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Peacemaking

Empowering women in East Africa

As the organizer and secretary of the Presbyterian Church of East Africa (PCEA) National Woman’s Guild, she’s working to change the perception about women in East Africa.

Minute for Mission: International Day of Peace

Blessed are the peacemakers, for they will be called children of God. (Matthew 5:9) Everyone can do something for peace. What can one person do to advance world peace? Elizabeth Meehan, an elder at Presbyterian-New England Congregational Church of Saratoga Springs, New York, learned. Eight years ago, Meehan wanted to get involved in peacemaking, a cause that touches the environment, equitable access to resources, hunger, and many other topics. Meehan gained the support of her church’s Social Concerns Committee, and the Peace Fair was born.

Peacemaker hopes Presbyterians will open their hearts to refugees

In September of 2015, thousands of Syrian refugees found themselves stranded at a Budapest train station, making their way across Hungary toward the Austrian border. For most, the travel had been difficult as they were turned away from other countries or settled in communities that were not very welcoming.

Peacemaker to share the struggles of reaching a lasting peace in Colombia

For 160 years, the Presbyterian Church has had a presence and witness in Colombia. But that presence has never been more important than it has the past 30 years. Rev. Luis Fernando Sanmiguel has worked closely with government leaders and opposing rebel forces to bring a lasting peace to his country.

April 10

Minute for Mission:   McCormick Theological Seminary April 10, 2016 “He has told you, human one, what is good and what the Lord requires from you: to do justice, embrace… Read more »

A congregation makes a commitment to peace

Unity Presbyterian in Denver, North Carolina, has a history of peacemaking engagement, yet the word peacemaking was not always a term understood as connected with the church’s mission. Jay Sloan,… Read more »