Interfaith Council for Peace and Justice inspires, educates, and mobilizes people to unite across differences and to act from their shared ethical and spiritual values in pursuit of peace with social and environmental justice.
Interfaith Council for Peace and Justice envisions a world free from violence, including the violence of war, poverty, oppression, and environmental devastation. To enact this vision, we commit to nurture a community in which compassion and respect foster actions that dismantle systems of violence while simultaneously creating systems of peace, justice, and ecological sustainability.
Please join us for the 40th Annual Washtenaw/Ann Arbor CROP Hunger Walk. We walk to raise funds for hunger and poverty relief here and around the world as well as witness for justice for our poorest neighbors experiencing hunger in a world of plenty.
Date: Sunday, October 12, 2014
Time: 1:00 pm registration; 2:00 pm send-off service followed by the walk
Where: Rudolf Steiner High School (2230 Pontiac trail, Ann Arbor)
For more information: contact email@example.com or call 734-663-1870.
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WHEN: Saturday, September 6th, 2:00-4:00
WHERE: Rally and March begins at Bethlehem United Church of Christ, 423 S 4th Ave, Ann Arbor, MI 48104 and ends at the Federal Building
WHO: Sponsored by: Washtenaw Interfaith Coalition for Immigrant Rights and Interfaith Coalition for Peace and Justice
Need more info? Call Margaret at 734-417-6532
Spread the Word! Download and print the posters for the event in English or Spanish.
For so many reasons, people find themselves without permanent shelter, without a place to call home. They are our neighbors, our community, and their voices deserve to be heard.
Join us on Sunday, August 17th as we share a meal and listen to voices from the homeless community. This evening of sharing is part of our preparations for the 40th Annual ICPJ CROP Hunger Walk on October 12.
What: A Community Meal and Conversation with M.I.S.S.I.O.N Ann Arbor
M.I.S.S.I.O.N. A2 is a not for profit partnership between homeless and “homeful” Washtenaw County residents collaborating to support self-governing tent communities in Michigan during the ongoing housing and employment crises. Growing from the efforts to support Camp Take Notice, it works to make tent communities safer and better connected to services so that their citizens can more quickly make their way into more permanent housing, if that is what they want for themselves. Through compassion and respect for the human dignity of all people, it strives to work with the citizens of tent communities to help build and strengthen community through self-governance and accountability. Learn more about M.I.S.S.I.O.N A2 at www.missiona2.org.
When: Sunday, August 17, 2014- 5:30 pm-8:00 pm
Guests may arrive between 5:30 pm and 5:45 pm to help with set-up. Supper will be served at 6:00 pm followed by a community meeting and conversation. We ask that guests please bring one of the following items to share:
Where: 3501 Stone School Road, Ann Arbor, MI 48105
The property is actually on Old Stone School Road which runs parallel to the paved road. When you see the sign for “Windsong” townhouses on Valencia Drive, pull in, and you’ll see a gravel drive on the left of Valencia Dr. The house is at the end of the drive. Parking is available along the gravel drive.
To ensure that we provide enough food for the meal, please r.s.v.p. to Bill (firstname.lastname@example.org/734.663.1870)
Thank you and we look forward to seeing you on August 17.
There’s a piece of land on at the intersection of Platt Road and Huron Parkway in Ann Arbor that used to be a juvenile detention facility.
What will it be next? Can it provide affordable housing? How can it be environmentally sustainable? How can it fit with the neighboring community?
Washtenaw County will be hosting three days of community-driven design and planning workshops later this month.
Please come out, participate in the process, and make your voice heard.
Tuesday, August 26
4pm-7pm: Come to a hands-on public visioning session where you can share your ideas for the site
Wednesday, August 27
10:30am-4:30pm: Drop in to participate in design exploration for the Platt Road site
5pm-7pm: Review and refine the design alternatives
Thursday, August 28
5pm-6:30pm: Come and we wrap up the charrette process with a presentation of the refined design alternative for the Platt Road site
United Way of Washtenaw County
2305 Platt Rd.
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
Please visit the Platt Road website at: www.plattroad.org for more information..
Barbara Fuller in 1984 helping send off a “To Russia with Love” peace delegation.
On July 29, ICPJ’s founder the Rev. Barbara Fuller passed away. Ann Arbor and the world mourn the loss of this inspirational peace advocate.
In addition to helping found the Interfaith Council for Peace and Justice in 1965, after the war in Vietnam Barbara helped lead reconciliation efforts between the people of the US and Vietnam. She was also a tireless worker for nuclear abolition and an end to the cold war.
Please help preserve the memories of Barbara’s work by sharing your remembrances in the comments below. You can also ensure that the work she started to bring people together across their differences to make a difference for peace can continue by making a donation in her honor to Interfaith Council for Peace and Justice, 1679 Broadway, Ann Arbor, MI 48105 or give online through PayPal or Network for Good.
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Last night ICPJ’s Board of Directors met. To give voice to our shared grief over the bloodshed in Israel and Palestine, we issued the following statement:
If anyone would like to discuss ways to give public witness to this call for peace please contact Chuck Warpehoski at email@example.com or call 734-663-1870.
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