Dry Land, Living Stones: Peacemaking in Israel and Palestine

Philadelphia story Tuesday, May 11, 2010   
8:00am – 8:00pm    
Presbyterian United Nations Office   
777 United Nations Plaza, 7th Floor    
New York, NY

Human beings face increasingly complex challenges as the world confronts issues like climate change, hunger and poverty, and conflict. This day-long seminar at the Presbyterian United Nations Office will explore dimensions of these issues in an effort to inspire, equip and connect those who attend for service as global disciples.

Trip details:
$50 reservation fee includes:
• Introduction to the Presbyterian United Nations office
• Lunch at the United Nations Office
• Presentations by experts from the United Nations community
• Tour of the United Nations Headquarters in New York
• Roundtrip transportation to New York by bus
• Worship at the Church Center for the United Nations

Registration and departure information:
The tour bus will depart from The Church on the Mall at 8:00 A.M and will return by 8:00 P.M.

For reservations, please send a check payable to
The Presbytery of Philadelphia by April 26:
Betsey Radcliffe, Presbytery House
2200 Locust Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103
For more information, please contact Rev. David V. Yeaworth.

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