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Peace and Justice Network

Guides the peace and justice ministries of the Mennonite Church, in cooperation with its Program Boards; implement strategies for peacemaking approved by the General Assembly; serve as a resource to the church; arranges for representation to inter-Mennonite and ecumenical meetings.

Use the online registration form to join menno.org.peace.news, a MennoLink email interest group providing news related to peace and justice.

menno.org.peace.d Use the online registration form to join menno.org.peace.d, a MennoLink email interest group for discussion related to peace and justice.

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Christian Peacemaker Teams

Christian Peacemaker Teams (CPT) is an organization committed to Getting in the Way — challenging systems of domination and exploitation as Jesus Christ did in the first century.

Use the online registration form to join menno.org.cpt, a MennoLink email interest group providing news and discussion related to CPT.

Seniors for Peace Seniors for Peace is a movement of senior citizens to work for peace by monitoring peace and justice issues, supporting and encouraging peace teaching, and bearing witness on selected peace and justice issues.

Peace Education Centers

Dallas Peace Center The Mission of the Dallas Peace Center, based on the vision of reconciliation, is to promote research, education and action for peace and justice.
Lion and Lamb Peace Arts Center Lion and Lamb Peace Arts CenterThe Lion and Lamb Peace Arts Center of Bluffton University promotes the study of peace, cross-cultural understanding and nonviolent responses to conflict with an emphasis on these themes for children and using especially literature and the arts.
Lombard Mennonite Peace Center The Lombard Mennonite Peace Center, begun in 1983, receives its impetus from II Corinthians 5:18 - "All this is from God, who through Christ reconciled us to himself and gave us the ministry of reconciliation." The ministry of LMPC focuses presently on establishing healthy congregations, resolving conflict when present, and teaching mediation skills to clergy, lay leaders, and judicatory teams, by way of weekend workshops and training sessions. LMPC maintains peacemaking resources such as a library, bookstore, and a peace booth at events.
Peace Factory Peace Factory is a biblical, interactive exhibit to help all Christians connect their faith in God with a life of peacemaking. It clearly implies that peace takes human activity-work, and not just God's work.
St. Louis Mennonite Peace Center The St. Louis Mennonite Peace Center provides conflict resolution training and mediation services in a variety of settings to people in all walks of life and all faiths.
See also: peace studies

Mediation

Mediation Associates Mediation Associates is a group of trained, experienced, professional mediators affiliated with Fresno Pacific University, a Christian liberal arts university located in Fresno, California with offices located in the Center for Peacemaking and Conflict Studies.

Victim-Offender Programs

Restorative Justice Project Restorative Justice Project (RJP) is a program of the Center for Peacemaking and Conflict Studies (PACS) at Fresno Pacific University.
Shalom Ministries Shalom Wellness and Mediation Center provides caring and skilled counseling services in a professional manner. Shalom provides mediation and reconciliation services and is recognized as the exclusive provider within NW Ohio Courts for the Victim Offender Reconciliation Program (VORP). 
Victim Offender Reconciliation Program
of the Central Valley

The Victim Offender Reconciliation Program of the Central Valley, Inc., (VORP) is an alternative process made available to judges, police, and probation officers in dealing with criminal offenses. VORP can offer a very practical total or partial substitute for jail or prison incarceration. Meetings are arranged between offenders and their victims providing the opportunity for communication, responsibility, restitution, and reconciliation.

Use the online registration form to join menno.org.vorp, a MennoLink email interest group providing news and discussion related to VORP.


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