About the Peace and Justice Project

A grassroots movement within the Brethren in Christ USA
Promoting Peace, Compassion and Simple Living in the Name of Christ.

The Peace and Justice Project (PJAP) is a grassroots movement of individuals and congregations affiliated with the Brethren in Christ Church in the U.S. which seeks to follow the call of God to pursue peace and justice. Our purpose is to foster a culture of peacemaking and service in the church by pursuing peace, serving compassionately and living simply, and by encouraging ethnic, cultural and racial diversity.

Share your light on our facebook group. We need to keep sharing how we are shining in our unique way. This work can be lonely. We need each other!

Current Leadership:

Curtis Book Lancaster BIC, Lancaster, PA
Krista Dutt, Great Lakes Conference, MCC, Chicago, IL
Jennifer Lancaster Lancaster BIC, Lancaster PA
Otto Monroy, Grantham BIC, Grantham, PA
Sibonokuhle Ncube, Mount Pleasant Brethren in Christ Church, Harare, Zimbabwe, studying in Goshen Indiana at Anabaptist Mennopnite Biblical Seminary
Drew Ward, Madison Street Church, Riverside, CA
Julie Weatherford, Madison Street Church, Riverside, CA
Ben White, former BIC pastor and Chaplain at Nemours Children Hospital, Wilmington DE

Join us! We would love to include you in our work.



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