February 2019

2019 has seen us welcoming a new Congress and looking closely at our advocacy priorities for the year. We are excited about all the opportunities in front of us! Don't forget to register for our upcoming Advocacy Summits, including our March CMEP1835 Summit: Reclaiming Our Voices and our annual Summit in June: Persistent Hope.
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Reclaiming Our Voices Advocacy Summit

Events | Upcoming & Recent

CMEP1835 Advocacy Summit: Reclaiming Our Voices

March 9-11, 2019 If you are between the ages of 18 and 35, join us at Reclaiming Our Voices! Learn to effectively frame your personal story and recognize the power of your voice in advocacy work related to the Middle East.

Pilgrimage to Peace Tour

Spring 2019 Pilgrimage to Peace (P2P) Tour

CMEP's Spring Pilgrimage to Peace Tour will travel to Southern California, Wisconsin, and the Washington, D.C. area between March 26-April 2nd.  If you are signed up for our event announcements and we have your address on file, we'll send you emails letting you know about events in your area! 

Persistent Hope Advocacy Summit

2019 Advocacy Summit: Persistent Hope: 35 Years of CMEP

In 2019, Churches for Middle East Peace (CMEP) celebrates our 35th anniversary of encouraging US policies that actively promote a comprehensive resolution to conflicts in the Middle East. Join us June 23-25, 2019 in Washington, D.C., as we honor the occasion and look to the future.

Filming CMEP Video

We're excited to announce that CMEP is getting a video! This video will allow us to tell our story in a digestible format and showcase the journey to peace and justice in the Middle East.


Prayers for Peace (P4P) | Stories from the Blog

Pilgrimage to Peace Tour

Advent 2018 Devotional Series

For Advent, we produced a series of devotionals focused on Take Courage, our Advent theme. You can read the whole series on our blog or download a PDF here.

Members of Congress at CMEP's Reception

We had a great turn out for our January Congressional Welcome Reception. We were thrilled to be joined by four members of Congress, Rep. Sean Casten, Rep. Rashida Tlaib, Rep. David Price, and Rep. Sharice Davids, and to hear about their commitment to peace and justice at home and in the Middle East. Special thanks to Arab American Institute and Friends Committee on National Legislation for co-hosting with us.


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