of several… Read more »

Ideas to Connect Peace & Global Witness Offering Worship and the Congregation

Many congregations have had great fun and success incorporating the Presbyterian Giving Catalog into their worship and curriculum. Find resources and ideas here to get the whole church involved with the Peace & Global Witness Offering! Written be Amy-Roberts-Paeth. Amy Roberts-Paeth received an M.Div. from Princeton Theological Seminary and holds a Masters in Curriculum Studies… Read more »

Peace & Global Witness Curriculum (5th-8th Grade)

Peace is the absence of fear, the assurance and confidence of God’s abiding and steadfast love that transforms the divisive and destructive force of the cross. Christ’s peace breaks the barriers of hostility and division. Christ’s peace welcomes those far away—the foreigner—and calls them to be members of God’s household. Written by Amy Roberts-Paeth. Amy… Read more »

2017 Peace & Global Witness Curriculum (K -4th Grade)

Children will understand the meaning of church, that Jesus, the apostles and the prophets are the foundations of the church and that Christ’s church extends beyond walls and includes believers all over the world. Written by Amy Roberts-Paeth. Amy Roberts-Paeth received an M.Div. from Princeton Theological Seminary and holds a Masters in Curriculum Studies from… Read more »

Four Questions Document

This brief document responds to four questions commonly asked about mission work.