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TOGETHER, a project of CFPA, is hosting the 5th annual Walk the Interfaith Talk at 2 pm on October 15, 2022. We will gather at the WEST Picnic Area in Mercer County Park, Paxson Ave, West Windsor Township, NJ 08550 (off Old Trenton Road or Hughes Dr.), to the left of the boathouse area. Please bring some water and walking shoes. If you want to stay after the walk to enjoy the picnic area, please bring your own picnic supplies, too.

The Walk the Interfaith Talk is held to encourage people of all faiths, including those who do not practice a religion, to talk with one another. In pairs of two, you can share your thoughts about your faith with someone of a different point of view while walking at your own pace from a half to a full hour. It is a time to deepen your understanding of someone else's perspective. And, possibly to make a new friend.

TOGETHER builds inclusive and just communities. We host opportunities for interfaith interaction, community service, and to work towards social and racial justice. Email: together@peacecoalition.org.

Pre-registration is encouraged but not required. Please use the form below.

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CFPA just finished our first 2022 Peace Voter Guide! It is for NJ Congressional District 7 election between incumbent Tom Malinowski and Thomas Kean Jr., rated the closest congressional race in NJ. Please read the Guide yourself, and forward to your peaceful contacts in that District.

We urge all CFPA supporters, whether or not you vote in that District, to contribute to running this Peace Voter Guide as Signature Ad(s) in key newspaper(s) in the District! The minimum donation per person is $25, more welcome! This is essential to ensuring that voters (especially pro-peace and pro-gun safety ones) in the District see the stark contrast between the candidates before they vote.

See CFPA's NJ Congressional District 7 Peace Voter Guide below, and click here for a printable version. Signature Ads will feature this Peace Voter Guide, along with a list of signers who supported their publication underneath. Your contribution not only helps cover the costs of the ads, but (unless you check that you don't want your name listed) also shows broad based grassroots support!

We urge you to fill out the form under the Voter Guide below to contribute to help CFPA run this Signature Ad ahead of the critical 2022 Elections. We have published such ads in over 5 million newspapers since 1996, and have found them to be high impact on undecided and uninformed voters.

We need to run the ad comparing Malinowski and Kean Jr. on key peace issues soon, since voters can vote as early as October 18! The more signers and contributors, the more ads we can run!

Whether or not you contribute to the Signature Ad, please share this Peace Voter Guide with your contacts who are in NJ's 7th Congressional District ASAP!

Peace Voter Guide for NJ Congressional District 7!

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Even if you can't contribute to the paid ads, please send CFPA's District 7 Voter Guide to your contacts in that district to help maximize CFPA's voter education.

Sincerely, 


 
The Rev. Robert Moore
 
 
Executive Director,
Coalition for Peace Action
& Peace Action Education Fund

CFPA's Annual Conference for Peace
starts at 2:00 PM on Sunday, November 13 on Zoom

Pre-register for the Annual Conference for Peace, using the form below our Co-Sponsors listing.
Our first confirmed speaker is:

Bill McKibben

BillMcKibben
 
We are thrilled to announce that Bill McKibben a major figure in the Climate Justice Movement, is confirmed to speak. He is a contributing writer to The New Yorker, and a founder of Third Act, which organizes people over the age of 60 to work on climate and racial justice. He founded the first global grassroots climate campaign, 350.org, and serves as the Schumann Distinguished Professor in Residence at Middlebury College in Vermont. In 2014 he was awarded the Right Livelihood Prize, sometimes called the ‘alternative Nobel,’ in the Swedish Parliament. He's also won the Gandhi Peace Award, and honorary degrees from 19 colleges and universities. He has written over a dozen books about the environment, including his first, The End of Nature, published in 1989, and the forthcoming The Flag, the Cross, and the Station Wagon: A Graying American Looks Back at his Suburban Boyhood and Wonders What the Hell Happened.  Read more...

Event Co-Sponsorship

We encourage organizations to co-sponsor the Annual Conference & Multifaith Service for Peace, click links below for further information.

Click here to see the letter of invitation to co-sponsor this event.

Click here to see the co-sponsor form to postal mail to our office.

Co-Sponsors to Date:

  • American Sikh Council
  • Bucks County Chapter, United Nations Association - U.S.A.
  • Christ Congregation, Princeton
  • Grace United Church of Christ, Flemington
  • Muslims for Peace
  • Nassau Presbyterian Church
  • New Brunswick Friends Meeting
  • Peace Action Fund of New York State
  • People's Organization for Progress, Newark
  • Princeton Clergy Association
  • Princeton University Chapel & Office of Religious Life
  • Protestant Community Church, Medford
  • St. Paul Lutheran Church, East Windsor
  • The Presbyterian Church of Lawrenceville
  • The Ribbon International
  • Trenton Meeting of Friends
  • Trinity Episcopal Church, Princeton
  • Unitarian Universalist Church at Washington Crossing, Titusville
  • Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Princeton
  • Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Somerset Hills

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Sunday, November 13 at 11:00 AM
Princeton University Chapel
Attend in-person or via Zoom

Link will be available as the date draws nearer.

David Saperstein
Rabbi David Saperstein

Rabbi David Saperstein Designated by Newsweek as the most influential rabbi in America and by the Washington Post as the “quintessential religious lobbyist on Capitol Hill,” for 40 years as Director of the Religious Action Center of Reform Judaism, David Saperstein represented to Congress and the Administration, the Reform Jewish Movement, the largest segment of American Jewry. Under Rabbi Saperstein, writes J.J. Goldberg in his book Jewish Power, the Religious Action Center "has become one of the most powerful Jewish bodies in Washington, second only to AIPAC."  Read more...

Event Co-Sponsorship

We encourage organizations to co-sponsor the Annual Conference & Multifaith Service for Peace, click links below for further information.

Click here to see the letter of invitation to co-sponsor this event.

Click here to see the co-sponsor form to postal mail to our office.

Co-Sponsors to Date:

  • American Sikh Council
  • Bucks County Chapter, United Nations Association - U.S.A.
  • Christ Congregation, Princeton
  • Grace United Church of Christ, Flemington
  • Muslims for Peace
  • Nassau Presbyterian Church
  • New Brunswick Friends Meeting
  • Peace Action Fun of New York State
  • People's Organization for Progress, Newark
  • Princeton Clergy Association
  • Princeton University Chapel & Office of Religious Life
  • Protestant Community Church, Medford
  • St. Paul Lutheran Church, East Windsor
  • The Presbyterian Church of Lawrenceville
  • The Ribbon International
  • Trenton Meeting of Friends
  • Trinity Episcopal Church, Princeton
  • Unitarian Universalist Church at Washington Crossing, Titusville
  • Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Princeton
  • Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Somerset Hills

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