Washington, D.C. - June 23, 2022

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Churches for Middle East Peace (CMEP) Announces New Board Member Organization

Churches for Middle East Peace (CMEP) is pleased to announce the addition of Community of Christ (CoC) as CMEP's newest member communion.

Community of Christ is an international faith movement with 250,000 members in more than 60 nations. They celebrate their diversity and nurture welcoming, inclusive communities and seek genuine, vulnerable connections with one another and God. They develop and equip people of all ages to generously share the peace of Jesus Christ and to courageously pursue justice. Community of Christ offers a community where you can belong, be valued and loved, deepen your spirituality, and discover a purpose that can change lives and communities. Community of Christ is represented by Steve Kellogg. Steve Kellogg is a member of the Community of Christ Peace and Justice Team.

“Community of Christ looks forward to partnering with fellow Christians and peacemakers promoting peace and justice for all in the Middle East,” said Mr. Kellogg.

CMEP is grateful to welcome our newest member organization and looks forward to increased opportunities to work constructively toward Middle East peace with Community of Christ, Mr. Kellogg, and our other member communions. 

A complete list of Board Members can be found on the CMEP website


Formed in 1984, Churches for Middle East Peace (CMEP) is a coalition of more than 30 national church communions and organizations, including Catholic, Orthodox, Protestant, and Evangelical traditions that works to encourage US policies that actively promote a comprehensive resolution to conflicts in the Middle East with a focus on the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict. CMEP works to mobilize US Christians to embrace a holistic perspective and to be advocates of equality, human rights, security, and justice for Israelis, Palestinians, and all people of the Middle East.

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