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The Rev. Dr. Charles Boyer was the preacher for our Annual MLK Multifaith Service, co-sponsored by the Coalition for Peace Action and the Princeton Clergy Association. We had over 300 attendees! The service included messages and music from a variety of faith traditions; please view the recording below to enjoy the experience of fellowship and reflect on the legacy of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. 

The freewill offering during the service is being split 50/50 between the United Negro College Fund and the Coalition for Peace Action. If you were not able to give during the service and would like to give now, click here to give. 

On December 16, 2020, CFPA members and supporters gathered on Zoom for our annual Holiday Gathering. We heard from Seth Shelden, the UN Liaison for the Nobel Prize winning International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN), who was a key leader in reaching the 50 ratifications needed for the UN's Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons to enter into force. We also heard wonderful music from Sharleen Leahey, including a new song she wrote especially for the occasion! See full video below. 

 

On November 15, 2020, CFPA held our 41st annual Multifaith Service and Conference for Peace, all online. Thank you to our speakers, everyone who attended, and our organizational co-sponsors (see list below videos). 

The Multifaith Service, held in collaboration with the Princeton University Chapel, was pre-recorded and uploaded to YouTube that day.  It features as preacher the Rev. Dr. Chloe Breyer, the director of the Interfaith Center of NY, along with faith leaders from a diverse range of traditions. See first video below, and click here for worship bulletin.

The Conference took place on Zoom, with our speakers Major Danny Sjursen and Ambassador Bonnie Jenkins. See second video below. 

Co-Sponsors:
American Sikh Council
Baha’is of Princeton
Bayard Rustin Center for Social Justice
Board of Church & Society, Greater NJ Conference, United Methodist Church
Brandywine Peace Community
Bryn Mawr Peace Coalition
Christ Congregation, Princeton
Covenant Presbyterian, Ewing
Fellowship in Prayer
Friends Meeting of New Brunswick
Friends Meeting of Princeton
Grace United Church of Christ, Flemington
Islamic Center of Ewing
Islamic Society of Central Jersey
Lutherans Engaging in Advocacy Ministry
Monmouth Center for World Religions and Ethical Thought
Muslims for Peace
NAACP, Trenton branch
Nakashima Foundation for Peace
Nassau Presbyterian Church, Princeton
National Peace Action
PA Nuclear Ban Alliance
Physicians for Social Responsibility, PA
Presbyterian Church of Lawrenceville
Princeton Clergy Association
Princeton University Chapel
Protestant Community Church of Medford Lakes
Sacred Heart Peace Community, Camden
St. Paul Lutheran Church, East Windsor, NJ
Trenton Friends Meeting
Trinity Cathedral, Trenton
Trinity Church, Princeton
Unitarian Universalist Church at Washington Crossing
Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Princeton
Unitarian Universalists for a Just Economic Community
Westminster Presbyterian Church, Trenton
Witherspoon Street Presbyterian Church, Princeton

 

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Rev. Bob Moore, Executive Director for CFPA, speaking to the crowd
(Photos by Rich Hundley III for Planet Princeton)

Upwards of 150 people gathered on Wednesday, November 5 in Princeton to demand that every general election vote should be counted.  Coalition for Peace Action co-sponsored the rally along with Indivisible Princeton, and Indivisible Cranbury. Attendees wore face masks. This was one of several hundred coordinated rallies held across the country on Wednesday.

Featured speakers were: 

Yeimi Hernandez, a “Dreamer” immigrant to the US
Princeton Mayor Liz Lempert
Dena Mottola Jaborska, NJ Citizen Action
The Rev. Lukata Mjumbe, Pastor of Witherspoon Street Presbyterian Church
The Rev. Robert Moore, Coalition for Peace Action Executive Director
Jeff Tittel, Director of the NJ Sierra Club
Sean Wilenz, Professor of History, Princeton University

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