On a Pilgrimage to Peace for Israel-Palestine
An Interfaith Program
Sunday, October 22, 2017 @ 3pm
St Francis United Methodist Church
2965 Kildaire Farm Rd, Cary, NC
Free & Open to the Public
Daoud Nasser, Palestinian from TENT OF NATIONS FARM near Bethlehem, West Bank, Palestine, reports challenges of daily living, human rights concerns, and peacebuilding efforts while living under decades of Israeli military occupation.
Rev Mae Elise Cannon, Executive Director CHURCHES FOR MIDDLE EAST PEACE relates the mission of CMEP’s peace and reconciliation efforts in Israel-Palestine and CMEP’S work with US government policy makers to promote a just and comprehensive resolution based on equality and religious freedom for all.
Hear perspectives on peace building and affirmation of human dignity that emanate from our faith traditions and universality of human rights with Laila ElSherif of Coalition for Peace with Justice and Sandra Korn from the NC Triangle chapter of Jewish Voice for Peace.
Sponsors: North Carolina Conference of the United Methodist Church
Co-sponsors: Abrahamic Initiative for the Middle East, Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, NC Council of Churches, West Raleigh Presbyterian Church, White Memorial Presbyterian Church Peace and Justice Committee, Good Shepherd United Church of Christ, Alliance of Baptists, BPFNA-Bautistas poe la paz, Watts Street Baptist Church Peace and Reconciliation Committee.
Endorsed by: Cary First United Church of Christ
Learn how US citizens can play a positive role in pursuing a just peace
View this video to learn about the Nasser farm. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rPVARk1V_hA
For more information visit www.cpwj.org, or contact via email: