Partners

Churches for Middle East Peace (CMEP) relies on partnership to promote a just and lasting peace in the Middle East. CMEP helps churches, organizations, leaders, and individuals advocate for justice and peace for all peoples in knowledgeable, timely, holistic, and effective ways. We provide opportunities to learn about the Middle East, elevate diverse voices, and support local peacebuilding efforts in the region.

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We are grateful for our Partners! 

COLORADO

Fort Collins (Colorado) Area CMEP

CONNECTICUT

The Benedictine Grange, West Redding, CT

DELAWARE

DCMEP (Delaware Churches for Middle East Peace) Wilmington, DE
Westminster Presbyterian Church, Wilmington, DE

FLORIDA

ILLINOIS

KANSAS

KENTUCKY

MARYLAND

MICHIGAN

MINNESOTA

NORTH CAROLINA

Diocese of Western North Carolina (Episcopal Church), Asheville, NC
St. Paul United Methodist Women’s Society, Troutman, NC

NEW MEXICO

NEW YORK

Christ Presbyterian Church, Broad Channel, NY
CNEWA, New York, NY
Atonement Lutheran Church, Saugerties, NY
Upper New York Annual Conference (UMC) Peace & Justice Task Force, Syracuse, NY

OHIO

Franciscan Justice (Franciscan Friars of St. John the Baptist Province), Cincinnati, OH
Western Reserve Association, UCC, Lakewood, OH

PENNSYLVANIA

Church of the Apostles, Lancaster, PA
Holy Family University, Philadelphia, PA
Peace Advocates of Carlisle Presbytery, Shippensburg, PA

RHODE ISLAND

TEXAS

WISCONSIN

Wisconsin Conference UMW, Milwaukee, WI

WASHINGTON, D.C.

Church Women United, New York, NY and Washington, DC
Christ Church Georgetown, Washington, DC
Foundry United Methodist Church Peace With Justice Mission, Washington, DC
IPMN of the National Capital Presbytery, Washington, DC

OTHER

Orthodox Peace Fellowship of North America

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Churches for Middle East Peace is grateful for the support of our Partners; however, CMEP does not necessarily agree with all the policies and positions of our Partners; and CMEP Partners do not speak on CMEP’s behalf.