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Creating a Culture of Peace: Nonviolence training for personal and social change

[Updated 7/5/08]
The Peace Commission of the Diocese of Bethlehem will host spiritually-grounded peacemaker training at Kirkridge Retreat Center, Bangor, PA, November 7-9 (Friday 9:00 a.m. to Sunday 2:00 p.m.) The interactive process will include exploration of violence and nonviolence, analysis of how change occurs, community building and project planning.

Facilitators for the training will be Janet Chisholm (Past chair of Episcopal Peace Fellowship, National Coordinator for CCP, Trainer of Trainers, writer, speaker, activist) and Addison Bross (Professor, Lehigh University Peace Studies, peace trainer, writer, speaker, activist).

Cost is $100. Scholarship available. Sponsors encouraged. For registration and other info: Mary Louise Bross at 610-691-2684 (home), 610-758-3331 (cell) or email.

Diocesan Peace Commission members: Scott Allen, Addison Bross, Mary Louise Bross, Janet Chisholm Don Knapp, Tom Lloyd and Jim Walton

More info at – click on Peacemaking.

Download a flyer and a description of CCP below.

Download ccp_flyer.pdf

Download ccp_description_v02.pdf

Download two bulletin inserts, one for 8 1/2 x 11, one for 8 1/2 x 14.

Download ccp_bulletin_insert_8_5_x_11_size_halved.pdf

Download ccp_bulletin_insert_8_5_x_14_size_halved.doc


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