18th to 25th September 2021 will be the World Week for Peace in Palestine and Israel.
The World Council of Churches encourages churches, congregations, faith organisations and civil society groups from across the world to come together for a week of prayer and witness for a just peace in Palestine and Israel.
Pax Christi resources from previous years are available here and resources for 2021 will be available soon.
The Executive Committee of Pax Christi England and Wales will be meeting on 25th September.
A Christian Response to Israeli Apartheid
Sabeel-Kairos UK Annual Conference
Saturday 25th September 10:30am-1pm (BST) on zoom.
During this conference Jonathan Kuttab will give his expert view on Israeli apartheid, and how this affects those living in Israel and Palestine. Rifat Kassis and Omar Haramy will talk about their work on the ground with Christian communities in Palestine and Israel.
There will also be the opportunity to explore the issues more deeply through two workshops and to worship together with music from Garth Hewitt and reflection from Revd. Dr Stephen Sizer.
After the Conference, registered members of Sabeel-Kairos UK are invited to join us for the annual AGM.
To register, click here.
For more information visit: https://www.sabeel-kairos.org.uk/sabeel-kairos-conference-and-agm-2021/
Join others around the world at 12 noon, alone or with a group/parish, to say the Vow of Nonviolence . A great act of solidarity on this International Day of Nonviolence
Join Pax Christi on 2 October, International Day of Nonviolence, to watch the film The Third Harmony, followed by discussion.
Based on 30+ hours of interviews with prominent nonviolent activists and scholars, scientists, teachers, practitioners of restorative justice, and others. It tells the story of nonviolence, the greatest overlooked resource in human experience.
Register here Trailer here
Donations welcome towards costs of evening.
Leeds J&P and Pax Christi are organising a liturgy for Catholic Nonviolence Days of Action / end of season of creation on October 4th at 7.30 pm online.
It will be a time to reflect on the interconnectedness of climate change and conflict.
To register, visit the Leeds J&P website: https://www.leedsjp.org.uk/