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Ways to Engage in Peacemaking







The Presbyterian Peacemaking Program invites you to engage in peacemaking both as a personal discipline in your daily life and as a shared corporate practice within your worshiping community. Use the peacemaking suggestions contained in the pages to explore the many resources, events and programs available to assist Presbyterians across the church to serve Jesus Christ, the Prince of Peace, as peacemakers.

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