Letters from Readers



Especially in the current political climate, it’s easy to know in our heads that people support us and equally easy for our hearts to forget. Please know you are held in prayer, honoured in heart, and agreed with intellectually. Thank you for the work you do for a world of wholeness, of justice and peace.
Rev. Heather Sandilands

Manitoba, Canada

I’m very happy to see that you are going to Detroit. I’m so glad that CPT and other peacemakers are seeing that we need to pay attention to what’s happening in our own communities!

Guadalupe Avery Ávila

Illinois, USA

I have followed your excellent work ever since October 2004 when I was part of a peace delegation. It was a life changing experience for me. I thank you for your ability to remain in place and send information to us in the outside world. I am Jewish. While I remain forever proud of my religion, I am, to say the least, disgusted, horrified and very angry with the Israeli government.
 Michael Krauss

Connecticut, USA

I am part of a group of Canadian Mennonites that recently returned from a trip to the Middle East. We visited the CPT team in Hebron and were deeply moved and inspired by the people there. I would like to support the ongoing work of CPT.

Ruth Derksen

British Columbia, Canada

The first time I (almost literally) ran into CPT was at the School of the Americas Watch vigil at the gates of Fort Benning, Georgia. CPTers were everywhere with bright red caps. The Iraqi Kurdistan reflection on forgiveness (p. 5) is an inspiring example of truly being instruments of peace!
Roger Yockey, OFS

Washington, USA

I’m so grateful for the help you give to those without a voice.  I’m particularly encouraged when I hear the stories of you travelling with children in Palestine to arrive safely at their schools. You are in my prayers. 

Rene Smith

New South Wales, Australia

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Mail Alert

We want to inform our constituents about interruptions to both Canadian and US mail services.

As global capitalism continues to exploit, Canada is seeing an increase of folks sleeping on the street. In Toronto, there is a growing encampment on the church property where our office is located. CPT is in solidarity with residents of the encampment.  Unfortunately, some Canada Post workers have since refused to deliver mail to our office. We are unsure if the mail is being stored somewhere or will be returned to sender. To ensure your donations make it to CPT, now would be a good time to switch to online donations, if you are able.  

In the US, postal services have been increasingly unreliable. If you are able, we encourage you to consider a monthly online giving plan which you can easily set up.

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