Mennonite Church USA has named Lorraine Stutzman Amstutz as denominational minister for peace and justice, starting May 23.
Mennonites Against Militarism — a collaboration of Mennonite Central Committee U.S. and Mennonite Church USA — is planning an initiative to counter military recruitment of U.S. youth.
War-Tax resisters from the Harrisonburg, Va., area gathered April 16 to publicly donate $2,370 to organizations working for peace and to meet human needs.
The University of Hamburg department of peace church theology hosted “Creating Peace Without Weapons? There Is No Way to Peace Along the Way of Security” April 29 in Hamburg, Germany.
While Anabaptist theological education is offered around the world, it is largely absent from French-language theological programs. Le Centre de Formation à la Justice et à la Paix (CFJP, Justice and Peace Training Center) is changing that.
Mass shootings are a reality in the United States. There were 610 mass shootings in 2020, defined as when four or more people have been shot or killed, not including the shooter.
Mennonite Mission Network has launched Stir Up Peace, a nine-episode educational video series on how nonviolent direct action can create change.
About 50 people were sentenced to death Jan. 29 in the Democratic Republic of Congo in connection to the 2017 murders of United Nations investigators Michael J. Sharp and Zaida Catalán.