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Christian Peacemaker Teams, Chicago, Illinois

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Address: P.O. Box 6508
Chicago, Illinois  60680  
United States
Number of Volunteers Serving Nationally: 100
Number of Volunteers Serving Internationally: 60
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Mission Statement


"Christian Peacemaker Teams (CPT) offers an organized, nonviolent alternative to war and other forms of lethal inter-group conflict. CPT provides organizational support to persons committed to faith-based nonviolent alternatives in situations where lethal conflict is an immediate reality or is supported by public policy. CPT seeks to enlist the response of the whole church in conscientious objection to war, and in the development of nonviolent institutions, skills and training for intervention in conflict situations. CPT projects connect intimately with the spiritual lives of constituent congregations. Gifts of prayer, money and time from these churches undergird CPTÂ’s peacemaking ministries." "We believe that the mandate to proclaim the Gospel of repentance, salvation and reconciliation includes a strengthened Biblical peace witness. "We believe that faithfulness to what Jesus taught and modeled calls us to more active peacemaking. "We believe that a renewed commitment to the Gospel of Peace calls us to new forms of public witness which may include nonviolent direct action." - CPT founding conference: Techny, Illinois, December 1986

Mission Statement: "Christian Peacemaker Teams (CPT) offers an organized, nonviolent alternative to war and other forms of lethal inter-group conflict. CPT provides organizational support to persons committed to faith-based nonviolent alternatives in situations where lethal conflict is an immediate reality or is supported by public policy. CPT seeks to enlist the response of the whole church in conscientious objection to war, and in the development of nonviolent institutions, skills and training for intervention in conflict situations. CPT projects connect intimately with the spiritual lives of constituent congregations. Gifts of prayer, money and time from these churches undergird CPTÂ’s peacemaking ministries." "We believe that the mandate to proclaim the Gospel of repentance, salvation and reconciliation includes a strengthened Biblical peace witness. "We believe that faithfulness to what Jesus taught and modeled calls us to more active peacemaking. "We believe that a renewed commitment to the Gospel of Peace calls us to new forms of public witness which may include nonviolent direct action." - CPT founding conference: Techny, Illinois, December 1986

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