The next MPF Executive Committee meeting will be held on September 23rd 2017 at 12 Noon at Peace House Oxford. Further details from the Secretary.

Peacemaking Sunday will be held on 24th September 2017 - resources are available here. Further resources for the Nuclear Ban Treaty can be downloaded here (see also below). There is also a Facebook Reflection on these issues here. (All from the Joint Public Issues Team (JPIT).)

Talk, Truth and Trust … Rev Harold Good in conversation Brian Rowan - "Discretion and being trusted is at the core of Rev Harold Good’s contributions to the peace process in Northern Ireland as well as the Basque Country and Colombia. But that doesn’t mean he doesn’t have much to say, and a lot of wisdom from which we can learn." (Read on ......)

Nuclear Weapons
The Joint Public Issues Team (JPIT)* has recently published a statement on nuclear weapons: "Throughout 2017 the United Nations is holding negotiations to create a legal framework for the prohibition and elimination of nuclear weapons. Our churches have long held the position that nuclear weapons are ‘a critical moral issue of our time’ and therefore we welcome this treaty and have produced a briefing for you about the negotiations, why the treaty is needed, and what you can do to take action towards banning nuclear weapons – forever." Download the full briefing from their site - click here.

* JPIT is supported by the Baptist Union, the Methodist Church, the United Reformed Church and, for a trial one year period, the Church of Scotland.

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The Methodist Peace Fellowship (MPF) is an association of Methodist pacifists within the Fellowship of Reconciliation (England), part of the the International Fellowship of Reconciliation.

For more information, or to join MPF, please contact the Secretary, Revd Marie Dove MA, by email (MPF Secretary) or telephone (01262 679612). You can download our Membership Leaflet, with more information, here.