page01Peace Sunday: 23rd September 2018

Finding it difficult to talk about peace in church? We’re supporting you to hold a service for peace, by doing most of the work for you. We’ve compiled a resource including sermon notes, prayers and hymns, activities for children’s groups and inspiring stories of hope from international peacemakers.

Get the 2018 free resource here. Come back soon for details of where Peace Sunday services will be held around the country.

 

 

 

Church House 2015Disarm Church House: Join our peaceful vigil on Tuesday 19 June, 8-10am 
Church House Westminster is a conference centre whose profits go to the Church of England. In 2017, yet again, they hosted an event sponsored by arms dealers including Lockheed Martin. Thousands of people think they shouldn’t. Join us outside the main entrance to Church House on Tuesday 19 June between 8am-10am to hold a peaceful vigil at the start of the 2018 Land Warfare Conference.

If you can’t make it in person, please phone Church House (details here) or tweet them @churchhouseconf to ask them why they host arms-funded events. Be polite – the people answering the phone are not the ones making decisions, and they are all God’s children even if we oppose the stance of the institution. Find out more about our Church House work and take action

Twitter feed at #DisarmChurchHouse

 

We always welcome new members: join us.
International FoR has branches throughout the world.
Not in England or Scotland?  Click here.

Our International Peacemakers’ Fund

We provides small grants to carefully selected nonviolent grassroots peacemaking groups around the world. Most of the money for grants comes from members and supporters, so please consider supporting this work. Find out more and make a donation.

 

DSEi drones FoR FoR promotes active nonviolence and love as the means to transform unjust political, economic and social structures. We are an ecumenical Christian organisation campaigning against war and its preparation. In our 103 years, we’ve racked up 6 Nobel Peace Prize winners, and are partners of the 2017 Laureate: the International Campaign to Ban Nuclear Weapons!