Today the nation marks the end of the fighting in Europe. As a Fellowship we know it will remind us all of many different memories, stories and thoughts.
Our Chair, Richard Bickle, released the following… More >
Rev Christopher Collins, Trustee of the Fellowship of Reconciliation, shares his thoughts, dis-ease, and prayers for VE Day 75
If I’m honest, the upcoming VE Day commemorations had largely slipped me by, buried under Covid-19… More >
The Network of Christian Peace Organisations brings many different Peace Groups togehter
António Guterres, Secretary-General of the UN, called for a global ceasefire in light of the coronavirus, saying: The fury of the virus illustrates the… More >
The URC Peace Fellowship has announced that its work is to
continue as part of the ecumenical charity, the Fellowship of Reconciliation.
The Peace Fellowship was set up in
1999 to raise the profile of… More >
This year the Fellowship is taking time to reflect back and to look forward. We’re exploring where our story has taken us and considering where we could go next. This time of reflection intends to… More >
We asked Rev Dr Inderjit Bhogal, FoR Member and President of the Methodist Peace Fellowship, to share a prayer for use in this time of change:
Feel free to use and share his words:_____________________________________________________
PRAYER… More >
We invited Reverend Dr Barbara Glasson, President of the Methodist Conference, to reflect on what the Covenant of Peace could mean today:
Rev Dr Glasson speaks with David at the Tent of Nations (c) TMCP… More >
Richard Bickle, Chair of the Fellowship of Reconciliation, said there was a need for accountability and an investment in peace if elements of today’s Queens Speech are to be met.
“The Fellowship shares… More >
The Fellowship of Reconciliation welcomed Stephen Cottrell’s appointment as the new Archbishop of York (17 Dec 2019). In particular, it welcomed the appointment of someone with a history of speaking up for peace and defending… More >