Pilgrimage to Peace

October 17-23, 2017
Washington, D.C. | Seattle, Washington | North Carolina

Rev. Dr. Mae Elise Cannon, Executive Director of CMEP will be hosting conversations with Daoud Nassar from Tent of Nations near Bethlehem about daily living, human rights concerns, and peacebuilding. We advocate for peace, security, freedom, and dignity for all the people of the Holy Land. Our Christian heritage provokes a desire for peace and justice in the Holy Land, the birthplace of our faith. For many Christians, a neglected element of their faith is understanding the role we can play as peacemakers and reconcilers in the midst of conflict. We believe global-minded Christians, who are committed to compassion and justice, can bring hope to broken communities throughout the world—even Israel and Palestine.

If you will be in the area please join us to learn more about life in Palestine, human rights concerns, and peacebuilding.
Click on a city below for event details:
Washington, D.C. | National Community Church | October 16
Washington, D.C. | Washington National Cathedral | October 17
Seattle | October 18 to 20
North Carolina | October 21 to 22

Pilgrimage to Peace (P2P) are 1-3 week speaking tours in the US where CMEP Staff and peacemakers from Israel and Palestine speak to churches, schools, community groups, and other religious organizations. CMEP hosts one or two P2P tours each year, bringing the message that Peace is Possible to locations across the United States.

If you are interested in learning more about P2P hosting opportunities, please contact CMEP at info@cmep.org and write “pilgrimage to peace” in the subject line.