Britain and Ireland Region
Church and Peace consists of different language regions.
Meet some of the members of the Britain and Ireland region of Church and Peace on this page, learn about the activities of the network and get involved!
Series of online conversations on:
- Racism – An Urgent Concern for Peace Churches
- Dismantling White Privilege
- Politics of Division in the UK:
Britain and Ireland Regional Days
- 13 March 2021: Building Peace from the Ground Up
- 22nd February 2020: The Real Cost of War
- 23 February 2019: Peace is not a Fairy Tale
- 28 October 2017: Peace church in a world of conflict? Answering the biblical call to nonviolence
‘War is Contrary to the Will of God’ – An Appeal for Peace for the 11th Assembly of the World Council of Churches
Berlin, 11 October 2021 – In an appeal for peace ahead of the 2022 Assembly of the World Council of Churches, several organisations as well as prominent first signatories address the churches inviting to the Assembly in Karlsruhe. The signatories call on them to ‘Make use of the public awareness that the WCC Assembly will create in the context of your church. Affirm your commitment to Just Peace in Germany, Europe and worldwide, within the Church, the state and society!’
Wethen, 7 Sept 2021 – From 3 to 5 September 2021, the AGM and international conference of Church and Peace dealt with the topic of Images of God and (Non)Violence. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the conference took place online with more than 100 participants from all over Europe, and from Mozambique, Burkina Faso, Togo, and India. The participants explored manifestations of hierarchy, dominance, oppression, and violence – whether structural, spiritual, or personal. The aim was to determine the extent to which religious traditions and attitudes are linked to violence, racism, and sexism, to explore …
08 July 2021. It is with great regret that the Board of Church and Peace decided not to hold the 2021...
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