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Weekly Online Peace Prayer

Church and Peace invites you to pray for peace in Ukraine and beyond. This prayer has been taking place weekly since February 2022. Together with the branches of the International Fellowship of Reconciliation in England & Scotland and Wales (Cymdeithos y Cymod)...

New newsletter issue 14 published

The new Church and Peace newsletter has been published. This newsletter reports on our conference ‘Overcoming Racism in the Church’, sharing impressions of the gatherings’ challenging inputs, encounters and search for what overcoming racism means in daily life. In...

Stop the killing in Ukraine – For a ceasefire and negotiations!

Call for anti-war actions on the second anniversary of the Russian attack on Ukraine on 24 February 2024 Wethen, 10 February 2024 Church and Peace, as part of a civil society alliance, is calling for anti-war actions on the second anniversary of the Russian attack on...

Embrace the vulnerability of God at Christmas

Wethen, December 2023 “Christmas is the time when we embrace the vulnerability of God”(Sister Mary Leddy) What an paradoxical sentence and a challenge: embracing God’s vulnerability?Vulnerability and the need for protection are brutal. The images from Ukraine,...

2023 Annual Report

Impressions from Church and Peace’s Year 2023 Nonviolent paths to peace Committed to the hopeful vision of a just and nonviolent world, we have joined calls and initiatives for various peaceful protests to break the spiral of violence, for a ceasefire and peace...

Call to Action Week for Conscientious Objectors in December 2023

Protection and asylum for all from Russia, Belarus and Ukraine who refuse military service Church and Peace is joining more than 30 organisations from Europe in calling for weeks of action to protect all those who refuse military service in Russia, Belarus and...