Prayers for Peacemakers

a street art mural of diverse faces, an olve-skinned person wearing glasses and a beard, a brown person wearing a purple hijab, a black person with dark curly hair and yellow headband, a white person wearing a traditional Jordanian headscarf, an Asian person with long dark wavy hear and wearing glasses.

Building our communities together

Pray for our CPT communities around the world as we meet virtually and physically to continue the work of liberation.

a painting of Hebron's old city, framed

A Prayer for Hebron

A prayer written by the first foreigner to join the team in Al Khalil since the pandemic, on leaving.

Colombians go to vote in an elections centre. Several people sit around tables and others vote in cardboard stalls. Two police officers walk through the hall.

Colombia demands a change

We thank God that election day took place in relative calm and we pray that over the next three weeks the campaign and voting process will take place in peace.

An image of a pane of glass shattered by a bullet but still together.

Living in uncertainty

Conflict is volatile and uncertain. Living in this reality is stressful and exhausting. May we find the strength to persevere and the hope in a possibility for change.

A police officer in riot gear walks past a concrete wall. On the wall is written "No one is illegal" and "Solidarity with migrants."

Migrants crossing the Aegean face double the risk

Not only are migrants subject to the dangers of fleeing across the ocean in unsafe vessels, they also face the risk of being pushed back into the open waters by Greek authorities.

Migiziiwazison sacred fire camp on Manitoba Legislative grounds

New provincial bill threatens Sacred Fire camp

The leaders of Migiziiwazison Sacred Fire Camp have nurtured a safe space to honour and support victims of residential schools but Manitoba government officials are moving to evict the camp.

A line of people stand behind a row of candles on the ground and the LGBTQ flag

A prayer for love

We ask for prayer for the LGBTIQ2+ community in Colombia that is being systematically assassinated across the country. We ask for prayer for this community that creatively resists discrimination and violence. 

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