Peace in Palestine La Grange

Peace in Palestine La Grange is a community based Christian group located in the western suburbs of Chicago. We are dedicated towards organizing  We support justice in Palestine and Israel through educational events, opportunities for social interaction, interfaith and inter-religious dialogue, and activities that build community.
For more information or to find out about upcoming events please contact us at [email protected]

Bishop’s Committee for Justice and Peace in the Holy Land, Episcopal Diocese of Olympia

The Bishop’s Committee for Justice and Peace in the Holy Land is a special committee of the Episcopal Diocese of Olympia (Western Washington State). We are committed to a future in which everyone in Israel and Palestine enjoys security, justice, and equal rights. We work toward this future by raising awareness, advocating for change, and with prayer. We partner in this effort with people and groups of all faiths.

[email protected]

Just Peace Israel/Palestine

We are a Western North Carolina organization devoted to educating ourselves and informing others about Palestine and Israel. We seek to work with people of goodwill everywhere for an end to the Occupation, security for all,  and an authentically neutral broker to facilitate a just peace. We urge the U.S. to suspend military aid to Israel until Israel ends the Occupation. We  support the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions Movement.

Contact Gwin Jones – [email protected]

Joining Hands for Justice in Palestine and Israel, a Partnership Program of the Presbytery of Greater Atlanta

The mission of Joining Hands For Justice in Israel and Palestine (JHJIP) is to promote peace with justice in the Holy Land.  We seek to bring an end of occupation and exploitation of land and resources by applying Christ’s teaching through prayer, advocacy and education.  Our hope is to build relationships on the basis of equality and human rights so that all may live in peace with dignity.  JHJIP works to end the Israeli occupation of Palestinian land through Education, Advocacy and Building Relationships.

Contact:  Sarah Humphrey [email protected]

Tree of Life Educational Fund

The Tree of Life Educational Fund (TOL) a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation was established by The First Congregational Church of Old Lyme to provide cross-cultural and transnational travel experiences, interfaith conferences and educational opportunities to help participants to become more enlightened and more engaged in making this a more just and peaceful world in which to live.

www.tolef org  – contact Rev Steve Jungkeit  [email protected]