Welcome to the Churches for Middle East Peace Event Calendar! We hope you join us at an event soon.
To learn more about the various types of events we host and see past event information, click on a link below.
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Join CMEP on Sunday July 22nd from 7:00-9:00 PM to imagine and speak about what peace in the holy land will look like, whether it be one state, two states, a federated state, or your own creative vision! CMEP will be co-hosting this interfaith event with The Jewish Islamic Dialogue Society of Washington (JIDS) Northern Virginia Unitarian Universalists for Justice in the Middle East (NOVA—UUJME)Kol Ami, and the Northern Virginia Reconstructionist Community. We will be meeting in the Activity Room…Find out more »
Each year, approximately 500-700 Palestinian minors in the West Bank between the ages 12-17 are prosecuted in the Israeli military court system. The widespread mistreatment of Palestinian youth within this system is well-documented: children are denied access to their parents or a lawyer and often sign confessions of guilt in Hebrew, a language they likely cannot understand. Join us for a LIVE webinar on July 30th to hear from Brad Parker and Farah Bayadsi from Defense for Children International-Palestine (DCIP)…Find out more »
Rev. Dr. Mae Elise Cannon, Executive Director of Churches for Middle East Peace (CMEP), hosts a series of conversations about multi-faith dialogue and engagement in constructive conflict, peace, and the reality of life in Israel and Palestine. Check back here for more information as the dates get closer. Learn More.Find out more »
Save the Date! CMEP1835 Advocacy Summit for students and young professionals will take place January 12-14, 2019, in Washington D.C. Check back soon for more info!Find out more »
Join Mejdi Tours on a Catalyst Interfaith Trip to the Holy Land, January 15-26, 2019. On this comprehensive Holy Land interfaith trip, Mejdi Tours will guide participants on a learning journey about the three Abrahamic faiths’ connection to the holy land. You will visit sites that are meaningful to Jews, Christians, and Muslims; you will experience the current situation on the ground, the different political narratives, and lives of its people – and the work they are doing to achieve…Find out more »