The Lord's Resistance Army rebel group has terrorized northern Uganda for more than 20 years. With support from MCC, Uganda's Concerned Parents Association is helping children, families and communities to recover from war.
MCC Lebanon works in partnership with dedicated partner organizations to support peacebuilding efforts, interfaith dialogue and education. Projects include peacemaking and conflict resolution workshops, rehabilitative services for people injured by cluster bombs and educational support for Palestinian and Sudanese refugees.
The peace office newsletter is released four times a year through MCC's International Program Department. To subscribe, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 717-859-1151. A donation of $10 per year is suggested for each subscription.
Peace Office Newsletter The MCC Peace Office Newsletter addresses and interprets international peace and justice issues from a peace church perspective. It is intended to promote discussion of peace issues within Mennonite and Brethren in Christ churches.
For two weeks each year, MCC Quebec runs AMICAMP, a summer camp in the Laurentians north of Montreal where Québecois children can engage their faith, build meaningful relationships with other Mennonite children, and learn about what it means to work for peace.
Justice and peace-building are at the heart of MCC's work. People around the world are building peace, often at great risk to their own lives. Christians are called to model Jesus' example of courageous peacemaking, and MCC workers and projects support people making peace across the globe.