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The CHURCH & PEACE European network brings together groups, communities, organisations and churches committed to becoming the peace church of Jesus Christ in daily life and action.

It began in 1949, when Quakers, Mennonites and the Church of the Brethren (the historic peace churches) joined with the International Fellowship of Reconciliation to coordinate their activities.

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Theology & Peace series

1. Church and Peace on the 30th Deutscher Evangelischer Kirchentag 25. May through 29. May 2005 Hall 5, booth no. 5 AO5

2. Event on the marketplace: Friday, 27.5.05, 11:30 h to 12:30 h. Array 6.02, booth no. 6 DO3  Subject: "Church - an answer to violence and injustice ?"

  • Introduction:   Magyar Deutsch English Espagnol Albanian Romana Serbian Cesky Slovensky Croatian Ukran Pycckyu, Russian Romani Polska Italiano
  • Groups in the network
  • Publications

    Community, Nonviolent Direct Action and the Gospel
    Church and Peace Regional Conference in Britain and Ireland
    16-18th July 2004 Launde Abbey, East Norton, Leicestershire

  • Christmas letter 2004
  • Christmas letter 2003

  • Church and Peace Conference in Switzerland (2004.05.14-16.)

  • Church and Peace International Conference (1 - 4 May 2003 Osijek, Croatia)
  • Annual Report 1998: Seeking Truth and Peace
  • Press Releases

  • Church and Peace in Britain and Ireland

  • Alan Kreider: Conversion and Christendom: An Anabaptist Perspective
  • Bienenberg Declaration
  • A peace church declaration (Church and Peace Annual General Meeting 2002)

  • The Peace House project in the Second Ecumenical Assembly Graz '97.


  • Aktionsgemeinschaft Dienste für den Frieden (AGDF)
  • Conscience and Peace Tax International
  • Every Church A Peace Church
  • Conference of European Churches
  • Jubilee 2000 campaign